Toppenish lighted parade is tomorrow

The Chamber of Commerce will be staging the lighted parade at 6 p.m. tomorrow in downtown Toppenish.

Holiday crafts, antiques bazaar Dec. 5 in Tieton

The Mighty Tieton Holiday Crafts & Antiques Bazaar will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5.

Winter fun to be had on Mt. Rainier

Those looking for outdoor adventure can find it on Mt. Rainier.

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Kilian family to mark parade’s 27th anniversary

Parade set for Saturday, Dec. 5

Saturday, Dec. 5, will mark the 27th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade.

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Ready for dinner

Checking the turkey for today’s Oasis Community Church outreach luncheon are Rosa Jaime, her daughter Ashley and volunteer Jessica Madrigal.

Facebook users give thanks!

What are local Facebook users thankful for?

Senior-friendly furniture aids for mobility challenged seniors

I am interested in purchasing a recliner that lifts and lowers off the ground, or some other type of senior-friendly furniture that can help my elderly father.

Christmas bazaar crafts sought

Tables are available for vendors interested in selling craft items at a Christmas bazaar Saturday, Dec. 12, at the Oasis Community Church, 344 N. 11th St.

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Dinner benefits local man

Grant Smith (right) prays with the Dennis Cromwell family this past Saturday night at a benefit held to help offset medical costs incurred during Cromwell’s ongoing cancer treatment.

Koday named to ADA council

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic’s Chief Dental Officer Mark Koday, DDS, has been appointed to The American Dental Association Council on Access, Prevention and Inter-professional Relations.

Clinic offering diabetes support

The number of people with diabetes in this country has increased four-fold over the last three decades, according to federal statistics.

Report: State’s drug epidemic continues

Heroin fatalities on the rise

New state health data shows a significant drop in deaths from prescription narcotics in recent years.

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‘Polio Plus’ program helping Ethiopians

Former resident Kathy McCarthy had an opportunity to see first-hand the difference Rotary International’s “Polio Plus” program is making in other countries.