They started to line up at 3 p.m. in freezing temperatures
Star Wars fans started lining up four hours before the 7 p.m. opening of The Last Jedi at Grand Cinemas Yakima Valley last night.
In one of his first acts as Mayor of Wapato, Juan Orozco fired the police chief and public works director.
The Port of Sunnyside’s sale of 1.2 acres of land at Golob Landing should mean improved access to medical and legal services. Port Executive Director Jay Hester announced that The Eye Center of Yakima has purchased the property for two new professional buildings.
The City Council raised water rates by 5 percent during its meeting Monday night. City Manager Lance Hoyt said the increase was necessary to help pay the next upgrade to the water system.
Okay, all you football fans who think Russell Wilson threw an illegal forward pass on a lateral flip during the game with Philly, it was a legal lateral, even a backward pitch. What made it appear the ball went forward is a phenomenon called a Galilean Transformation.
It was biting cold yesterday at Jerry Taylor Veterans Plaza, but the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts didn’t shy away from commemorating Pearl Harbor Day, which is celebrated on Dec. 7, the date in 1941 when the Pearl Harbor attack occurred.
Rural residents to pay for water just like city folk
Yakima County will make a major change regarding wells drilled after Jan. 1 because of the 2016 Hirst water rights decision by the Washington State Supreme Court.
Says agencies can’t hire with capital funds
State Senator Jim Honeyford of Sunnyside believes some state agencies have been using capital projects funds to beef up their office personnel.
Detectives putting puzzle pieces together
Yakima County Sheriff’s Office Detective Sgt. Mike Russell said yesterday that Moises Marquez is now a suspect in six robberies.
Two women were arrested in Toppenish November 16 for check fraud, committed at the Blue Sky Market.