A restaurant chain used to say “when you’re here, you’re family.”
President Donald Trump’s announcement to pull out of the Paris climate agreement was the right move to make on many levels. But the most important reason was the illegal nature of the pact.
It’s hard to believe, but graduation season for the Lower Yakima Valley is already upon us.
We ordinary folks live in a real world of deadlines.
A new public records law that allows agencies to essentially charge for employee time puts taxpayers on the hook for the possible doubling of wages.
It’s time to put the winter of 2016-17 behind us and do a little deep cleaning around our Lower Yakima Valley neighborhoods.
Sportsmanship — good and bad — were on display Tuesday night in Sunnyside. As the local boys soccer team wrapped up its 2-1 victory eliminating Davis High School from the postseason, threats stole the show.
U.S. Senator Patty Murray is out of touch with reality when it comes to small business, wages and the effect jacking up salaries has on communities and housing.
There’s a little bit of something for everyone this weekend in Sunnyside at the heart of the Lower Yakima Valley.
Berkeley; Coulter. Prosser; Brown.
Very few things say Eastern Washington like cherries. And this weekend, Granger will fete the locally grown fruit with the 69th annual Cherry Festival.
There is something empowering about performing on a set stage. And there is something equally scary about doing the same scene on a portable stage.
With the Legislature scheduled to adjourn Sine Die a week from Sunday, lawmakers still have two major topics to tackle — the state Supreme Court’s Hirst decision and the biennial budget.
Congressman Dan Newhouse came under fire earlier this year for neglecting his constituency.