August 15, 2017
August 11, 2017
August 11, 2017
Take the entire family out to the ball game tomorrow.
The George Prout Pool is the place to be tomorrow, as Richland Parks and Recreation hosts its Sizzlin’ Summer Beach Party.
A local basketball organization is hosting a skills clinic Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Naches Ranger district is putting several hundred blown down trees to good use, improving habitat for listed fish in the Bumping River this month.
In light of losing the head football coach, the program is being left in good hands.
The bulls and broncs will be bucking, and the cowboys and cowgirls will be racing the clock tomorrow and Saturday night in Fisher Arena at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Fall athletes prepare for start of season
Only two Eastern Washington teams to play
Despite having half of the teams in state football title games last season, only two teams from Eastern Washington will play in the annual Emerald City Kickoff Classic on Sept. 2.
Gov. Inslee selects Steve Martin for statewide post
A local man has been selected to lead the governor’s Salmon Recover Office.
Nate Maltos: ‘I have faith in everyone’
Last season was stellar for the Grizzlies.
Former Prosser Mustangs standout Kellen Moore led the Dallas Cowboys to a 20-18 win over the Arizona Cardinals last Saturday night.
The Tri-City Dust Devils minor league baseball team will be at home for a four-game stint against the Hillsboro, Ore., Hops beginning Friday.
There may be a new girls wrestling team in the high school ranks this year for Sunnyside and Grandview to contend with.
The city Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting introduction to yoga and Zumba classes this month.
Fall sports are about to get under way for the Leopards.