Tickets are now on sale for comedian the Dave Coulier performance at Wildhorse Resort and Casino, 46510 Wildhorse Blvd. at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 10.
Tickets go on sale Saturday for two popular Christian music groups performing this September at the Washington State Fair.
A bored English housewife, a snoopy church lady, a confused English vicar and an escaped Russian war prisoner are at the heart of the Valley Theatre Company’s Valentine’s weekend production of “See How They Run.”
BURNS, Ore. — Local supporters of a six-week protest at a federal wildlife refuge have mixed feelings after it came to a close yesterday.
During my years in the Legislature I’ve seen budget surpluses, budget deficits, budget estimates and just about every reason under the sun to spend more taxpayer dollars.
So, some neighbors on Decatur Avenue a couple of weeks ago decided to help police search for a guy on the run.
Money is on the minds of lawmakers in Olympia.
Valentine’s Day weekend is upon us. Love is in the air.
The Knights boys and girls basketball teams will both be heading to Goldendale for the start of the 1B Greater Columbia Gorge District tournament tomorrow night.
Oroville edges Mabton boys
The Mabton girls basketball team showed its dominance in a 67-23 win over Tonasket last night.
An Oregon state law regarding family caregivers is being considered by state lawmakers.
A Yakima County Fire District #5 fireman is one of more than 30 state firefighters taking part in the annual Firefighter Recruit Academy.
Local businesses taking measures to catch fraud
A 19-year-old Yakima woman is being sought for allegedly forging a series of checks in the area.
The public will have its chance next week to say whether the city should approve or ban recreational marijuana sales.
In the state’s battle to eliminate the illegal sale of marijuana, one lawmaker’s proposal to reduce the tax of legal recreational marijuana may have to wait.
Defense requests expert pathologist
A trial for two Lower Valley men accused in a murder in Pasco has been delayed until April 25.
Melissa Sarmiento and her 18-month-old daughter Mila were among the faithful taking advantage of the “Ashes on the Go” Wednesday at the corner of South Ninth Street and East Edison Avenue.
Former Mabton chief facing multiple charges
Charges related to allegations of domestic violence may cost a local police chief his job.