City staff needed to rescue fire truck
The Fire Department is used to rescuing residents.
Recount starts today for 15th District race
The race for a spot on the general election ballot for the 15th District legislative seat is a little tighter.
Construction set to wrap up in November
The city’s downtown is changing, with construction of a 7,500-square-foot clinic and fitness center now under way.
Home economic entries down
The 87th annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo wrapped up Saturday night and the early reviews are positive.
Thousands without power for 4 hours
One curious squirrel knocked out power to 6,389 local customers for more than four hours today.
School Board plans two-day session
Discussions on possibly hiring a public relations firm and a tour of the new Washington Elementary School building are on the agenda for a two-day School Board retreat.
Demolition of the 1947 North Meyers Road Bridge is about two-thirds complete, Yakima County bridge engineer Mark Cleaver said.
City plans to charge as much as $500 weekly
The city is cracking down on code violations, threatening repeat offenders with weekly fines of as much as $500.
As many as 150 possible for Saturday walk
Sixteenth Street will be closed for a few hours tomorrow for a street march.
With a few exceptions, we try to buy local when we can.