July 19, 2016
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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.
The Freedom Foundation has added a new leader for its legal team.
The U.S. Department of Labor is investigating a new method for employers to opt out of workers’ compensation plans.
The crew from Pasco-based J.R Swigart Company are making the most of this week’s warm weather by repairing the roof of The Daily Sun’s office at 600 S. Sixth St.
A national company’s hopes to open by the end of the year took another step last Thursday with a liquor application.
Willow Crest Wine Estates’ Tuscan-themed tasting room now hosts Stella’s, a small cafe specializing in Spanish-style tapas.
The local port made it official last night, finalizing a purchase of another downtown property.
A small contingent is headed to South Korea this week to help promote agricultural products of Central Washington.
14 Hands releases blend for Kentucky Derby
It seems appropriate that a winery featuring horses on its label bottled a special wine in honor of the 2016 running of the Kentucky Derby.