Wrestling coach faces accusations

School district mum on Sambrano

The Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has declined to file charges against a wrestling coach accused of inappropriate contact and conduct with girls on his team.

Sunnyside man wins state award from Gov. Inslee

Tejano musician will be honored

A local man is one of five to receive state honors tonight.

Prosser board plans for new school leader

Tolcacher retiring in June 2018

The School Board will meet Thursday in Spokane with potential superintendent search groups.

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Legion announces 2016 honors

Grandview post recognizes local contributions

Three residents were honored for saving a life during an event that recognized the contributions of many in the Lower Yakima Valley.

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Sunnyside vape shop raided by officers

Owner faces four charges

A local vape shop owner will be arraigned Nov. 28 in Yakima County Superior Court on multiple charges after he allegedly sold cannabis oil to undercover officers.

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Rescue boat makes debut near Zillah

Craft saves stranded duck hunter

A stranded duck hunter is warm and dry after a Yakima County rescue boat made its maiden voyage Saturday.

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Prosser unveils statue honoring wine pioneer Walter Clore

Rotarians raised funds for 8-foot memorial

A legend in wine industry circles is now immortalized in bronze.

County may have budget deficit in 2017

Commissioners to set budget hearings

Yakima County commissioners will likely approve a $62.7 million preliminary general fund budget tomorrow.

Granger, Perales sued for $400,000

Man claims civil rights issue cost him his family

The city, its police chief and entire Police Department are named in a $400,000 lawsuit.

Dollar Tree receives fine for workplace safety issues

State cites multiple violations

A store chain with locations in Sunnyside and Grandview put workers at risk, a state agency alleges.

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Sense of duty runs deep for Grandview man

Vietnam veteran returns from memorial

When he left the farm to join the U.S. Army, he was 25 years old.

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Students saluting veterans

Outlook Elementary School fourth grader Trey Castro, dressed as a U.S. Marine, stands at attention during the children’s Veterans Day program last night.

Cities plan for 2017

Budget season is kicking into high gear for two Lower Yakima Valley cities next week.

Closures planned for Veterans Day

Schools, banks closed tomorrow

Veterans Day is Friday. It will be a day of festivities throughout the Lower Yakima Valley, but also of closures.

Mabton to go it alone for administrator search

Council declines to contract with firm

The City Council will continue searching for a city administrator on its own.