Love is in the air and with Valentine's Day coming up you may be ready to pop what could be the most important question of your life. From romantic to unique, here are five places in Yakima that you can propose to your sweetie.
Well, it's tax season and it's about that time to get your refund. Some people have to pay on their taxes. Those people usually wait until the last second, but there are several of us, myself included, who get back a few bucks from several different kinds of tax credits including having children. It's hard
One of the main reasons people watch the Super Bowl isn't necessarily for the football game, itself. It's for the commercials. These companies spend millions of dollars on making sure their product is in the face of the millions of people watching the game. Unfortuna
As you wake up with a fresh blanket of snow on the ground, eating your Lucky Charms, hovering over your radio or frantically checking your Facebook for updates on whether or not your school is closed, you hear the news that makes your kids as giddy as your white trash uncle winning on a scratch ticket. “
I love the Central Washington State Fair. The food, the concerts, the people watching – everything about it makes me look forward to it each year. Over the years of attending, I always have those thoughts of “Oh, I wish I would've done brought this” or “I forgot to do this.” Here's a quick survival guide fo
Yakima is known for several things. We're known for our apples, we're known for having 4 distinct seasons, we're known for our agriculture and so much more. There are a few facts about Yakima that you may or may not have known. Here are a fe
Driving around Yakima you'll see some pretty unique buildings that have been around for a long time. Maybe it's why they've been in business for so long, because of the unique architecture of these businesses. Here is a lis
Growing up in Yakima, we've had plenty of iconic signs around town. Local businesses that use them for their store, but they become landmarks around town as time goes on. Many of them update their signs, many classic signs have migrated to the Yakima Valley Museum but there are plenty that are still up and running on the busy streets of town. Here a
Around 7pm on Monday, July 18th, Yakima experienced a rainbow. One of the more vivid rainbows in recent history. In fact, depending on where you were viewing the rainbow you could see a double rainbow. Facebook posts were filled with people’s vantage points of the rainbow. Here are a few pictures from Yakima.
It's summer, the kids are itchin' to go outside and have some fun, you're all out of new video games to play and dvds to watch, your air conditioning unit is broken – it's time to take it outside, but what to do? Where to go? As much of a couch potato as I am, even I agree that we all need a little more vitamin D in our system so here are a few activities you can do outside, especially when you're on a budget.
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