The City Council will vote on a $15.7 million budget for 2016 at its Dec. 8 meeting.
Growing up in in this town and being a part of a family who served the community helped Sgt. David Palacios from an early age.
Eight of nine Pirate girls know what it means to face some tough basketball opponents.
Ending last season with a 1-19 record, the Grizzlies have their work cut out for them in boys basketball.
The City Council voted 4-1 to vacate Bonnieview Road during a meeting last night.
A Yakima County Sheriff’s Office deputy will be arraigned Dec. 9 for domestic violence-harassment.
“I feel I would be happy anywhere. But, I am happy I get to stay close to home,” newly graduated Trooper Carlos N. Mata said of learning he has been assigned to the Grandview Washington State Patrol detachment.
The community float committee, Yakima Valley Tourism, Northwest Nitro Nationals and American Legion will receive Lodging Tax Advisory Committee funding.
Following the continuation of a public hearing from Nov. 10, City Council last night adopted a $23.5 million budget for 2016.
Former resident Kathy McCarthy had an opportunity to see first-hand the difference Rotary International’s “Polio Plus” program is making in other countries.