November 07, 2008 12:00 AM
The raising of asparagus is becoming a valuable off-season crop in the Yakima valley. It first started about 10 years ago on several hundred acres. The returns now gross an average of $200 an acre.
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Tri-City Adventist School in Pasco prepares for an earthquake by taking part in the Great Washington Shake Out.
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