Camp Hope, Yakima's homeless encampment that was established in 2017, are asking for your donations to help keep those that are already suffering enough a bit more comfortable during this wickedly hot summer.
With the temperatures in the Yakima Valley forecast to be well into the triple digits for the next couple of weeks (can you say 111 degrees?!?!), it is imperative that you keep yourself, pets and elderly family, friends and neighbors safe from the upcoming heatwave.
The folks at Pacific Power have released some interesting tips that you might not be aware of.
Memorial Day is, obviously, today, but, more importantly, it's about remembering those who served. Some are no longer with us.
I'd like to share a couple of men whom I will especially be thinking of. In fact, they are the men that put the "E" in Todd E. Lyons.
There's a saying in baseball that goes, and I paraphrase, "If you didn't get your uniform dirty, you didn't play." That's great when it comes to instilling in a young player the notion of always hustling on the field but SUCKS when it comes to having to launder that same outfit! Now, through much trial and error, I believe we have finally found the recipe for the "secret sauce" to get them sparkling white again!
Yakima's Union Gospel Mission (located at 1300 North First Street) is in desperate need of cash donations to continue to help feed, clothe and shelter the homeless here in town. With the Easter holiday rapidly approaching, the charitable sanctuary sent out a heartfelt plea.
An online petition has been created and is looking to collect 15,000 electronic "signatures" to present to the Washington Interscholastic Athletics Association to allow for more people to attend games, matches and events.