GRANDVIEW – Port of Grandview Executive Director Jessica Hansen has submitted her resignation and will end her tenure on Wednesday, Sept. 9.
A kick-off meeting for girls in kindergarten through 12th grades interested in joining the Girl Scouts of America is planned for Sept. 12.
MABTON – There were three personnel changes brought before the Mabton School Board last week.
PASCO – Appearing in Franklin County Superior Court yesterday, Monday, Santos Flores-Alcaide of Grandview and Enrique Alcaide of Sunnyside were placed on a 72-hour hold as suspects in the shooting death of a Pasco man.
We’re getting close to Labor Day, a celebration of the men and women who roll up their sleeves and go to work each day
GRANDVIEW – Bill and Ranae Evans have converted a 1938 landmark gas station into Grandview’s newest American fare restaurant.
The Social Security Board of Trustees released its annual report on the long-term financial status of the Social Security Trust Funds.
CLE ELUM – Yakima attorneys Terry Abeyta and David Abeyta, of Abeyta Nelson Injury Law, were featured speakers at the recent state convention of the Washington Association for Justice.
YAKIMA – Kenyon Zero Storage, Inc. of Grandview was recently announced as one of Pacific Power’s wattsmart® business partners of the year.
Coming soon to Sunnyside...a comfortable place to sit down with family and friends while enjoying a cup of coffee and a slice of pie.
GRANDVIEW – “It surpassed my expectations.”
A resident of Yakima County has been diagnosed with West Nile virus.
New immunization rates show many toddlers across the state aren’t getting vaccinated for certain diseases on time, if at all, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s national immunization survey.