The opportunity to meet new people and learn about neighboring communities is the motivator for this Miss Sunnyside candidate.
Movie night a prelude to museum tours
By yesterday afternoon, organizers of last night’s “Movie at the Museum” knew at least 90 people might show up for the featured film.
It time for the Benton-Franklin Fair and Horse Heaven Round-up Rodeo.
Author tells of life under the Nazi regime
World War II was over and the Fokke and Antje Boersma family had emigrated to the U.S. to escape worn-torn Europe.
A total of 86 classics took part in the 11th Annual Grandview Chamber of Commerce Car Show on Saturday in Grandview Country Park.
Glass insulator collectors share hobby
As soon as electricity was discovered to be a power source, man has tried to harness it.
Critter Tales draws entries from all ages
The winners of the Decorated Critter and Critter Tale contests saw the Lower Valley Knitting Club’s peacock as the first-place winner in the senior division of the Foundation for the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
We ‘transform’ lives every day
The Library is now part of Libraries Transform, a public awareness and advocacy campaign about what libraries and librarians do for and with people.
Thousands without power for 4 hours
One curious squirrel knocked out power to 6,389 local customers for more than four hours today.
Library seeks more locals to share stories
The life of an early Yakima Valley disc jockey is one of the individuals featured in the new public exhibition now on display at the Community Library, 621 Grant Ave.