January Jamboree canceled

The Sunday Gospel Jamboree which was to featured award winning songwriter and singer Leroy Blankenship of Grandview has been canceled.

Brouwer serves in ministry

Annie Brouwer of Grandview served in local ministries during fall semester the Center for Student Action at Azusa College.

Senior is academy nominee

Andrew Diddens is one of two Lower Yakima Valley high school seniors to receive a congressional appointment to attend a U.S. military academy.

Middle school competition Saturday

The winning team competes at regionals

Nine middle school teams from Washington and Idaho will compete at the sub-regional level for the national Future City Competition, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the PACCAR Building at Washington State University.

2017 wine legends nominations

Nomination deadline is Jan. 31

Nominations are being accepted through Jan. 31 for the “Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame.”

Zumba class continues

The Community Center is continuing its series of Zumba classes.

Resolution training set

The Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima and Kittitas Counties is offering a six-day basic mediation training course Jan. 27-29 and Feb. 10-12.

School tour rescheduled

A behind-the-scenes school tour set for today has been rescheduled to Feb. 8.

Family fun night planned

The Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with High School senior Allyssa Guillen will host a community “Family Fun Night” from 6-9 p.m. Jan. 20 in the Grandview Community Center, 812 Wallace Way.

Human trafficking is topic

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

Ministry seeking more volunteers

Compassion Now serving 500 people

A ministry to serve the poor is finding the need greater than its organizers suspected.

How to guard against fraud

What are the steps seniors need to take if they suspect Medicare fraud?

Community plans march

Organizers expect more than 800

A peace march is planned Jan. 16 by a team of local organizers and non-profit groups.