Suit accuses police of harassment
A local family has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the city seeking $5 million for alleged police harassment.
Ordinance changed at meeting
The City Council changed the way it will notify the parties involved when hearings are scheduled for property dealings.
Former Tex-Mex artist and family fighting
All parents know the thrill of watching a child take his or her first steps.
Permit issue resolved
Ideal Tarp of Pasco, which announced an expansion to the valley in May, is getting its building up and ready to go.
Washington State Patrol troopers from around the state gathered yesterday to honor the agency’s K9 unit.
Mabton and Sunnyside Christian return to classrooms
When students head back to school tomorrow, there will be several new faces in the classrooms.
Limited number of viewing glasses available to party-goers
Solar eclipse viewing party set for 9 a.m. Monday morning
Helen L. Abel pronounced dead at Sacred Heart Medical Center
Yakima woman turned into the path of a tractor-trailer, a Washington State Patrol report says.
The public only has a few days left to purchase an America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass at the current $10.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced $638,197 in funding to Washington Native tribes and more than $1 million to Washington state wildlife agencies are being awarded.
The “Golf Fore Health Tournament” is set for Oct. 6.
Tonight is one of the biggest nights of the season at Renegade Raceway, 1395 N. Track Road.
A movie night at the old sugar factory, 2580 E. Lincoln Ave., is being hosted for the whole family by State Farm Insurance agents Bryan Robison and Pete Sartin of Sunnyside.
Just in time for back-to-school, healthy check-ups a ‘festival in the parking lot’ is planned at Neighborhood Health Clinic, 617 Scoon Rd. from 1-4 p.m. Aug. 17.
A free showing of Thor will be offered at 8 p.m. Friday at the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
Meet the teacher night at Pioneer Elementary School, Lincoln Ave., will be at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 24.
We were driving up Interstate 81 last Sunday afternoon, the radio on, the sun setting into the hills, when we passed a tractor-trailer truck, and saw Old Glory proudly snapping in the strong wind behind the cab.
In his Aug. 2 op-ed, Joe Guzzardi states that “Despite media accounts to the contrary, outside of the bubbled Beltway, President Trump is hugely popular.
It’s time to say good-bye.
The solar eclipse next Monday morning has already prompted Oregon officials to declare a state of emergency and call out the National Guard.
Recently, President Trump announced an executive order aimed at strengthening both America’s manufacturing sector and the supply chains that keep it running.
Social media posts by themselves generally cannot disrupt a classroom. But the bully tactics of people who disagree with posted personal thoughts and opinions sure can.