University just one of seven in west honored
The writing program at Washington State University again has been named among the 21 best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Conference attracts state, local leaders
There was a buzz at the Community Center yesterday, both in the air and on the ground.
Focus will be math, sciences
A local two-year college plans on using federal dollars to create new scientists.
Khalida Brohi, a Pakistani activist for women’s rights, will present “The Solution is Education, Not Legislation” at 7 p.m. Sept. 28 on the local Washington State University campus.
When thinking about a career beyond high school, veterinary work sounds like a good idea.
Yakima Valley College graduates for the summer quarter 2016 include the following Lower Yakima Valley individuals and their degrees by hometown:
A move by legislators to reduce tuition a few years ago is hurting community colleges.
District introduces 47 new hires
Last week, all of the School District’s new teachers were introduced during opening ceremonies at the high school auditorium.
September 5-9, 2016
In an effort to relieve daily traffic congestion in school zones, the School District has implemented new start times at each of its nine schools.
Parents of Sun Valley Elementary kindergarten students will have opportunities to meet their child’s teacher Sept. 6-8 at the 1220 N. 16th St. school.
Heritage University student teachers Dalia Rojas of Sunnyside, left, and Aimee Bloom of Zillah do their part to get ready for the first day of classes in Grandview.
Seniors partner with youngest students
Students wrapping up their high school careers are partnering with those just getting started.