Motorists will likely encounter delays this week in some areas of Central Washington due to road construction.
Candidates share views after testimony
Candidates were brought face to face with autism and developmental disorders during a town hall meeting Tuesday.
Suspect entered via unlocked window
A local man is credited with interrupting a burglary in progress.
Art of nearly every variety will be featured during the Washington State University-Tri-Cities’ Night with the Arts program from 5-8 p.m., Oct. 28, in the 271 Crimson Way campus.
The popular “Washington vs. the World” class returns Saturday at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center, 2140 Wine County Road.
The Gallery at the Park, 89 Lee Blvd., will host three Northwest artists through Oct. 28.
“Why drive all the way to Seattle when world class entertainment is only a 40-minute drive away?”
Local injured during attack
A Kennewick man was scheduled for a preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday after he was twice charged with assault.
Record set for registered voters
Voters are registering in record numbers throughout the Lower Yakima Valley.
Yolanda Milanez steadies her scarecrow creation at Webb’s Realty and Associates.
Education, local groundwater issue discussed
Gov. Jay Inslee and challenger Bill Bryant squared off Wednesday night in the final gubernatorial debate for the Nov. 8 general election.
It’s Halloween time
This year’s Halloween activities offer a little something for everyone.
A kiddies’ parade followed by a “spook-tac-u-lar” carnival will be Saturday in the High School parking lot.
One of the former students on whom the book Spare Parts is based will be a keynote speaker for the Yakima Valley Reads program at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Sunnyside Community Library, 621 Grant Ave.
The Central Washington Sun Striders club will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a traditional volkswalk.
Wellness House will have a “Celebrate Women, Celebrate Life” dinner at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 26, in the Holy Family Church meeting room, 5315 Tieton Drive.
It’s bazaar time at the United Methodist Church.
Tickets are on sale for the ninth annual Foundation for the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo dinner and auction.
Prosser High School homecoming royalty
A dinner and auction benefit will help the sons of Kalee and Matt Mowery of West Richland.