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Yakima and Olympia are under a heat advisory, which also stretches through Oregon’s Willamette Valley, including Portland.Pacific Northwest in the grips of another heat wave amid worsening drought|Matthew Cappucci, Jason Samenow|July 30, 2021|Washington Post
This rack from Yakima withstood the roughest roads and made it easy to quickly and securely pack up my bike without having to take off the wheels.These Gear Hacks Got Me Through a 30,000-Mile Road Trip|agintzler|July 27, 2021|Outside Online
Yakima, an agricultural hub surrounded by orchards amid dry hills, has been hit hard by both the pandemic and the subsequent economic collapse.Coronavirus Means School Food Is Free. What If It Stayed That Way?|Tracy Moran|November 23, 2020|Ozy
The team can’t yet pinpoint which component of terroir causes the spike in hexyl glucoside at the Yakima site.How does a crop’s environment shape a food’s smell and taste?|Carolyn Beans|September 10, 2020|Science News
Andrew Will Winery (Chris Camarda, winemaker) in Yakima Valley--especially the “Two Blondes.”Taste Off: Super Bowl State Wines From Colorado and Washington|Jordan Salcito|February 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mr. Bergevin cut the ties for this road and drove them down the Yakima river.
He cultivated that place for three years and then took up a homestead in what was Yakima county, now Benton county.
In 1900, seeking the broader opportunities of the west, he made his way to the Yakima country and there remained for twelve years.
And you did not go to Yakima and come back to Seattle to fight for free speech because you were compelled to do so?
They counted on North Yakima and Wenatchee to show violence and arson, and they failed most miserably.