At least nine current or former Daily Sun staffers will be recognized in October for their newspaper work during the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association gala.
Blaze causes $75,000 in damages
An afternoon blaze Monday caused $75,000 to a home at 71 N. Oldenway Road.
Temperatures may be factor in production
The Washington State Tree Fruit Association is estimating a state apple crop slightly smaller than last year’s.
The National Weather Service has extended a heat advisory through 8 p.m. tomorrow.
Gates open at 8 a.m. every day through Saturday
The animals are all bedded down and the open class buildings are decorated with exhibits for opening day at the 90th annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo at the Country Park, 812 Wallace Way.
Parents were transported to medical centers
Bail was set at $75,000 Monday in Yakima County Superior Court for the local 18-year-old accused of shooting his parents on Aug. 1.
Policy to make employees think about impacts of posts
The School Board last night approved a social media policy in time for its staff expectations training.
City Council doesn’t like account of police payroll
City Council members have asked for years for a clear accounting of overtime paid to police.
Two people walked away from this crash with a tractor-trailer Monday morning on the eastbound interstate 82 overpass at Dekker Road near Outlook.
Funding could move utilities north of I-82
The City Council will discuss recycling and spending a rural improvement grant when it meets tonight.
Man swept away in early morning swim
A local man who went swimming in the Yakima River sometime before 8 a.m. Monday was rescued from a dangerous predicament at the Wapato Irrigation Project diversion dam by rescue specialists.
Jamie Uribe Jr. charged in adult court
A local 18-year-old suspected of shooting his parents made a preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday.
A local woman is without her home and its contents following a fire Saturday afternoon.
Granger resident Guillermo Castaneda was more than pleased to be honored at this year’s University of Washington commencement ceremony.
Toppenish Junior Rodeo Queen Mikenzye Alley of Benton City enters the arena Saturday during opening ceremonies.