Thursday, September 29, 2005
Grandview forming task force committees
GRANDVIEW - In October, two city of Grandview task forces
will meet to review concepts from a recent Grandview City Council retreat.
The Country Park Task Force will meet on Friday, Oct. 14, at
noon in the Grandview City Hall Council Chambers. The task force will meet to
provide input on how to better promote the Country Park Amphitheater.
The Adult Co-Ed Softball League Task Force meets Tuesday,
Oct. 25, at noon in City Council chambers to research the possibility of
forming an adult co-ed softball league.
For more information on either of the above task forces call
882-9219 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Locals graduate from WSU
PULLMAN - Washington State University announced the
graduates from the Lower Valley area following the Summer 2005 semester:
Grandview: Araceli Chavez, B.A. in Social Sciences.
Outlook: Kimberly Christian Evans, B.S. in Psychology.
Sunnyside: Grant Alonzo Carpino, B.S. in Kinesiology;
Antonio Gonzalez Estudillo, B.A. in Human Development; Manuel Alejandro Garcia,
B.A. in Business Administration, Cum Laude; Monica Tonya Guerra, B.A. in Social
Sciences; Sean Patrick Sleater, B.S. in Kinesiology; Julie Lee Urrutia, B.A. in
Education, Summa Cum Laude.
West Nile Virus found in Lower Valley horse
West Nile virus has been confirmed in a 27-year-old horse in
Prosser. The state Department of Agriculture confirmed the finding on Friday,
This is the first reported case of West Nile infection in a
horse where the infection was acquired in Washington state this year. The other
announced equine cases involved infections that were contracted out of state.
55 Alive driving class scheduled
GRANDVIEW - A 55 Alive mature driving class is scheduled for
Monday, Oct. 17, and Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the Grandview Senior Center at 401 W.
To complete the refresher course in driving, participants
must attend both sessions, which are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
To pre-register or for more information call 882-9230 or