Shear Delight, a popular hair salon, and Fill’er Up, a new antique shop, located side by side on 1215 Meade Ave. are set to open after months of remodeling.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture will fund 20 specialty crops in partnership with other organizations.
The Prosser Leadership organization, is seeking candidates to become the next leaders of the community.
The state’s average price for regular gasoline climbed 3 cents per gallon over the last week, averaging $2.91 on Sunday.
The name and location has changed, and the mission has changed a bit, but the purpose is the same, say the leaders of Northwest Community Foundation.
Con Sabor open lunch, dinner
After months of speculation, concerning activities going on in the old Skippers Restaurant, Monday saw the official opening of Con Sabor a Mexico, 2150 Yakima Valley Highway.
New owner, new menu new look
Once a must stop for homemade barbacoa and all things authentically Mexican in the Yakima Valley, El Ranchito has been closed for more than 10 years.
The monthly Prosser Chamber of Commerce meeting will be at noon, Nov. 7, at Jeremy’s 1896 Public House, 1232 Wine County Road.
There is still time to register for the sixth annual Women in Agriculture Conference.
Stay Gold Design, a local online clothing company, will hold an official launch party and pop-up show from 1-4 p.m. Nov. 18.
Darrin Cook has been named chief operating officer for Astria Regional Medical Center in Yakima, effective tomorrow.
Open enrollment for health and dental plans though Washington Healthplanfinder begins tomorrow.
Three new businesses opening soon
The Prosser Chamber of Commerce will host ribbon-cutting ceremonies at three new downtown business downtown.
Learn how to plan a perfect wedding day
For more than 30 years, Irene Jochen of Fashion Corner has worked hard to build a name for her store as the place to shop when shopping for a wedding dress or other special occasion attire.
Parking lot improvements have been noticed around the city. Monday, the parking lot at Snipes Mountain Brewery and Restaurant customer parking received a new blacktop and stipping.