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Maryhill offers tango

Maryhill Museum will offer tango lessons for a fee during a series of 6 p.m. parties beginning Saturday.

Rhett to play state fair

Country music singer Thomas Rhett has been added to the lineup of the Washington State Fair.

CBC Jazz tonight

It’s Jazz Night at Columbia Basin College.

Shakespeare coming

Seattle Shakespeare Co. will perform a “The Taming of the Shrew” at Heritage University at 6:30 p.m. March 29 in Smith Family Hall on the university campus, 3240 Fort Road.

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Yakama Nation art show kicks off

Spilyay-Mi set for Saturday and Sunday

Art will take center stage this weekend at the 53rd annual Spilyay-Mi Native American and Western Art Show.

Town hall planned

Three state legislators will have a telephone town hall with constituents later this month.

Latino film series opens Tuesday in Yakima

‘Hands of Stone’ first flick to air

Cinema Latino: 2017 Latino Film Series kicks off Tuesday at Capitol Theatre, 19 S. Third St.

Two apply for board post

The district will have a choice when it comes to filling a vacant seat on the School Board.

Meeting canceled

The city’s Parks and Recreation Commission canceled its meeting scheduled for yesterday due to lack of a quorum.

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Society offers scholarship

The Washington State Grape Society is accepting applications for a scholarship to those engaged in a field of study relating to the growing and processing of grapes.

Registration under way

It’s time to start getting students registered for kindergarten.

IRS seeks volunteers

The Internal Revenue Service is seeking volunteers to serve on the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel.

Chess club is Monday

The local library, 621 Grant Ave., will host the after-school chess club.

Nature camp planned

The Yakima Area Arboretum is accepting reservations for a two-month nature day camp.

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Grandview teenager offers to interpret as senior project

Magdeli Quiroz sees a future career as an interpreter

Grandview High School senior Magdeli Quiroz knows first-hand the stress it can cause when a doctor and a parent can’t communicate with each other.

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State monitoring dam inventory, conditions

Officials track Washington’s 1,189 dams

After the Oroville Dam crisis last month forced nearly 200,000 people to evacuate their California homes, Washingtonians may wonder if the dams that surround them are in danger of failing.

Team mom nominations sought after

The website that has partnered with Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association to track high school athletic team statistics is seeking nominations for its team mom award.

Inslee declares emergency

Benton, Klickitat counties in proclamation

Two counties in the Lower Yakima Valley could be in line for assistance after an emergency declaration.