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Meeting set for tonight

The Sunnyside Industrial Development Corporation meets at 6 p.m. today to discuss bond policy, application for tax exempt financing and an indemnification and compensation agreement.

City pool closed early

The city pool was closed early yesterday thanks to some juveniles who were behaving in a disorderly manner.

Planning talk canceled

Prosser City Planner Steve Zetz has announced there will not be a meeting of the Prosser Planning Commission on Thursday.

Insure your triticale crop

The U.S. Department of Agriculture yesterday announced a new insurance option for triticale for Yakima , Klickitat and Benton counties, among others.

‘Gathering Place’ opens

The Port of Kennewick will unveil a new cultural area and sidewalk on Clover Island.

Dry Creek Fire nearing end

It looks like the Dry Creek Fire, about five miles north of here, is coming to its end.

Burning restrictions announced

The Bureau of Land Management Spokane District has issued a fire restrictions order on public lands administered by the Bureau in eastern Washington.

Speed signs being used

The state Department of Transportation and the Washington State Patrol are using portable speed-sensing signs to slow down traffic in South-Central Washington, including Yakima County.

Suspect in custody

Law enforcement has taken into custody a suspect for a homicide investigated Friday.

Fire erupts on Snake River

Firefighters have been mobilized to another fire in Washington state.

Learn about immigration in Yakima

Yakima Valley Libraries July session of “Lawyers in the Library” will provide attendees with immigration information and answers to related legal questions.

Agenda items approved

A public hearing for the city’s 6-year Transportation Improvement Program was completed Tuesday.

Stolen vehicle recovered

A vehicle reported stolen after its driver had problems was recovered by Benton County Sheriff’s deputies.

Police find meth in truck

A Saturday evening traffic stop turned into a methamphetamine bust.

Arraignment set in threat

A local man who threatened a popular Mexican restaurant’s owner will be arraigned next week.

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