Julia Hart

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There’s no business like snow business

Retailers hard-pressed to keep supplies in stock

Snow shovels are flying off the shelves at area stores at breakneck speed, leaving many shoppers empty-handed.

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Volunteers needed to help homeless

Annual survey is Jan. 25-26

The annual Point in Time Homeless survey and the Project Homeless Connect are Jan. 25 and 26 in Yakima and Sunnyside.

Snow cancels, delays MLK assemblies

Peace march set for Monday in Toppenish

Snow days and two-hour delays have left little time to work Martin Luther King Jr. assemblies and observances into schedules.

Nashville music coming to Zillah night spot

The Chophouse, formerly known as The Old Warehouse Restaurant, 703 Railroad Ave. will bring Nashville on Jan. 28 to kick-off the opening of the small town restaurant.

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Snow angels of a different sort

Shovel armed volunteers help each other

With snow piles blocking driveways in many area of the valley, seeing enterprising individuals out in the cold packing shovel is a sight for snow-blinded eyes.

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What to do with a free snow day

With schools being canceled four times during the past two weeks, parents are challenged to find ways to keep children amused.

Ministry seeking more volunteers

Compassion Now serving 500 people

A ministry to serve the poor is finding the need greater than its organizers suspected.

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Stay out of the cold, read a good book

It’s too cold to go outside.

Bring on Detroit

Area '12th Man' ready for Wildcard Weekend

The “Hawk house” will be lit up like Christmas when the Seattle Seahawks and the Detroit Lions face off Saturday in the opening round of NFL playoffs.

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Visit a gallery for inspiration

New shows opening this month

What better way to start off the new year for inspiration than to visit local art galleries?

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