After reading accounts of a Great Dane from Portland, Ore. dining on nearly four dozen socks and a Blue Heeler from Leavenworth with family issues, I begin to understand why animals need to be blessed.
From a passenger airplane being shot down over Ukraine to violence spreading at an alarming rate in the Middle East, newspaper headlines in recent months have become increasingly disturbing.
The NFL season and Seattle’s defense of its Super Bowl title kicked off last night.
Despite these last few months of hot and lazy days, it’s been hard not to notice a cold political wind blowing through the country.
They’re going to have to get used to it. I speak of the school students who are complaining about the taste of their government-funded school grub.
September is my favorite month out of the entire year. And, not just because it is my birthday month, although that does make the month pretty special.
School started last week with hardly a ripple in Sunnyside, except for the traffic.
Are you ready for long waits, bare store shelves and higher prices?
It comes to us slowly and delicately, as all beautiful things should. It’s usually in the early morning.
There’s Gangnam Style, then there’s Mabton style when it comes to running a city council meeting.
Labor Day is just around the corner.
You may not be considering a chimpanzee or macaque as your next household pet, but shockingly others are keeping them in their homes.
Mabton has been having “doggie round-ups,” collecting dogs running loose on the streets, on week nights and weekends.
I’ve had the distinct pleasure of covering many of the Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee meetings this past year.
America’s attention recently turned away from the violence in Iraq and Gaza toward the violence in Ferguson, Mo., following the shooting of Michael Brown.