Children in Prosser Library’s summer reading program celebrate yesterday during a party in the park.
Ochoa-Bruck leaves post to return to school
The state Commission on Hispanic Affairs has announced a change in leadership.
The state’s official fruit is featured on a new one cent stamp announced this week by the U.S. Postal Service.
Development regulations are on the agenda for the Planning Commission during its next meeting.
Electricity was out for seven hours yesterday
Power is fully restored to city residents and business.
Requests to the state Legislature and a “test your well” campaign will be reviewed Thursday by the Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee.
Cowboys and livestock took center arena Friday and Saturday night as the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo entertained thousands.
County elections officials will certify the results of the Aug. 2 primary election today.
Tomorrow is the deadline to submit comments on a proposed manure plan for dairies.
Crews are making progress on three fires sparked Friday night by lightning.
Teens stranded over night near Easton
Three teenage girls are safe after spending a night stranded on the Yakima River.
Interim leader replaces Bryce Humpherys
The local community college campus has a new dean.
Grandview, Yakima meetings set
Two Yakima County groups seeking to meet the needs of the region’s homeless population are gearing up for the fall.
Action seeks rejection of two court cases
A state official is calling on the courts to uphold legalized marijuana.
Growers turning to canola for help
To help farmers deal with climate change issues, Bill Pan, a Washington State University professor of crop and soil sciences, is talking to them about adapting.