A five-year goal for the city to have the best finance department in the county is prompting the city clerk to change jobs at city hall.
After nine weeks of studying the cultures of Native American tribes, Pioneer Elementary School third graders held a potlach earlier this week as part of their pre-Thanksgiving activities.
Next Monday night the School Board will consider placing on February’s ballot a renewal of the district’s current maintenance and operations levy.
Gray and Osborne Engineering will design and provide oversight for the city’s “Safe Routes to Schools” grant capital improvement project.
The City Council will vote on a $15.7 million budget for 2016 at its Dec. 8 meeting.
In the season of sending and receiving cards and packages, postal officials here are warning of an attempted scam.
A workshop to provide information on basic animal behavior, low-stress safe handling guidelines and effective handling/training techniques will be offered next month.
Thanksgiving Day didn’t set a record for emergency aid calls. Nonetheless, EMTS kept busy handling calls that ranged from Sage Court to north of Granger.
Growing up in in this town and being a part of a family who served the community helped Sgt. David Palacios from an early age.
A police report on an incident that led to the suspension of a teacher’s aide at Harriet Thompson Elementary School provides more details on the event.
The grand marshals of this year’s Lighted Farm Implement Parade are brothers who spent nearly their entire lives in the community, running a business together and serving their city.
Mayor Norm Childress, right, presents Sgt. David Palacios with a plaque last night honoring his 25 years of service with the Grandview Police Department.
Nearly 400 Pacific Power customers here lost their electricity this morning after a tree hit a power line on Upland Drive during a wind storm.
Jeffries hits ground running
Do you run a youth program in the city? Is there a sport or activity you’d like to see the city pursue or develop further?
Faced with a drought this past summer and possibly another one next year, the Roza Irrigation District is on board with the Yakima Basin Integrated Plan.