Altercation leads to cancelation

Yakama Tribal game against Knights heated up too much

Sunnyside Christian and Yakama Tribal did not play a district championship tie-breaker Wednesday.

Bird count scheduled for tomorrow

The Reach Museum hosts its “Backyard Bird Count” event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow.

Yoga offered at Richland Hampton Inn

Northwest Paddleboarding hosts a yoga class at the Hampton Inn, 486 Bradley Blvd., at 9 a.m. Sunday.

Americans play tonight

The Tri-City Americans hockey team will host the Seattle Thunderbirds tonight at 7:05 p.m.

Sunnyside native selected as U.S. gymnastics director

A Sunnyside, Wash., native will celebrate his birthday Sunday as the new high performance director of the U.S. Olympics gymnastics team.

Tease photo

Three area girls named academic champions

Three Lower Yakima Valley girls are among the All-State Academic Champions for the winter season.

Sanctuary closed

A local wolf sanctuary is temporarily closed to visitors.

Team tryouts Saturday

Try-outs for Crossfire Yakima soccer team begin Saturday at Chief Kamiakin Elementary School.

Ski area closed for day

The local ski area closed yesterday due to win and rain.

Grizzlies wrap up season

Sunnyside finished its season Tuesday with a 67-73 loss to the Chiefs.

Identity crisis on the court

A misunderstanding led one Lower Yakima Valley team to switch its look.

Bowling Report

Gun owners may need liability insurance

Before a buyer can purchase a car or a home in Washington state, they must show proof of insurance.

Knights ranked No. 2

Two Lower Yakima Valley boys basketball teams are in the Top 3 in the Ratings Percentage Index.

Knights top Eagles, 62-60

Chance Marsh sank a half-court shot last night to give his Sunnyside Christian team a 62-60 overtime win over Yakama Tribal.