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Pastor Alex Rule prays during the Central Washington Walk-for-life event at the Grace of Christ Church in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, January 16, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Pastor Alex Rule prays during the Central Washington Walk-for-life event at the Grace of Christ Church in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, January 16, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Victoria Jimenez holds up a sign of Martin Luther King, Jr. during the 6th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. peace march on West 1st Avenue in Toppenish, Wash., Monday, January 18, 2016. "I came out to support everything and everyone involved," said Jimenez. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Victoria Jimenez holds up a sign of Martin Luther King, Jr. during the 6th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. peace march on West 1st Avenue in Toppenish, Wash., Monday, January 18, 2016. “I came out to support everything and everyone involved,” said Jimenez. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Alexandra Carrasco, top center, and other participants search for rings in a huge cake during Central Washington Bridal Show's annual cake dive at the Yakima Convention Center in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, January 9, 2016.  (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Alexandra Carrasco, top center, and other participants search for rings in a huge cake during Central Washington Bridal Show’s annual cake dive at the Yakima Convention Center in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, January 9, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Joel Callixtro prunes apple trees at Jumping Horse orchard in west valley Yakima, Wash., Thursday, January 28, 2016. The Yakima valley is in the midst of pruning as the season will end around March. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Joel Callixtro prunes apple trees at Jumping Horse orchard in west valley Yakima, Wash., Thursday, January 28, 2016. The Yakima valley is in the midst of pruning as the season will end around March. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Jené Pleger sits with her dogs, Cora, left, and Wiley, right, at their home in Yakima, Wash., Friday, January 8, 2015. Cora, a 1-year-old mastiff mix, was rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Jené Pleger sits with her dogs, Cora, left, and Wiley, right, at their home in Yakima, Wash., Friday, January 8, 2015. Cora, a 1-year-old mastiff mix, was rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Destiny Knutson snakes during the Sunday afternoon skate session at Skateland Fun Center in Yakima, Wash., Sunday, January 10, 2016.  Skateland Fun Center is open 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sundays for the public and private parties. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Destiny Knutson snakes during the Sunday afternoon skate session at Skateland Fun Center in Yakima, Wash., Sunday, January 10, 2016. Skateland Fun Center is open 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sundays for the public and private parties. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Curator of Exhibitions Mike Siebol poses for a photo at the Yakima Valley Museum at in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, Jan. 7, 2015. Siebol has been working at the Yakima Valley Museum since 2001. The museum has 10 storage rooms full of different artifacts that are currently not on display. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Curator of Exhibitions Mike Siebol poses for a photo at the Yakima Valley Museum at in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, Jan. 7, 2015. Siebol has been working at the Yakima Valley Museum since 2001. The museum has 10 storage rooms full of different artifacts that are currently not on display. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Third grade teacher Ashley Sybouts receives a kiss from an Argentine black and white tegu lizard during an assembly at Harriet Thompson elementary school in Grandview, Wash., Monday, January 25, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Third grade teacher Ashley Sybouts receives a kiss from an Argentine black and white tegu lizard during an assembly at Harriet Thompson elementary school in Grandview, Wash., Monday, January 25, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Dave Coledurn, of Predators of the Heart, walks his Northern grey wolf, Kakoa, outside of Harriet Thompson elementary school after a presentation in Grandview, Wash., Monday, January 25, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Dave Coledurn, of Predators of the Heart, walks his Northern grey wolf, Kakoa, outside of Harriet Thompson elementary school after a presentation in Grandview, Wash., Monday, January 25, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
A northern grey takes a break after an assembly at Harriet Thompson elementary school in Grandview, Wash., Monday, January 25, 2016. The presentation exhibited over 20 reptiles and animals from around the world. Predators of the Heart wildlife exhibit and reptile show will have another presentation Tuesday, January 26, at 6:30 p.m. in the McClure Elementary School Gym open to the public. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
A northern grey takes a break after an assembly at Harriet Thompson elementary school in Grandview, Wash., Monday, January 25, 2016. The presentation exhibited over 20 reptiles and animals from around the world. Predators of the Heart wildlife exhibit and reptile show will have another presentation Tuesday, January 26, at 6:30 p.m. in the McClure Elementary School Gym open to the public. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Bev Mitchell feeds a stray dog at the gas station on the corner of Lateral A Road and West Wapato Road in Wapato, Wash., Monday, January 4, 2016. "Life expectancy of dogs in this area is less than two years,” said Mitchell. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Bev Mitchell feeds a stray dog at the gas station on the corner of Lateral A Road and West Wapato Road in Wapato, Wash., Monday, January 4, 2016. “Life expectancy of dogs in this area is less than two years,” said Mitchell. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Boys play with balloons and paper horns before the Central Washington Walk-for-life event at the Grace of Christ Church in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, January 16, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Boys play with balloons and paper horns before the Central Washington Walk-for-life event at the Grace of Christ Church in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, January 16, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
The Eaton family and friends herd cattle northbound toward Mt. Baldy Ranch in the Yakima River Canyon near Selah, Wash., Saturday, January 30, 2016. The cattle drive is an annual tradition for the Eaton family. "It's really a way of life for us. It's something that just in your soul. You feel more at home horseback than doing anything else," said Ken Eaton. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
The Eaton family and friends herd cattle northbound toward Mt. Baldy Ranch in the Yakima River Canyon near Selah, Wash., Saturday, January 30, 2016. The cattle drive is an annual tradition for the Eaton family. “It’s really a way of life for us. It’s something that just in your soul. You feel more at home horseback than doing anything else,” said Ken Eaton. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Beneitta Eaton feeds cattle to keep them from straying off the road during a cattle drive in the Yakima River Canyon near Selah, Wash., Saturday, January 30, 2016.  Beneitta has been participating in her family's cattle drive for decades. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Beneitta Eaton feeds cattle to keep them from straying off the road during a cattle drive in the Yakima River Canyon near Selah, Wash., Saturday, January 30, 2016. Beneitta has been participating in her family’s cattle drive for decades. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the annual Eaton family cattle drive in the Yakima River Canyon near Selah, Wash., Saturday, January 30, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the annual Eaton family cattle drive in the Yakima River Canyon near Selah, Wash., Saturday, January 30, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)

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