Yakima County Commissioners will consider a settlement agreement tomorrow.
Port of Sunnyside commissioners are expected to accept a loan-grant package to turn the former Funny Farm liquor store into a microbrewery when they meet tonight.
A Sunnyside man was charged with driving too fast for conditions after his vehicle overturned last Friday.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 3207 honored Irvin Edward Stone of Prosser with a 21-gun salute downtown yesterday at the conclusion of a memorial service.
Officials: More rain may bring another closure
A washout encroaching on state Highway 241 has officials prepared to shut it down again if heavy rains and runoff return.
Authorities still trying to identify victim
The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office is calling its investigation into a recovered body a homicide case.
Report illegal aliens to ICE, Rhode said
A first-grade teacher will learn her fate tomorrow after being placed on leave for a social media post about illegal immigrants.
Officials seek identify of body found yesterday
An autopsy is providing answers about a woman’s body found yesterday, but not enough to identify her.
Police will not seek charges against boy
An investigation continues at Housel Middle School today after a student was expelled for bringing an Airsoft pistol to school.
Protest shutters businesses, affects school attendance
Fiesta Foods customers making a quick trip to the store yesterday were disappointed to find the grocer closed.
Lower Granite Lock and Dam will be open for public vehicle crossings from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, President’s Day.
Two Lower Yakima Valley planning commissions canceled their meetings this week.