Side note: If the T-Rex is smart enough to hire a great publicist, it could use all 15 minutes of this newfound infamy to push for being named "the official dinosaur of Washington state". Its arch-enemy, the Suciasaurus Rex, is well on its way to being declared the queen and king of all dinosaurs within our state borders.
While we pride ourselves here at 1460 ESPN Yakima (KUTI) on covering local prep sports (see: 2017 high school football schedule) we are fully aware that we cannot possibly be at every game.
That is why we doff our cap in the direction of longtime valley resident Jeff Place.
Yakima is known for the best agriculture anywhere in the world and if it's not it should be. Here's a small list of towns in the Yakima Valley and what their official food is, unofficially. Unofficial as I'm assigning them, but feel free to give your insight, too...
The Granger High Boys Wrestling squad was named the 2016 'Team Of the Year" by the Yakima Valley Sports Commission at the 15th annual Yakima Valley Sports Awards Luncheon held earlier today at the Yakima Convention Center.
The ceremony honors high school teams, athletes and coaches in over 20 different sports. Winners are voted on by the Sports Department from the Yakima Herald Republic.
The City Of Granger is getting geared up for Saturday's DINO-N-A-DAY event and kids and adults will have a chance to build a dinosaur from scratch!
Granger is known for it's dinosaurs littered throughout the town and now they are adding a Megalosarus to it's collection of over 30 Dinosaurs.
What is that one food that you have tried once and will never, EVER, try again? For me, that food is menudo or "tripe," which is sort of a fancy way to say "chitlins" in Spanish!
I am never trying menudo again! In fact, the only Menudo I like is the one with Ricky Martin in it...