to be cleaned Wednesday a.m.
MABTON - Street sweeping crews will be busy in Mabton,
beginning tonight at midnight through noon on Wednesday, June 9.
Mabton City Hall spokesman Sharon Roy said residents of
Washington Street, Main Street and 'B' Street are asked to have their cars off
the street during this time. Any questions can be directed to Roy at 894-4096.
hit-and-run motorist who killed pedestrian
GRANGER - The Washington State Patrol is seeking any
information that may lead troopers to the motorist who struck and killed
34-year-old Vanessa D. Cree of Toppenish last Friday night.
Cree was killed at about 10:15 p.m. Friday, June 4, while
walking along State Route 223, just north of South Track Road near Granger. She
was found lying in the southbound lane.
The WSP is looking for an unknown type of vehicle that might
possibly have damage to the front bumper or grill. Detectives have seized a
vehicle of interest and crime lab technicians are expected to examine it for
evidence of the collision. At this point, though, the collision is still under
Anyone with information about Friday's hit-and-run mishap is
asked to call Sgt. Ken Harkcom at (509) 249-6741.