Washington State University student Amanda Marquez received the Mary Elizabeth and Jack W. Howard Sr. Scholarship.
A silent auction and dinner to raise scholarship funds is noon April 24 in the High School, 315 E. Menzer Ave.
A number of Lower Valley students earned places on the Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University for winter quarter 2016.
Ready for open house, asparagus fest
The city’s remodeled museum is drawing a lot of “ooohs” and “ahhs” from visitors.
I’ve read that many car insurance companies offer a variety of discounts to older drivers when they retire or reach a certain age.
A potluck barbecue will take place at noon April 23 in the Senior Citizen Center, 1400 Federal Way.
Robin Givens, best known for her abusive marriage to prize fighter Mike Tyson, will be the keynote speaker later this month.
The relationship between bees, flowers and thriving was the theme of yesterday’s Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection meeting.
Romance author Kristen Van (Jacobsen) Dyken of Kennewick is the Nouvella Club’s guest speaker at noon April 21 at Snipes Brewery and Restaurant, 905 Yakima Valley Highway.
A sixth-year piano student recently earned an honorable mention at the Yakima/Ellensburg state playoff competition.
Don Channel of Prosser returns as the featured guest at the Gospel Jamboree at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Grace Brethren Church, 428 B St.
From mission work in Guatemala to singing with her church worship team, the next Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador is ready to serve.
Students named to the honor roll at Sunnyside Christian High School for academic achievement were announced yesterday.