September 13, 2017
September 13, 2017
September 12, 2017
Grizzlies top La Grande, Ore.; Knights stop Cove, Ore.
Both Sunnyside football teams continue to be undefeated after non-league victories last night over Oregon teams. Meanwhile, Prosser loses, drops to 2-1
People can take the opportunity to support education on how to stop global warming, reduce their carbon footprint and have fun at the same time at the Bike Ride for Climate this Saturday.
Hockey fans can take advantage of full-blown action on the ice at Toyota Center, 7000 W. Grandridge Blvd., this Saturday.
What’s being called the world’s largest bounce house is at the Benton County Fairgrounds this weekend.
A local volleyball player has been named Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Athlete of the Week.
The Yakima Valley College Women’s Soccer team plays at home Saturday at noon against Spokane.
You win some and you lose some, but every loss is a learning opportunity.
Although the Greyhounds controlled the ball throughout much of Tuesday’s match against the visiting Prosser Mustangs soccer match, Grandview managed to win by just one goal.
Students at the high school are hosting a 5K and 10K run/walk for families.
A Lower Yakima Valley golf standout has joined the team at St. Martin’s University.
Several Lower Yakima Valley residents competing in the Okanogan County Rodeo this past weekend have extra cash in their pockets.
For racing fans, this weekend will be filled with plenty of action.
A Mabton man is headed to the NHRA Summit National Championships this November.
Sunnyside unable to finish its shots
The Sunnyside High School girls soccer team suffered a second non-league loss for the season.
Greyhounds and Knights victorious
In spite of having to postpone Friday’s games to Monday, two Lower Yakima Valley teams prevailed against their opponents Monday.