Yakima Memory

Newspaper Clippings

Newspaper Clippings

 

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  • Anonymous (Wapato Independent, 1942-06-11)
    Wapato residents who were removed from Yakima County communities last week will be relocated to Tule Lake Center in California.
  • McFadden, Stephen (Toppenish Review, 1997-02-19)
    Members of the Wapato Buddhist Temple will host the 36th annual Sukie Dinner. Those in attendance can view a selection of traditional Japanese items.
  • McFadden, Stephen (Review & Independent, 2000-03-01)
    Publicity for the annual Sukiyaki dinner hosted by the Japanese American Community at the Wapato Buddhist Hall.
  • Hilton, Carol (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1977-02-27)
    Yakima County's Japanese community shares cultural traditions, foods, and arts with the broader community with their annual sukiyaki dinner at the Wapato Buddhist Church.
  • Escobar, Ted (Toppenish Review, 1993-03)
    Wapato farmer Tosh Umemoto sees the incarceration of his family at Heart Mountain during WWII as "a thing of the past." He bears no resentment, but he does believe that it shaped the course of his life.
  • Troianello, Craig (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1980-05-09)
    Yakima Valley residents who were incarcerated at Heart Mountain and Camp Minadoka during WWII share what effect that experience has had on themselves and their families. They also discuss a Senate bill (unnamed) offering ...
  • Santos, Jessie (Yakima Herald-Republic, 2000-03-23)
    The annual Filipino Community Dinner fundraiser offers lumpia, pancit, and other popular Filipino dishes to fund scholarships for community youth.
  • Helland, Maurie (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1975-12-07)
    Author Maurie Helland describes what Americans of Japanese descent experienced when the effects of Executive order 9066 forced their removal from the Yakima Valley. Helland tells about what life was like in the internment ...
  • Alexander, Autumn (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1992-02-24)
    Mamoru and Haru Matsumura share what it was like to return to the Yakima Valley after internment at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Leighty, Ann (Wapato Independent, 1986-07-02)
    Reunion of a group of Americans of Japanese descent who experienced the effects of Executive order 9066. They share their memories of hardship during incarceration at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Provenza, Nick (Yakima Herald Republic, 1978-08-22)
    Americans of Japanese descent who experienced the effects of Executive order 9066 share their memories of hardship during incarceration at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Bruscas, Angelo (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1980-11-10)
    Americans of Japanese descent who experienced the effects of Executive order 9066 share their memories of hardship during incarceration at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • Fridlund, Patricia (Grandview Herald, 1986-01-30)
    A newspaper article about Strickland Orchard and fruit packing warehouse.
  • Multiple; Nelson, Wes; Dudley, Brier; Wasson, David; de Leon, Virginia; Hierger, Jennifer; Lester, David; Roeder, Tom; Rose, Joseph (Yakima Herald Republic, 1990-05-20)
    Articles discussing labor dispute that lead to the closure of Boise Cascade Mill.
  • author unknown (Yakima Herald, 1961)
    The mezzanine floor of the Central Washington Fair's agriculture building is to be remodeled for 4-H displays. Grange displays will still be arranged around the perimeter of the main floor.
  • author unknown (Yakima Republic, 1967)
    A photo of the 1904 fair from the Frank Lanterman collection of old photographs.
  • author unknown (Yakima Republic, 1967)
    A photo of the 1904 fair from the Frank Lanterman collection of old photographs.
  • Martin, Molly (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1970)
    Unlikely competitors win blue ribbons"baking and home arts at the fair.
  • Churchill, Sam (Yakima Republic, 1967)
    Dedicated people, planning and plenty of work have made the Central Washington Fair one of only two fairs"Washington State that are both solvent and successful.
  • author unknown (Central Washington Fair Association, 1950)
    1950 Schedule of events and displays at the fairgrounds. This 96 page booklet"cludes advertisments that feature local sponsors and service providers.

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