November 19, 2014
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Yakima Valley Hearing & Speech Center offers new screening for children

Yakima Children who have difficulties with understanding speech with background noise, who are struggling in school or have difficulty hearing on the phone could have something called (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder (C)APD.
The Yakima Valley Hearing & Speech Center (YVHSC)'s new audiologist and speech language pathologist, Dr. Geeta Sawh, will be offering screenings for children who could be struggling with this issue. As a certified audiologist and speech language pathologist, one of Dr. Sawh's areas of focus is diagnosing and treating children, ages 6 and older, with (C)APD.
By Helen Carrell
Monday it was pool playing and in the evening it was time for this tai ji quan action.
Veterans Day
- It was quiet at the Center on Tuesday. It was a day to honor all Veterans.
Wednesday morning Mat and Ed called Fun Bingo for 30 players to enjoy the numbers game. Jean C. won the raffle prize a ceramic church. Henry won the pumpkin cupcakes and Jean A. won a large floral arrangement. Tai Chi in the evening.
Thursday, November 20 - Breaded Chicken Sandwich, Clam Chowder, Red & Green Slaw, Fresh Apple Slices
Friday, November 21 -
Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Italian Blend Vegetables, Wheat Dinner Roll, Ice Cream
Monday, November 24 -
BBQ Chicken, Parsley Potatoes, Lima Beans, Wheat Bread, Carrot Cake
Tuesday, November 25 -
Cod w/ Italian Crumb Topping, Brown Rice Pilaf, Dilled Baby Carrots, Wheat Bread, Lemon Bar
Wednesday, November 26 - Roast Turkey w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Stuffing & Cranberry Sauce, Green Beans, Pumpkin Bar
Stolen vehicle and reckless endangerment

On Nov. 16, at about 9 p.m., Benton County deputies and officers from the Prosser Police Department responded to the area of W. Byron Road on a report of a shooting incident.  Deputies contacted a 30 year old male, who stated he had located his friend's vehicle being driven in the City of Prosser, which had been previously reported stolen to the Prosser Police Department.
This had started in the Prosser City limits and traveled into Benton County. The male reported that while following the stolen vehicle, both vehicles had collided with each other and it was also learned that the male had fired several shots at the stolen vehicle.