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Flames erupt from automotive, equipment businesses

Fire crews still on scene at 181 Factory Road

One dog perished, one survived massive fire east of Sunnyside


Week of January 16 to 20

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Dylan Kenneth Bolt


Winter weather advisory issued for Benton, Klickitat counties

Blowing and drifting snow expected to hamper traffic throughout the region

Benton and Klickitat counties are under an advisory as 2-4 inches of new snow is expected by tomorrow.

Meeting date changed

School Board reschedules meeting for Thursday


January 9-13

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Raymond “Ray” A. Kern


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Darrell Dean Shannon


Scholarship options listed

The Yakima Valley Rotary clubs’ Mary Monroe Davis Scholarship applications are now available.

Arts, science lectures set

The works of Aldo Leopold is the focus of a reading event offered by the Yakima Valley College’s arts and sciences division.

Applications available

Applications for the annual Washington Shining Star Pageant are available online.

School tours planned

Residents are invited to take a behind the scenes tour of School District classrooms from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Jan. 11.

Blood donors needed

An American Red Cross blood drive is 1-6 p.m. Jan. 16 in the Civic Center, 119 First Ave.

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Stay out of the cold, read a good book

It’s too cold to go outside.

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Ready to serve

Grandview council to consider court extension

The City Council will consider extending a contract for municipal court services.

Two Prosser men die in crash

River claims firefighter, veteran

The community is mourning the loss of two men who died in a crash Saturday night.

School board to interview three hopefuls

Prosser sets up public meetings for Thursday

The School Board will interview three candidates Thursday to fill a vacant seat.

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Lower Yakima Valley digs out, again

Snow shuts down road, schools

The Lower Yakima Valley is digging out today from a storm that brought seven inches of snow.

Granger man headed to presidential inauguration

Chef to serve Trump, Pence festivities

A local chef is traveling to Washington D.C. this week to prepare for the inaugural ball for president-elect Donald J. Trump.