Seeking to change the way voters look at Central Washington politics are four candidates as vastly different as their ages.
Ten years after Washington voters adopted the Top 2 Primary system by initiative, it’s time for the 2014 edition.
The Yakima County Democratic Party is hosting a public forum this coming Wednesday to introduce four candidates to Sunnyside-area voters.
Four candidates for public office were present at this morning’s Sunnyside Republican Club meeting, along with the wife of another candidate who could not make the meeting due to obligations in his current position.
Gov. Jay Inslee this week announced his proposed update to the state’s water quality standards, saying he worked until he found a solution that advanced the values of human, environmental and economic health.
Monday, July 14, 2014, at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
Although both parties in Congress have declared immigration reform a dead issue this year, a large group of pro-business organizations called for a national day of action yesterday (Wednesday) and declared the immigration crisis to be something that Congress needs to deal with immediately.
Charles Ross and Kyle Freeborn, Yakima County auditor candidates, will be among the speakers at the Friday, July 11, meeting of the Sunnyside Republican Club.
A proposal to change city zoning on a lot on South Street to allow a private road and eight new houses met with general approval from the Sunnyside Planning Commission Tuesday night.
The Sunnyside Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at its next meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 12, to discuss an ordinance change that would allow people to raise chickens within city limits.
Monday, July 7, 2014, at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
The Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District (SVID) had a voice in Washington D.C. recently. SVID attorney Larry Martin testified on behalf of a plan to increase water storage and fish habitat in the Yakima River Basin.
Two charges Ephrata police requested against Fourth District Congressional candidate Gavin Seim will not be pursued.
OLYMPIA - Gov. Jay Inslee has signed an executive order launching a comprehensive study of the state’s criminal justice system that will identify ways to address growing pressures on the state’s prison system and to boost public safety.