Grizzlies top La Grande, Ore.; Knights stop Cove, Ore.
Both Sunnyside football teams continue to be undefeated after non-league victories last night over Oregon teams. Meanwhile, Prosser loses, drops to 2-1
Crews hold fire line, limit growth of blaze
A suspect has been identified regarding the cause of the Eagle Creek Fire in the Columbia River Gorge, but the investigation continues, and Oregon officials are seeking help from the public.
Figures mirror last year’s area labor shortage
There is a shortage of farm laborers again in the Yakima Valley as hops and fall fruit harvests compete for workers.
Fire officials: Quick action minimizes flame damage
Quick action by a neighbor minimized the damage that could have occurred at a woman’s home Sunday morning.
In honor of Patriots Day, the Sunnyside American Legion Post No. 73 replaced the American flag at Sunnyside Assisted Living center on Ida Belle Road.
Students were not injured in the crash
Students headed for school were not injured yesterday when their bus was rear-ended by a SUV.
Air quality in the Yakima Valley has deteriorated again but, according to the Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency, it could be a brief downturn.
Strikes, kicks police officers
A man who escalated a domestic violence incident into resisting arrest, assault on an officer and obstructing an officer made his first appearance in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday.
An Outlook man was injured after he fell asleep at the wheel and flipped his car about half a mile west of here on Interstate 82 early yesterday morning.
A man accused of beating his girlfriend Friday made his first appearance in Yakima County Superior Court on Monday.
A man who was apprehended Sept. 4 while driving a car stolen in Oregon made his preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court on Monday.
A woman apprehended Sunday walking along Interstate 82 made a preliminary appearance yesterday in Yakima County Superior Court to face drug charges.