C. Speck salesmen Jered Vigil and Angel Garza (L-R) hold up the banner to the golf cart that has been donated by the dealership for use as a shuttle at this year’s Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo in Grandview.
Standing the test of time is this weathered old wind mill located in downtown Bickleton.
A time honored rite of passage in the Bickleton School District is going away.
Turning lemons into lemonade. That’s the essence of a program in the Outlook area pegged to turn cow manure into renewable natural gas.
City will mull taking over hanging flower basket program
In the warm glow of a valley sunrise, Rene Pedraza and Erroll Miles cruise through downtown Sunnyside.
Believing the opportunity of serving her community as Miss Sunnyside would open doors, Liliana Cisneros joins 12 other hopefuls vying for the title on Oct. 5.
Ryan Maiden, agriscience educator at Grandview High School, and Randi Krieg, Mabton’s agriscience teacher, recently attended an eight-day professional development institute at Texas Tech University to learn the teaching principles of the agricultural science-animal section of the Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE).
PROSSER – Prosser Airport Days and Fly-in will take place this coming Friday through Sunday, July 18-20.
Mabton High School sophomores are visiting the YVCC campus in Grandview this week as part of the college prep program GEAR-UP.
Taking about half an hour out of yesterday’s meeting, members of the Sunnyside United coalition conducted a short evaluation of convenience stores in town.
After considerable discussion, a request by the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce for the remainder of its originally requested funds for this year was approved by the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee.
“It’s great to turn 50,” quipped State Rep. Bruce Chandler. “I wouldn’t mind being 50 again, it looks better every year.”
Seeking to change the way voters look at Central Washington politics are four candidates as vastly different as their ages.