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The Warriors were Yakima's first indoor football team. This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Yakima County, Washington. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties. Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital formerly Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital is a general hospital in Yakima, Washington with 222 licensed beds. It is a. Yakima is an impact crater on Mars. It was named by the IAU in 1976 after the town of Yakima in Washington, United States. Yakima is located east of Mohawk. The Yakima Valley Pippins are a collegiate wood bat baseball team based in Yakima, Washington. They are member of the West Coast League and began play. Yakima, Washington is a city in the United States. Yakima may also refer to: MV Yakima, a ferry based in Washington state Yakima Canutt, American.