“I feel I would be happy anywhere. But, I am happy I get to stay close to home,” newly graduated Trooper Carlos N. Mata said of learning he has been assigned to the Grandview Washington State Patrol detachment.
The community float committee, Yakima Valley Tourism, Northwest Nitro Nationals and American Legion will receive Lodging Tax Advisory Committee funding.
A workshop to provide information on basic animal behavior, low-stress safe handling guidelines and effective handling/training techniques will be offered next month.
Grant Smith (right) prays with the Dennis Cromwell family this past Saturday night at a benefit held to help offset medical costs incurred during Cromwell’s ongoing cancer treatment.
Following the continuation of a public hearing from Nov. 10, City Council last night adopted a $23.5 million budget for 2016.
A five-vehicle crash on the Mabton Bridge yesterday morning was the result of a Yakima woman following another vehicle too closely on the slick road.
Freezing rain, snow pack double punch
Snow-covered, icy roads led to crashes and interrupted some school schedules this morning.
Due to heavy fog last Friday, the city of Sunnyside rescheduled maintenance on the traffic signal at Yakima Valley Highway and East Edison Avenue.
This morning a Stage 2 burn ban was declared for all of Yakima County.
The Lower Valley received its first hard frost of the winter season last weekend, as evidenced by the coating on these Concord grapes in Sunnyside.
Emergency medical technicians were active during the past weekend, responding to eight emergency aid calls.
Sunnyside city public works employees Glenn Barnett and Salvador Guerrero (L-R) remove large chunks of cement pipe after removing a tree stump on South Seventh Street.
New gateway sign installed
Motorists entering the west side of town will now be greeted with a digital sign.
A farmer, rancher, father and all-around family man is the way Graciela Gomez of Outlook describes her 100-year-old father.
A teacher’s aide at Harriet Thompson Elementary School, suspended after using tape to “secure” two pre-school students will be assigned to another district classroom in January.