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Yakama Tribal game against Knights heated up too much
Sunnyside Christian and Yakama Tribal did not play a district championship tie-breaker Wednesday.
The Reach Museum hosts its “Backyard Bird Count” event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow.
Northwest Paddleboarding hosts a yoga class at the Hampton Inn, 486 Bradley Blvd., at 9 a.m. Sunday.
The Tri-City Americans hockey team will host the Seattle Thunderbirds tonight at 7:05 p.m.
A Sunnyside, Wash., native will celebrate his birthday Sunday as the new high performance director of the U.S. Olympics gymnastics team.
Three Lower Yakima Valley girls are among the All-State Academic Champions for the winter season.
A local wolf sanctuary is temporarily closed to visitors.
Try-outs for Crossfire Yakima soccer team begin Saturday at Chief Kamiakin Elementary School.
The local ski area closed yesterday due to win and rain.
Sunnyside finished its season Tuesday with a 67-73 loss to the Chiefs.
A misunderstanding led one Lower Yakima Valley team to switch its look.
Before a buyer can purchase a car or a home in Washington state, they must show proof of insurance.
Two Lower Yakima Valley boys basketball teams are in the Top 3 in the Ratings Percentage Index.
Chance Marsh sank a half-court shot last night to give his Sunnyside Christian team a 62-60 overtime win over Yakama Tribal.