February 9, 2016
February 9, 2016
Yakima Hop Candy won New Vision’s Enterprise Challenge and will receive $10,000.
An offer of a free gateway sign has the City Council rethinking a portion of its sign code.
A Granger farmer was honored Friday as the Northwest Cherry Growers’ “Cherry King.”
U.S. Cellular is hosting a free workshop on Jan. 28 demonstrating how businesses can take advantage of the latest mobile technology.
Developing job skills is the focus of a workshop at Yakima Valley Community College, located at the corner of South 16th Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard.
Grandview community members support the opening of Peace Love & Coffee, 101 Stover Road, on Saturday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Fitness club changes hands
There are changes afoot at the former Lower Valley Racquet and Fitness Club, as in this new year it is under new ownership.
Lower Valley Credit Union is throwing a party at 9 a.m. Tuesday to celebrate its recent designation as a credit union with a commitment to serving the Hispanic community.
Goodwill is planning a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. tomorrow to celebrate the opening of its new store at 810 S. Dayton St., formerly the Shop CI Thrift Store.
Green Olive at 2926 Covey Lane gathered 219 non-perishable food items during the restaurant’s fifth annual holiday food drive last month.
The Chamber of Commerce’s next general membership meeting is 4 p.m. Thursday at Snipes Mountain Restaurant, 905 Yakima Valley Hwy.
The deadline for growers to apply for federal whole-farm revenue protection and insurance coverage on all other spring crops (except wheat in counties with fall and spring planted types) is March 15.
We’re just a few weeks away from the first caucuses and primaries, so presidential election season is in full swing.
Mexico’s decision to tax apples imported from the United States is not popular with apple producers in the Yakima Valley, but the effect it will have is hard to gauge.
Growing services and getting more involved in local communities are a couple of goals the new chief executive officer envisions at Bleyhl.