Yakima Memory

Newspaper Clippings

Newspaper Clippings

 

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  • 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.
  • author unknown (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1972)
    Retiring fair manager J. Hugh King is remembered as a dynamic leader and showman.
  • Hinman, Hap (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1973)
    A picture of the grandstand at Central Washington Fair as it appeared"1883.
  • Watson, Halsey R. (Yakima Herald-Republic, 2003)
    A retrospective of the 1913 Washington State Fair that was held"North Yakima, Washington.
  • author unknown (Yakima Sunday Herald, 1955)
    A series of photos illustrating the work done by division superintendents, identifying Mrs. Frank Shields, Mrs. Loyd J Sherry, Mrs. Edgar Asbury, Mrs. Ruth Lamson, Mr. Frank Riches, and Mr. Harold Adams.
  • author unknown (Yakima Herald-Republic,, 4/21/1973)
    New fair manager Greg Stewart announced changes made at the Central Washington Fairgrounds.
  • author unknown (Yakima Herald, 1961)
    A 3-foot model of the N.S. Savannah, the nation's first nuclear-propelled merchant ship, will be but one of several displays of Atoms"Action.
  • author unknown (Yakima Herald-Republic, 1973)
    The Central Washington Fair Association is pressing for tax relief.
  • author unknown (Yakima Sunday Herald, 1955)
    A full page PSA praising the fair with all the optimisim and style of the 1950's.
  • Anonymous (Yakima Herald, 1965-04-11)
    A look at the economic impact of irrigation on the Yakima Valley.
  • Anonymous (Yakima Herald, 1965-04-11)
    Early on irrigation system designers recognized that water diverted for irrigation could also be used to drive power generators. The electricity generated was used to power irrigation pumps. 6 pictures and an irrigation ...
  • Anonymous (Yakima Herald, 1965-04-11)
    A picture tour of the major dams of the Yakima project.
  • Anonymous (Yakima Herald, 1965-05-11)
    A brief history of agriculture in the Yakima Valley.

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