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Commission to meet

Development regulations are on the agenda for the Planning Commission during its next meeting.

Certification planned

County elections officials will certify the results of the Aug. 2 primary election today.

Comments due Aug. 17

Tomorrow is the deadline to submit comments on a proposed manure plan for dairies.

Progress on fires reported

Crews are making progress on three fires sparked Friday night by lightning.

Restaurant inspected

The Benton Franklin Health District conducted a food inspection earlier this year at Silver Dollar Lunchbox, 30501 state Highway 24.

Fuel prices show decline

Average retail gasoline prices in Washington state have fallen 2 cents per gallon in the past week, gasbuddy.com reports.

Farm seeks pot license

A local grower is seeking state approval to produce and process marijuana.

Pacific Power plans grants

Pacific Power’s foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to Heritage University for scholarships.

Fiesta Foods wins honor

A local grocery store received a marketing award.

BBB names new director

There is a new face for the regional Better Business Bureau office.

Beer, whisky festival set

Plans are under way now for the third annual Prosser Beer and Whiskey Festival.

Tiny art on display

The Mighty Tieton Warehouse is hosting the 10x10x10 Tieton Exhibition from noon-3 p.m. Friday through Sunday at the 608 Wisconsin Ave. gallery.

Beck, Guy to play Maryhill

Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy will be the next musicians to perform as part of the Maryhill Winery summer concert series.

Pastor hosts mosaic class

A local pastor will offer two mosaic classes.

Fundraiser planned

A meet and greet for Yakima County Superior Court candidate Alex Newhouse is 5-7 p.m. Aug. 25 at Bon Vino’s Bistro and Bakery, 122 N. 16th St.