A workshop to help Yakima Valley farms meet the growing demand for Washington-grown food is the theme of a Wholesale Success Workshop to take place May 3.
The American Red Cross, in observance of World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day, May 8, is encouraging the public to support the organization with a donation.
Local club focuses on safety
The Sierra Vista Middle School Prevention Club took lunch time to promote traffic safety Wednesday.
Former Sunnyside resident talks about being an author
The publishing world has changed with the explosion of e-books.
The Grandview softball team beat Toppenish during yesterday’s doubleheader.
The Spartans boys and girls tennis teams were defeated by La Salle last night.
Linde leads the way by winning three events
The Grizzlies track team hosted the first league meet of the season with Wenatchee and West Valley.
Lower Valley Christian Women Connect meet at 11:15 a.m. May 10 at the Barn Restaurant, 490, Wine Country Road.
The African Children’s Choir will perform at 7 p.m. on April 24 in the Kennewick High School auditorium 500 S. Dayton St.
In 1998, I was at a crossroads in life while my wife and I lived in Colorado.
After searching for a church for several years, a pastor found his new home at the local Presbyterian Church.
You know what I really resent? I resent it when someone tells me I should vote for, or support, or give a pass to, someone because it will be a “historic moment.”
Most of us, regardless of our personal beliefs about gun control, want to build a safer and more prosperous nation. Standing on that common ground, we should address a common misperception.
It’s not too often a local school district gets the opportunity to hire one of its own to be superintendent.
An opportunity to represent the community rather than herself is the goal of this Miss Granger candidate.
Residents may see return to tap water Tuesday
Residents may know as soon as Monday if the state will lift its boil order for city water.
It took the School Board less than 12 minutes Thursday night to unanimously approved hiring a former local teacher as the new superintendent of schools.
Chase recipient of Grandview Person of the Year Award
The recipients of last night’s Grandview Chamber of Commerce Community Awards have much to smile about.