Candidates start your engines.
Precautions continue for 200 East Area
Federal officials announced there is no longer an emergency at the Hanford site.
Bond,, new construction being considered
A possible construction bond, new ball fields and high school expansion will be on the table Wednesday during a public forum.
Clean-up will require 50 truck loads of dirt
A clean-up effort is under way, even as officials try to determine what caused a 400 square-foot section of a tunnel to collapse at the Hanford site on Tuesday.
Officials: Opening is the latest in six years
Crews have just about finished snow removal efforts at Cayuse Pass, prompting officials to announce a May 19 opening.
FruitSmart deal to close by January 2018
It’s official: The city will purchase a wastewater processing plant from a local business.
Nearly 5,000 employees told to take cover
Federal officials are still looking for answers in the wake of a cave-in yesterday at the Hanford site.
Prosser issues draft of social media changes
A proposed policy could lead to firing school workers for social media posts they make on their own time.
The city will allow house-banked card rooms and impose a tax following action by the City Council on Monday.
Limon, Gomez first to qualify in six years
Breaking a 6-year drought, the Grizzlies girls team will have golfers representing the program at Monday’s district tournament in Yakima.