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By Lance Tormey at Newstalk KIT The owner of Yakima’s Picatti Brothers says they’re open for business despite a big fire that caused a $1 million in damage on Sunday. Read More: Despite Big Fire Picatti Brothers Open For Business | https://newstalkkit.com/despite-big-fire-picatti-brothers-open-for-business/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral

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From Yakima Herald-Republic Officials are investigating a fire that caused an estimated $1 million in damage to Picatti Bros. in Yakima early Sunday morning. Read More. Note from Doug Picatti: “We’re in business! The phones are being answered. We have moved our offices to the Well and Pump building on the corner of Third and Walnut.…

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By Kaitlin Knapp at YakTriNews.com YAKIMA, Wash. – A building owned by the Picatti Brothers in Yakima suffered a $1 million loss after a fire broke out. Read More Note from Doug Picatti: “We’re in business! The phones are being answered. We have moved our offices to the Well and Pump building on the corner of Third…

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Historic Neon Sign Returns to Downtown Yakima The Yakima Police Department, a parade of vintage vehicles, and local Boy Scouts assembled to commemorate this historic event in November. The large neon sign, which was installed in 1948 but replaced with a more contemporary sign in the 1970s, is well known by the Yakima community. The…

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Most history credits Grand Coulee Dam with being the first hydroelectric generation facility on the Columbia River. However, many people do not know that Hanford Irrigation Company purchased a hydroelectric turbine from Picatti Brothers, which was installed at Priest Rapids, WA and became operational in 1934. Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company (now Siemens Electric) manufactured the turbine/generator…

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