A free, interactive garden day for the whole family will be from 9 a.m. until noon June 25, in the garden below the Wine Science Center at Washington State University- Tri-Cities, 359 University Drive.
“The Princess King” is the play being staged at the Children’s Conservatory Theatre’s summer drama camp.
The Monday Morning Movie Matinee series opened this week at Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.
A meeting to determine public interest in having a lower valley Together Church campus is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. July 6 at Snipes Mountain Brewery and Restaurant, 905 Yakima Valley Hwy.
Combining popular characters from the classic Dr. Seuss stories is the foundation for Seussical the Musical.
Munoz Quintero sentenced for murder
A Mabton man who killed the mother of his child will spend more than 32 years in prison.
Chambers review regional approach
With the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce’s closure looming, there may be interest in a regional effort.
Outlook man to serve 33 months
A local man accused of selling drugs from a bus will spend 33 months in prison.
Two local men were among those involved in three different crashes yesterday.
A local man accused of breaking into a home and assaulting two people faces six criminal charges.
Grandview hosting four-day youth camp
It’s been a busy week for the Grandview High School football program, from attending camp to taking part in a tournament to now hosting one of its own.
The 6th Annual Sort 4 The Cause brought more than 700 teams with only eight winners this past weekend.
The 22nd Annual East-West Earl Barden All-Star football classic will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday.
The 59th Annual Yakima County 4-H Equine Training School is June 23-26.
Tasting room opens July 2
Two wineries will share one roof after buying Olsen Estates’ tasting room in April.
The state Liquor and Cannabis Board announced applications and approvals for liquor and cannabis licenses.
Land O’Lakes Inc. is buying Ceres, a grain storage and commodity logistics company, in an all-cash transaction valued at $17.2 million.
Nominations are being sought for the 2016 Governor’s Lifesaving Awards.
Repeated serious safety violations have resulted in a serious workplace injury and a fine for a potato processor in Warden.