Service seeks members

The Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima and Kittitas counties is looking for volunteers interested in serving on its board of directors.

Search continues for hiker

The search continues for the missing hiker on the Pacific Coast Trail.

Travel delays possible

Travel alerts this week include Interstate 90 between Mileposts 59 and 69 for work in the Keechelus Dam and Stampede Pass areas.

Ballot returns top 40 percent

The statewide ballot return rate is 44.4 percent, with 1.9 million out of 4.3 million votes cast.

Local cafe to support memorial

A local restaurant is accepting donations for the Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza.

Commission to set hearing

Yakima County Commissioners will set a public hearing to consider changes to Urban Growth Area boundaries.

Class seeks students

Registration is open for the Yakima Valley Community Foundation and Rural Development Initiatives community leadership program.

Ballot returns continue

The latest count shows nearly 40 percent of voters statewide have submitted their ballots for the Nov. 8 general election.

Sunnyside port on cover

The Port of Sunnyside’s revitalization efforts are the November cover story of “Ruralite” magazine.

City Council to talk about banquet

The City Council will discuss planning for the annual Spirit of Sunnyside Awards banquet and tourism when it meets tonight.

Studded tires now legal

Motorists in Washington state can legally use studded tires for their vehicles.

Student honored

High School senior Vanessa Caballero has been named a state finalist in national Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship program.

High school needs judges

The High School needs judges for Senior Project presentations on Tuesday.

Geocachers find woman

A local woman is recovering after she was trapped for 14 hours inside her vehicle last weekend.

Linus Project donates

Linus Project quilts will be shared with school district students thanks to the efforts of avid quilter Donna Turner, a former school employee.