This harsh winter weather has wreaked havoc throughout Washington. The higher than average snow accumulation and bitter temperatures have caused extra work for everybody, especially dairy farmers.
A panel of nine hotel and hospitality industry professionals will share expertise during the annual, public Burtenshaw Distinguished Lecture Series 2-3:30 p.m., March 24, in the CUB auditorium at Washington State University.
A regional coffee chain is donating $1 from every drink today to local food organizations.
The Love’s truck stop in Prosser is nearing completion, complete with a sign to indicate its impending arrival.
Renovation, new line of beer planned
Whitstran Brewery, 1427 East Wine Country Road, has been quietly serving the beer lovers of Prosser for more than 20 years at its location on east Wine Country Road.
Stadelman’s Fruit LLC’s recent expansion of its production line is paying benefits.
For the fourth year in a row, Smith Funeral Home has received the Funeral Home of the Year award presented by Purple Cross.
When the Côte Bonneville Train Station tasting room closed the day after the 2016 Red Wine and Chocolate event for remodeling, it missed Spring barrel tasting.
A regional utility cooperative will mark its 80th annual membership meeting this Saturday.
Renovation, service expansion planned
A Lower Yakima Valley-based firm has expanded into Wapato.
Congratulations on your first hundred years, Boeing. Cut the cake and get back to work!
Therapists now serving Grandview
A Sunnyside business saw a need to accommodate clients traveling long distances to receive therapy services.
The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is offering Bill Powers Sabbatical awards for up to $5,000 to one individual each year.
Yakima County’s unemployment rate was 9.9 percent last month, up from November’s 8.3 percent.
New Vision, the Yakima County Development Association, will offer a 2-day supervisory course.