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Chalk art fest tomorrow

The Uptown Shopping Center, will host the annual Chalk Art Festival from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow at the 1365 George Washington Way parking lot.

Children’s Choir in concert

The famed African Children’s Choir will be in concert at 6 p.m. tomorrow at John Dam Plaza, 1815 George Washington Way.

Park hosting bluegrass music

Enjoy a free park day and a bluegrass music festival this weekend at Sacajawea State Park, 2503 Sacajawea Park Road.

Shakespeare auditions set

Auditions for Valley Theatre Company’s production of “Complete Works of William Shakespeare are set for 6:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Princess Theater, 1228 Meade Ave.

Board to review superintendent

The superintendent’s job performance will be under review Monday during a special School Board meeting.

Water back in service

Irrigation water should again be flowing after a canal break shut down the service Monday night.

Funds set for classrooms

Three Yakima Valley school districts will receive funding to relieve crowded classrooms.

Tribes gather at crash site

Leaders from the Yakama Nation and several other Washington and Oregon tribes gathered at the site of the Union Pacific oil train derailment.

Clinic names vice president

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic has hired a new vice president of managed care.

Dorn calls for school closures

The state’s top educator is calling for drastic action to “force full state funding of education.”

Police ready for end of school

City parks will be open as students are released from local schools tomorrow.

Reclamation names deputy

The region has a new deputy director for the federal Bureau of Reclamation.

Apple growers cleared in case

State apple growers were cleared of wrongdoing yesterday in a decision issued by Mexico’s Ministry of Economy.

Earthquake training begins

An exercise to train for emergency responses during a regional earthquake starts today.

State certifies primary results

State and local election officials yesterday certified the results of the May 24 Presidential Primary.