Superior Court appointee starts today
A Bickleton native starts his new job today as a Yakima County Superior Court judge.
One Mabton suspect still at large
A local man will be arraigned Feb. 24 on allegations he was involved in a burglary ring that hit as many as 30 homes.
Former S’side teacher now a newlywed
Today, Shannon Pierce, formerly of Mabton, and Mark Murphy of Spokane will celebrate their first Valentine’s Day as a married couple.
Study results not conclusive
Non-lethal control might be a more effective option for controlling wolves.
A Mabton family’s home at 430 Fifth Ave. was destroyed by fire last night.
St. Joseph's to reschedule events
Legislation would ramp up kit testing
In past decades, a rape case could have been dismissed because it lacked DNA evidence necessary for courts to bring a perpetrator to justice.
This harsh winter weather has wreaked havoc throughout Washington. The higher than average snow accumulation and bitter temperatures have caused extra work for everybody, especially dairy farmers.
Mustang girls to play Wapato on Friday night
The high school will be the host site for tonight’s 2A district play-off between the Prosser and Toppenish boys basketball teams.
Spartans, Leopards win semifinals
The Granger and Zillah girls basketball teams will face off this Saturday for the 1A district championship.
Prosser grapplers eliminated
Only one 2A wrestler from the Lower Yakima Valley medaled at the regional tournament and is headed to the state tournament.
The Bickleton Pirates ended their season with a 41-48 loss to Klickitat-Glenwood on Friday.
A class to get the jump start on spring is 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Mid-Columbia Library, 1620 S. Union.
An all-you-can-eat crab feed is the bait to draw potential new members to the Eagles Aerie No. 2647 from 5-9 p.m. March 25 at 1205 Bennett Ave.
Gospel Jamboree will host, “Thirst No More,” at 2 p.m. Feb. 19 in Grace Brethren Church,428 B St.
Barb Wells has been selected the Xi Gamma Alpha Sweetheart for 2017-18.
The first time I placed my hand on the Bible and took the oath of office as a member of the state House of Representatives was in 1995. The atmosphere was charged with the spirit of reform.
President Donald Trump has actually done some good things in office.
Things have changed a lot when it comes to wrestling in our state. Unfortunately, those changes don’t appear to be for the better.
When a country fails to defend it’s borders, it ceases to become a sovereign nation.
In 2017, you should never be subjected to the use of the word, “gnarly,” unless you’re describing your latest faux Chippendale woodworking project.