When I was first elected to Olympia to represent the 15th Legislative District, I quickly immersed myself in subjects with which I was familiar: land use regulations, the Growth Management Act, local government issues and the ever-encroaching bureaucracies of state agencies.
We are writing to express our support for the Sunnyside School District levy on the ballot.
I wish to express my concern about the issues involved in the handling of the Rick Cole matter and my support for Superintendent Cole.
Event set for Valentine’s Day
Those seeking a fun and romantic way to celebrate Valentine’s Day need look no further than the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.
The Iowa caucus brings out the evangelical in all Republican candidates.
Last weekend, we were out for a drive, looking for something different to do.
The national media and FBI are painstakingly attempting to paint Utah rancher Robert “LaVoy” Finicum as a homegrown, domestic terrorist.
Police officers have a difficult and dangerous job serving and protecting the public. Sometimes that job involves officers firing their weapon, possibly injuring or killing the very public they protect.
A local man was honored yesterday in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressman Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside.
Board will review options Monday
Even as it closes the tenure of one superintendent, the School Board will Monday begin searching for a replacement.
Fans of Grupo Solido, a popular Tejano musical group, have a chance to win tickets to a concert performance.
Next weekend will be an opportunity for wine enthusiasts from around the state to meet winemakers here in the Yakima Valley.
A selection of artwork from the Not Vanishing: Contemporary Expressions in Indigenous Art 1977-2015 exhibition will be on display through April 1 at Heritage College, 3240 Fort Road.
One of two brothers suspected in a stabbing yesterday at Agitation Station, 100 W. Lincoln Ave., is still at large.
A rally is planned tomorrow at Millennium Plaza for a man killed Jan. 26 by Oregon State Police during an arrest of protesters near Burns, Ore.
Westbound Interstate 90 is closed at milepost 106 today due to fatal crashes.
Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Patricia Lashway as interim secretary for the Department of Social and Health Services yesterday.
An endangered child alert was canceled yesterday night after a 3-year-old boy was returned by his noncustodial mother.
New registrars for lateral police and firefighter/EMTs will be compiled to fill vacancies.