SEATTLE, March 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Treehouse partners with youth in foster care throughout Washington state, providing access to childhood experiences and critical resources as they plan for their futures.
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I’m fortunate to call Yakima my home. Situated in the heart of Washington and known for its rolling hills, gorgeous landscapes, and rich agricultural soil. After more than 50 years of living, working, and raising a family here – I’ve also witnessed the challenges that come with living in rural Washington, especially for disadvantaged groups that are more vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.
When our state moved into Phase 2 of Governor Inslee’s latest iteration of a reopening plan, it signaled a well-deserved step forward for our region. Following guidelines under the leadership of local health districts and elected officials, we worked together to reduce our hospitalization rates, prevent the spread of the virus, and lower the number of cases in our regions. We earned our way into Phase 2.
After nearly a year of remote Zoom meetings due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Sunnyside School District School Board held its first in-person meeting before 10 community audience members at SHS gym Monday night.
We trust our local government officials to fiercely represent the strength of diversity that is Yakima County while upholding community values its residents have voiced to be of upmost concern — protecting the quality of life which has been cultivated by generations of hardworking families throughout the lower valley.
SUNNYSIDE — Sunnyside School District Board of Director Dylan Gardner turned in his resignation on Nov. 17 and the school board is now accepting applications for Position No. 5 until Jan. 8, 2021, leaving the current board at four members.
SUNNYSIDE — For at least the next four weeks, residents of the lower valley, regardless of health insurance or immigration status, can now be …
YAKIMA — The COVID-19 Grinch was no match for the joyful spirit which transformed the State Fair Park and fairgrounds into a drive-thru Holiday Light Fest as more than 1,000 vehicles navigated the nearly 20 miles of colorful bulbs and 12 lively scenes on Saturday night, Nov. 28.