The three ladies that founded I Heart Yakima were able to produce this viral video about why the Yakima Valley is so great. They enlisted the support of some great underwriters and a fun cast of characters. I even have a small part in the video. The YouTube account says this about the video
Thanks to Vance Heating and Air Conditioning Trisha McCray is going to the Seahawks playoff game tomorrow at Century Link Field. She also picked up a $100 Seahawks gift card and $50 in gas. Congratulations Trisha on being the Yakima Valley's most voted for 12th man! Enjoy the game and let's go BEAST MODE on those Saints and repeat the Monday night game. SEA-HAWKS!
We truly are living in historical times. I never would have thought that I would have a hand in deciding how the City of Yakima handles the implementation of the new marijuana law. The State has a long list of rules and process that will be in place by the end of the year.
Today I had the opportunity to tour the new Eisenhower High School. Superintendent Dr. Elaine Beraza led our group around the giant structure which is expected to open for school in a little under two weeks.
Parking Meters and other ideas to help curb panhandling are working their way to the Yakima City Council. A total of 12 'giving meters' are suggested as a pilot program, to be installed in downtown Yakima. The goal is to reduce panhandling. People can put money into these meters, and it will go directly toward organizations that provide services to the homeless population. The proposal goes through the Public Safety Committee on Friday.
This past week at the Yakima City Council meeting, Sara Bristol brought up the idea of banning smoking in city parks. It's an interesting proposition and one I think most families would agree with. Other cities around the country have enacted similar bans. So as we wait for this issue to come back to the city council, what do you think?
Hired on February 4, 2010, Mondray Gee enters his 13th year in the NFL, spending the first seven in Detroit and two in Green Bay’s weight room. Recommended to coach Carroll by GM John Schneider, who also worked in Green Bay before joining Seattle.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson stopped by this morning on his visit to Yakima to introduce himself after 4 months on the job as AG. Attorney General Ferguson is the top lawyer in WA state and oversees an office of 1000 employees. We talked to AG Ferguson about a number of subjects and found out
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