This week Rep. Dan Newhouse led 36 members of Congress in urging the delisting of the gray wolf under the endangered species act.
City of Grandview officials have announced the May 2015 home of the month and beautification award winners.
Youngsters can sign up to play soccer through the State Arts and Sports Association now through Tuesday, May 5, at 340 S. Sixth St. in Sunnyside.
Mountaineer and climate scientist Steven Ghan hopes to give people a visual understanding of climate issues through a presentation focusing on the crest of the North Cascades, showing evidence of glacier retreat as well as spectacular alpine scenery.
Proceeds from the annual firefighters breakfast to take place this coming Saturday at the Sunnyside fire station will benefit the local VFW post and wounded veterans in the community.
Wednesday afternoon proved to be a perfect day to attend the Sunnyside High School freshman baseball game for everyone except young Khloe Hunsaker, who found other ways to amuse herself.
YAKIMA – Yakima County has reached a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to deliver programs that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Jessica Black, assistant professor for Environmental Science & Studies at Heritage University, has been appointed to serve on the Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Management Area Advisory Committee.
AccuWeather officials are predicting West Coast residents will face extremely warm and dry conditions this summer.
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Just a Pinch
Can you give me a rundown on Medicare’s enrollment choices and rules along with when and how to apply?
Do you remember when surprises were the things you found in cereal boxes or Cracker Jacks?
Too much or not enough water and never when you need it.
LYLE – The Sunnyside Christian fastpitch softball squad yesterday traveled to Lyle, where it split a doubleheader with the home team.
YAKIMA – The West Valley JV invite yesterday included athletes from Mabton, many of whom turned in personal best efforts.