First aid and CPR training will be held Saturday, Nov. 28, at the Sunnyside Fire Station.
Since the Affordable Care Act’s coverage provisions took effect, 17.6 million Americans have gained health care coverage, however, many still remain uninsured.
Everything, plus the kitchen sink, is at the heart of an agreement port commissioners inked last night with Meier, Inc.
The clean-up of Hanford has accomplished a lot since it was started in the 1990s, but the entire project may take more than 70 years and $112 billion to complete.
People need to drink more grape juice. That’s the considered opinion of Trent Ball, an agricultural program chair with Yakima Valley Community College.
The Sunnyside Community Library held its grand opening yesterday morning, which was celebrated by a number of locals who visited in the first hours.
A Lower Valley farm will receive nearly $300,000 in state funding to help pay for a drought emergency well.
Over the past four months, the Washington State Patrol has received several phone calls from the public indicating they have been contacted by the agency soliciting donations.
Private sector funding is one way the state can improve its irrigation infrastructure, according to Darryll Olsen of the Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association.
To say the 20015 water year was strange is, by anyone’s standards, an understatement.
Hearing set for Nov. 25
Calling it an “…employee having a bad day,” a Lower Valley marijuana store owner is appealing a state finding that his shop sold pot to minors.
The Flat Possum Pickers will make their return this coming Sunday at the Gospel music jamboree at Grace Brethren Church, 428 B St.
Each year area churches participate in an international program to reach children with a bit of Christmas cheer and the Gospel of Jesus Christ all packed in a shoebox.
Extra Mile Student Center will celebrate its reopening from 1 to 3 p.m. tomorrow, Nov. 14, at its new location, 300 W. Second St.
After months of anticipation, library patrons will have an opportunity to visit a completely new reading center at its 621 Grant location.