Ever since I have moved here, I called this place "Jurassic Yakima Valley!" I say this because every animal and insect is bigger than anywhere else I have lived, including Montana! (Although they are all pretty big there too.) The mosquitoes in Yakima are the biggest I have ever seen. They do not really like biting me, but for they sure love nibbling on the rest of my family.
June 14 is flag day. It is to honor Old Glory, our great nation's banner. One hundred years ago, then-President Woodrow Wilson declared June 14 as "Flag Day." This year, flags will be flown at half staff at all federal buildings to remember and honor the men and woman who were killed in last weekend's massacre in Orlando, Fla.
Our armed forces are the reason why we live in a free country -- the great United States of America! We are free, and as long as our armed forces are around, we will always be free. Today (June 14) we celebrate the birth of our beloved United States Army! They are the largest of our armed forces as they serve us on the ground. June 14, 1775, is when the United States Army was formed.
Borrachos Car Club in Toppenish is going to have one amazing classic car and bike show this Saturday (June 11). The car club is really involved with the community, and proceeds from the show will go to the Toppenish Trunk or Treat program.
The greatest legend in the boxing world, Cassius Clay Jr. -- or Muhammad Ali -- passed away in Arizona on June 3 from Parkinson's syndrome. When I was a kid, he was the guy. My brother and I watched the "Widel World of Sports" on Saturdays and they would always show old fights and clips from Ali. So, my brother taught me the coolest song ever! "The Black Superman, Muhammad Ali!"
It’s time to ride again! Yakima Bike Nights, cohosted by 94.5 KATS and 92.9 The Bull, rolls into The Creek Grill & Bar in Moxee tonight (May 31) from 6-9! Join in on the fun and bring your ride. It doesn’t matter what you ride, just come and get in on some serious biker action — metric, sport, street, Harley, Indian or whatever you have. Even if you don’t have a bike, who cares? We want you there. This is a chance for you to hang out with your friends and meet some new ones!
We have freedom. It makes me happy to say that. However, freedom isn't always free. It comes with a price most of the time. Our United States military have fought to keep us free. We honored them on Monday, Memorial Day, at the Tahoma Cemetery. The ceremony did not leave a dry eye in the area. I started crying when the WWII veteran sang the National Anthem. There were lots of people to honor our military there. It made me proud that they came.
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