Now that Scott Carmack has been promoted to mayor, the Zillah City Council has the task of filling his former seat on council. Council will interview the three persons who have asked to be appointed at the council meeting today at 6 p.m. at council chambers.
The Grandview boys wrestling team suffered a loss to the Wolves Thursday night.
The Sunnyside Grizzlies girls bowling team has won another match. The team combined yesterday for a 1414-1188 victory over the Davis Pirates.
The regular meetings of the Grandview Committee-of-the-whole and the City Council have been rescheduled. The will be held next Tuesday at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. at council chambers at 207 West Second Avenue in Grandview.
A Special Meeting of the Prosser School District Board of Directors has been called for Friday at 6:30 a.m. at the Prosser High School Library, 1203 Prosser Avenue, Prosser.
Spokane board shot down for considering curriculum
The School District has planned a parent night from 5:15-6:45 p.m on Wednesday Jan. 24 to see a presentation of the sex education curriculum for the middle school designed by Planned Parenthood.
A bill passed yesterday by the Senate Financial Institutions & Insurance Committee would eliminate the fees that credit bureaus charge customers who want to freeze their credit reports to protect their personal information.
Ray Vining asks for four volunteers
Scout master, gardener, museum promoter and access ramp builder, Ray Vining is in a word – busy.
In worst case I-82 traffic to Wapato, Granger
The landslide predicted for Rattlesnake Ridge probably won’t land on Interstate 82, according to Joint Information Center spokesperson Lisa VanClise.
Voting rights legislation proposed by Democratic lawmakers aims to boost election turnout for young and low-income voters and enhance representation in communities often left out of political affairs.
Honors to civil rights leader of last century
Motorists passing Washington Elementary School yesterday morning were encouraged honk their horns.
A far-reaching package of laws aimed at clean water, orca whale protection, and phasing out fish farms in the Salish Sea could come before state legislators this year.
West of the Cascades, urban Democrats are patting themselves on the back for their effort to correct the state Supreme Court’s Hirst decision, which essentially halted rural residents from drilling wells.
I do not know what city of Sunnyside council meeting Managing Editor Ted Escobar attended, but it was not the same one I attended.
Two bills introduced in the state Senate could limit opportunities for bonafide American students from Eastern Washington to attend state universities and colleges.
A new report that drew from Census Bureau and Department of Homeland Security data found that in 2016’s first six months, 1.03 million legal and illegal immigrants arrived in the United States.
Summers first-ever Mabton coach
Prior to the addition of a biology teacher in the mid 1960s, Mabton High School was without a track program or a track.
SCAC leaders end dual, 46-31
A battle between the Spartans and Zillah wrestling teams is always filled with action.
Bill would restore 16-team state playoffs
Sen. Michael Baumgartner, R-Spokane, and Sen. Patty Kuderer, D-Bellevue, yesterday introduced legislation to put the Washington Interscholastic Athletics Association under state oversight.