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SUNNYSIDE — After the city lost 48 trees to an insect infestation along the Yakima Valley Pathway, residents have been encouraged to check the trees and swimming pools in their yards for harmful bugs.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Ninth annual Sort 4 the Cause drew 612 two-man ranch sorting teams over the course of the three-day event and raised a total of $72,000 to benefit three Lower Yakima Valley charities on June 14-16 at Specks Arena.

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Driving through White Pass, sun was up, snow was out, and the roads were clear last Thursday.

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The Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency has issued a Stage 1 burn ban due to weather conditions that will be contributing to a build-up of air pollutants for 9:30 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 10, in all of Yakima County, until further notice.

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A mushroom extract fed to honey bees greatly reduces virus levels, according to a new paper from Washington State University scientists,

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Seventh-graders from Granger Middle School finished off a year of hands-on study of salmon and their life cycle by releasing fingerlings they hatched and raised into the Yakima River yesterday, May 9.

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Granger Junior High School seventh graders will converge on a lower Yakima River farm Wednesday, May 9, to learn about the importance of salmon in the Yakima River system.

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Yakama Nation Fisheries, in collaboration with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and University of Idaho, released 32 Pacific lamprey into the Yakima River on Saturday, April 21. Gathered on the bank of the river adjacent to Wine Country Road, a group of about 30 people learned about the life cycle, adult passage and tribal culture surrounding Pacific lamprey.

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