Thousands of flags at Chesterley Park symbolize each person in Yakima Coutny with COVID-19. Red flags for those diagnosed, black flags for those who died from the virus.
Author: John Fannin
A bright mural now decorates the entire side of a building in the 100 block of South 4th Street in Downtown Yakima.
The Yakima School District (YSD) Class of 2020 is celebrated in this aerial photo provided by Clem See of YSD. Graduates from around the area are also being honored with special programming on Yakima Community Television (YCTV), Charter Spectrum Channel 192. YCTV is airing special videos several local schools created for their graduates. Click https://videos.yakimawa.gov/CablecastPublicSite/schedule … Continued
In observance of Memorial Day on Monday, May 25th, the City of Yakima’s Tahoma Cemetery offers solemn reminders about the meaning of the national holiday.
Yakima Police Officer Hailie Myers stands guard in front of the fallen officers memorial on Wednesday, May 13th, during a ceremony to observe Peace Officers Memorial Day. The observance included raising and lowering a flag to half-staff, posting a memorial wreath and displaying names of the 146 law enforcement officers and 25 K9 officers lost … Continued
City of Yakima’s Fisher Park Golf Course opened May 5th after statewide stay-at-home orders were amended to allow some outdoor activities. Visit https://yakimaparks.com/ for information about signing up for tee times online and precautions that are in place due to COVID-19
Expansion underway at the Yakima Convention Center shows some of the facility’s previous construction. When complete, the project will add 18,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
Trees cast shadows across the sparkling dew on a crisp Yakima morning at Randall Park.
Orchard fans try to keep temps above freezing to help save these fragile fruit flowers in Yakima.
The hills of the Yakima Ridge catch the first rays of morning sunlight in the Yakima Valley