Although the Lower Valley 15-year-old Babe Ruth team started with a 3-0 lead, it ended the first game at state with a 14-4 loss.
At last month’s National Junior High School Rodeo Finals, two Lower Yakima Valley boys claimed third-place honors.
Waters Follies enthusiasts will be flocking to the Tri-Cities in less than two weeks.
Join runners from throughout the region at the annual Shoreline Run at Howard Amon Park tomorrow.
Golfers will unite tomorrow for the annual C.J. Mitchell Memorial Golf Tournament at Sun Willows Golf Course.
The Neptunes were one of three Lower Yakima Valley teams hosting swim meets Tuesday.
Gibbons, Gallagher promoted
As Sunnyside Community Hospital transitions into a regional health agency, a new chief executive officer quietly took over local management in April.
With Yakima Valley temperatures hovering in the upper-90s, Osbaldo Pacheco, 10, Bridget Morales, 8, and Yullissa Pacheco, 4, take advantage of the South Hill Community Center Splash Pool on Wednesday afternoon in Sunnyside.
Prosser event runs from 6-10 p.m. downtown
As the sun dips below the city’s historic downtown skyline, art lovers and wine connoisseurs will be ready to enjoy the best of both worlds at the 14th annual Art Walk and Wine Gala.
Hanford Reach National Monument won’t be getting smaller anytime soon.
Temperatures to climb above 100 degrees
More than 500 firefighters are on the ground in Klickitat County trying to contain the Dry Creek Fire.
Investigators visit survivor
A bee was the cause of a two-truck, head-on collision that took the lives of two men last Thursday.
Play opens Sept. 30 at high school auditorium
The beloved classic, “Little Women” will be staged for lower valley audiences in September now that a cast has been chosen, Over the Hill Theatricals director Sheila Hazzard announced.
Grammy-nominated Dokken will perform in the Rivers Events Center at Wildhorse Resort and Casino at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31.
State’s oldest newspaper woman marks her centennial
Longtime Omak resident Elizabeth Widel, a columnist for The Chronicle, celebrated her 100th birthday with an open house July 9 at Welcome Home Villa, where she now lives.
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.