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Nouvella names new officers

Valley students to benefit from STEM-focused scholarship

Students may receive upwards of $22,500 towards degrees

Twelve Lower Valley high school students may be eligible for the first STEM scholarships to be offered statewide come graduation day 2017.

God wants us to be happy

What is the longest word in the English language? Smiles. There’s a “mile between the first and last letters.

Playmasters rehearsing ‘Chicago’ for June dates

Yakima Valley Community College Playmasters presents the musical, Chicago at 8 p.m., June 2-4, and at 2 p.m. June 4-5, in Kendall Hall Auditorium.

Toppenish students earn top art honors

The art work of two Lower Valley students will soon hang in Congressman Dan Newhouse’s district offices.

Donna Mae Frasch-Hancock


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Adrian Jose Guerra


Clayton S. Gould


Paramedic program keeping hospital visits at minimum

It is the only home visit program of its kind in the state.

State calls for vaccinations

Horse owners are advised to vaccinate their animals for the West Nile Virus.

Speed limit stays the same

The speed limit on a stretch of Interstate 90 will not increase to 75 mph.

Crews battle wildfire

Wildfire damaged an estimated 300 to 500 acres yesterday in the Webber Canyon area.

Prosser council approves commercial design changes

Facades, lighting and entry ways will change for new commercial construction.

Prosser man sentenced for child molestation

A local man will serve at least eight years in prison for first-degree child molestation.

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‘Hounds seek title

The Grandview soccer team will host the district championship against Quincy today.

Outlook man suspect in inmate’s death

Detectives use jail video to track suspects

An Outlook man is one of two suspects in the death of a Yakima County inmate yesterday.

Mabton player honored by WIAA

Aguilar leads the team in scoring

The WIAA awarded Mabton soccer player Oscar Aguilar as athlete of the week for week 35.

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Team Action Machine

Smith has been one of the most successful hill climb racers at Northwest Nitro Nationals

At four years of age, most children begin to play sports for the first time.