Festival marks official opening of Christmas
The bronze statue of Richard Gay located at the Prosser Train Depot will have company Sunday afternoon.
Officials cite contract breach
There is a change on the Miss Sunnyside Court after one of its members resigned.
Local food bank volunteers distributed 100 60-pound boxes of food for area residents yesterday.
Cold nights and a lack of warm shelters in the Lower Valley were of huge interest for local homeless advocates.
On-line specials available on Wednesday
Black Friday shopping, which used to wait until the day after Thanksgiving, is now bumping into the main event.
Lower Yakima Valley wineries are preparing for the annual three-day festival known as Thanksgiving in Wine Country.
Ball Chapel ready for public use
An open house tonight at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens will show off the recently rediscovered little red brick chapel on the 7800 Van Belle Road property.
Pepper farmer to lead Dec. 3 procession
A longtime pepper farmer will lead the 28th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
Prosser woman creates niche with spicy jams
Combining spicy and sweet flavors has become a calling for Maxine Mieirs.
Life isn’t as easy as making a cake
When she first set out to make a cake, it didn’t turn out very well.