A stretch of East Edison Avenue was closed yesterday from the 2200 block to state Highway 241 so crews could dig into the road and make water infrastructure improvements.
Opponents have raised over $220,000
Between them two candidates for state auditor have raised more than $220,000 for their respective campaigns.
A crew inflates the Morning Melody balloon from Wilsonville, Ore. this morning during the Great Prosser Balloon Rally.
Speeds reached up to 80 mph on Stover Road
A Prosser man is accused of pursuing his wife in a high speed car chase Wednesday and shooting at her.
Discussions for 2017 began with fire, police departments
City council members got a sneak peak Tuesday night at budget requests from the police and fire departments.
Local charged with sending drugs to jail
A local man will remain behind bars awaiting his Oct. 21 trial after his request for reduced bail was denied in Yakima County Superior Court.
Get to the fair early for first day free entry
The ceremony surrounding the unveiling of Maybelle the Holstein in the Valley Building on Tuesday was the unofficial opening of the Central Washington State Fair, 1301 S. Fair Ave.
A Granger farmer who died earlier this year will be honored Saturday.
Task force will recommend next steps
A task force tomorrow will present its final recommendations for the School District’s building issues.
Clouds and a smoky haze from recent fires combine for a brilliant sunset Monday night in Mabton.
Woman sentenced in drug case
A local woman has plead guilty to one drug charge, had another dismissed and sentenced to 45 months.
Rachel Scott, center, gives sisters Emmalee, 4, and Devan Sanchez, 7, a ride Saturday during Pet Days at Del’s Farm Supply in Sunnyside on Yakima Valley Highway.
Federal government to pursue case
Yakima County is dropping charges against two suspects involved in an alleged drug exchange July 15 at the local airport.
Festival starts with first flight Friday morning
Weather permitting, the 26th annual Great Prosser Balloon Rally will lift off early Friday morning for three days of ballooning.
Strategies vary from ice cream to live music
A race for Yakima County Superior Court judge is shaping up as a close battle between the lower and upper valley, the latest campaign financing numbers show.