Yakima Urology Associates, which provides adult and pediatric urology care, is aligning with Memorial Family of Services through a service agreement aimed at streamlining patient care and supporting the long-term availability of urology services in the Yakima Valley.
A lifelong love of animals led Granger native Brandon DeVries to seek a career in veterinary medicine.
PROSSER – The next Christian Women’s Connection meeting at the Barn Restaurant in Prosser is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 18.
GRANDVIEW – The Grandview School Board at its most recent meeting approved resignations from three staff members.
UNION GAP – Canning and food preservation clinics are being offered in Union Gap twice this month.
GRANDVIEW – City of Grandview officials recently presented the following beautification awards for the month of August.
YAKIMA – The Memorial Family of Services Board of Trustees voted unanimously last week to move forward with an affiliation with Virginia Mason Health System, subject to completion of a definitive agreement that must then be approved by both the Memorial and Virginia Mason boards.
In response to a letter from Republican legislators seeking to halt state funding for Planned Parenthood, Gov. Jay Inslee has backed the national organization.
UNION GAP – The Yakima Valley Genealogical Society Library at 1901 S. 12th Ave. in Union Gap will host a series of research classes starting next month.
MABTON - The city of Mabton’s wastewater treatment plant recently received the 2014 “Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding Performance Award” from the state’s Department of Ecology.
Sunnyside’s Fraternal Order of Eagles has filled its officer positions for the 2015-16 year.
GRANDVIEW - The Grandview Post of the American Legion has announced its officers for the 2015-16 year.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has confirmed five new cases of West Nile virus in horses
State fishery managers are working to minimize the effects of drought on fish at hatcheries across Washington state.
GRANDVIEW – The Port of Grandview commissioners at a special meeting held last Thursday passed a motion to support FruitSmart’s petition to the city of Grandview.
The Sunnyside High School class of 1975 will be having its 40th class reunion Friday and Saturday, Sept. 25-26.