Frontier is opening of a new mobile retail store.
High-tech firms and exports have rocketed Washington state’s economy to near the top of the nation.
A health care provider has a new name starting today.
The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries is receiving a federal grant to expand apprenticeship opportunities.
A local company’s expansion accounted for most of the city’s new building valuation last month.
Bad Bones of Happy Valley, Ore., was named Grand Champion of Saturday’s Bottles Brews and Barbecue event.
Competition could replace Wine and Food Fair
The city’s first barbecue competition hosted by wineries might just be a new tradition.
Officials note issues at local restaurants
Yakima County health officials published the results of food inspections at lower valley restaurants during the month of May.
Yakima County’s unemployment numbers continue to rise.
Sunnyside winemaker Co Dinn, left, explains the architect’s drawings of his future winery in the city’s old Water Works building after a luncheon Friday.
A Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic marketing campaign, “We treat all of you,” has earned a Bronze distinction from the Aster Awards.
Port commissioners agreed to delay the closing deadline for a land purchase, but at least one is not happy about it.
A fiesta theme was part of a clinic’s ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday for a new facility.
Several new shops have opened in the downtown corridor this month.
Yakima County is contracting with Lower Valley Fitness Club, Inc. for corporate membership at a cost of $500 per year.