Austin Villanueva wasn’t even born when the terrorist bombings occurred on Sept. 11, 2001.
New CEO marks the end of nine-month search
The Lower Yakima Valley community welcomed a new hospital chief last night during a reception at the Walter Clore Center.
Prosser suspect held victims at gun point
A local man is in custody today after assaulting and threatening three people early yesterday morning.
Grizzly volleyball team is young
Two Lower Yakima Valley volleyball teams faced each other to open the season last night.
Aerial display planned for Sept. 15 event
The city’s Community Center is hosting the state’s first unmanned aircraft systems conference.
Washington Elementary School students get a helping hand during the first day of classes yesterday.
Shooting investigation continues
Local police and Benton County Sheriff’s Office deputies continue to seek leads in a drive-by shooting early Sunday that damaged a vehicle and home.
Group working with IRS to be reinstated
Another Lower Yakima Valley chamber of commerce is in trouble with the IRS.
Environmental review done, plans pending
Sunnyside Community Hospital’s goal of breaking ground on a new 50-acre site this year may not be met.
Home and vehicle struck by gunfire
An investigation is under way today after a drive-by shooting early Sunday morning.
The Miss Sunnyside Court takes center stage during Monday’s States Day Parade in Prosser.
Medical issue suspected in Monday death
An autopsy is planned today to determine if a medical issue caused a Yakima man‘s death when he crashed in a local corn field.
Artist’s father worked in coal mines
Celebrating Labor Day is more than just a day off of work for retired writer and artist Guillermo Castaneda.
Agencies, schools out for the day
Many businesses and non-emergency government services will be closed Monday for the Labor Day holiday.
Federal grant will pay to expand college
The local Yakima Valley College campus is in for a major makeover.