11 27 2015
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Woodlawn Elementary School students William Parker, left, and Shalaya Coleman, both 11, show off the photographs they took as part of the I Have a Dream Foundation's Class Nine program.

Mike Hanson, left, Patty Earley and Suzy Day take a breather in the midst of preparing their new bar and restaurant — The Florida Room, located next to The Skanner's offices on North Killingsworth St. — for its opening in June.

Wages, benefits, working conditions to improve for foreign 'guests'

YAKIMA—The United Farm Workers of America and one of the nation's largest labor recruiters have reached an unprecedented agreement to improve wages, benefits and working conditions for guest workers brought to the United States for farm work.

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