Fashion Corner Manager Rosa Calva, background, and store employee Kayla Esqueda arrange a special display of red and black dresses yesterday in anticipation of today’s Red and Black Friday in Sunnyside.
A local irrigation district and federal agency signed an agreement to seek funding for water storage.
Loaded gun found in suspect’s car
A Yakima man faces multiple charges after a high-speed chase yesterday on a local rural road.
A dramatic makeover is under way in Granger, where crews are building a new gym addition to the high school.
Prosser woman charged in alleged scheme
A Prosser woman is accused of participating in a check-cashing scheme.
Grandview man taken into custody Sunday
A local man is accused of grooming a seven-year-old girl for immoral purposes.
Longtime Miss Cinco de Mayo organizer recommended
A former pageant organizer is being recommended to head the city’s biggest festival.
Mayor promises expose after rejection
The mayor is threatening to uncover wrongdoing by the City Council after it failed to appoint him city administrator last night.
Board to review marijuana moratorium
The School Board will discuss a possible citywide moratorium on recreational marijuana retailers when it meets tonight.
A crew from Luther Oil Company began work yesterday to replace pavement on Dayton Drive in Sunnyside.
Roadside partially gives way
City residents and officials are recovering from heavy rains late Sunday and early Monday.
Yates selected county Outstanding Teen during Sunday pageant
Two Sunnyside girls were crowned with county-wide royalty titles Sunday during the Miss Yakima County Pageant at Davis High School.
Rainfall sets Sunnyside record
A torrential rainstorm yesterday set a record, caused a power outage and at least three fires.
Five parties named in petition
A battle is brewing over a building permit issued last month.
High school adds to list of dignitaries
The High School honored two of its own last night during a Wall of Fame ceremony.