David Humpherys of Humpherys Family Funeral Home in Sunnyside pauses on the way for a latte at the Daily Buzz while driving his horse-drawn hearse.
The final Miss Grandview candidate for this year admits she’s pretty much the “sporty one.”
A Sunnyside student takes a detour this morning around the Washington Elementary School work site on Lincoln Avenue.
St. Joseph Catholic Church members lined up at the parking lot of Harrison Middle School early Sunday morning for a Palm Sunday procession to the South Sixth Street parish center for mass.
The honor of representing her city is part of what drives one Miss Grandview candidate, but her ultimate goal is to help her home town.
One Miss Grandview candidate hopes to show off the city to the entire world.
More than 1,000 firefighters from around the state are gearing up for the annual Scott Firefighter Stair Climb at Columbia Tower.
A big birthday “shout out” to a group of Lower Valley individuals marking a special birthday today.
The Police Department’s new dispatcher is settling into her new duties.
Mary Marquez relaxes as American Red Cross technician Danny Clouse monitors her progress during yesterday’s blood drive at the Sunnyview VFW Post.
She may be working out of a mid-size kitchen, but the food coming out of her kitchen carries a big flavor.
The Yakima Valley Dairy women’s organization is seeking candidates for the 2016-2017 Dairy Ambassador position.
A deep love for her city and a desire to share it with others were two of the reasons Cristina Aguilar is running for Miss Grandview.
The new Miss Prosser court will soon be making the rounds after a tough competition yesterday between five hopefuls vying for the crown.
He thought she was too old for him. The young 18-year-old girl wasn’t interested in making new friends in the Yakima Valley.