The annual Outlook School alumni potluck will be held Aug. 6, in the school commons, 3800 Van Belle Road.
Every summer brings vacations and changes in schedules, and as a result, the American Red Cross faces shortages of blood for emergencies.
House bill would prohibit dam removal
An appropriations bill passed by the House includes funding for previously authorized phases of the Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project.
Bail of $750,000 has been set for a Nespelem man suspected of second-degree murder in the drowning death of Omak resident Joseph Shawl, 46.
A vehicle reported stolen after its driver had problems was recovered by Benton County Sheriff’s deputies.
A public hearing for the city’s 6-year Transportation Improvement Program was completed Tuesday.
Brielle Newhouse in the 50-meter butterfly contributes to Tuesday’s 586-118 victory over Othello.
Primary election ballots go in the mail on Friday
Mayor Mario Martinez is asking this community’s voters to give him four more years at his post.
Organization offers services to cities without chambers
Mayor Jim Restucci will be escorting visitors around the business community today as one of his duties as the city leader.
Measures taken to prevent future berm breaks
The Snipes Mountain Dairy will not be fined for its part in flooding that struck this community in February after a particularly snowy winter.
Hanford Reach among federal areas being reviewed
On the final day the Trump Administration was receiving comments on national monument sizes, state Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz begged for the federal government to leave public land allocations alone.
Threatening behavior leads to arrest
A local man accused of assault and theft in separate incidents a week apart made his preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court in Yakima on Tuesday.
Sunnyside Mayor Jim Restucci, who recently competed a term as the president of the Association of Washington Cities, is congratulated by Councilwoman Julia Hart during the association’s annual convention in Vancouver from June 20-23.
The cause of a fire that destroyed a pallet business on Scoon Road has not be determined.
A local man who threatened a popular Mexican restaurant’s owner will be arraigned next week.
A Saturday evening traffic stop turned into a methamphetamine bust.