Corned beef, green ale mark St. Patrick’s Day

Area clubs, eateries plan festive events

Looking for a bit o’ luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day?

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ACLU seeks change in Prosser schools

Organization pushing for ‘safe zone’

A national not-for-profit is urging the local school district to take action.

Grandview man faces vehicular assault charge

Arraignment is March 27 for injury crash

A local man will be arraigned March 27 for charges stemming from a crash Saturday night.

Flooding possible through Friday

The National Weather Service anticipates the Yakima River will approach flood stage by Friday afternoon.

Council OKs hospital’s bid for state funds

Approval comes despite concern

Expediency overruled a councilman’s concern as the City Council approved a $2 million application for state funds on behalf of Sunnyside Community Hospital.

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County not seeking funds for flood victims

Commissioners, Honeyford differ on Outlook

County and state officials apparently aren’t seeing eye-to-eye on the community’s recent flood.

Prosser extends pot moratorium

Improper legal notice delays council action

The City Council will wait another four months before making a decision on possible changes on allowing retail marijuana stores.

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Quilting comfort

Eva Mitchell of Project Linus Yakima Valley shows quilting techniques during the group’s meeting yesterday at the Sunnyside Community Center.

Granger man charged in kidnapping

Local man’s bail set at $75,000

A local man will be arraigned March 28 after he allegedly threatened a man and held him at knife point.

Greyhound re-opens

Greyhound, the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in North America, announced it will start operations from a new location.

New antique shop to open

An open house for Ann’s Nest and Gather Antiques, a new store at 112 E. Third St., is set from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 18.

Clinic names vice president

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic has named Gina Popovic as the new Vice President of External Affairs.

Federal judge approves Mercer Canyon settlement

Grower will pay $1.2 million to employees

A Horse Heaven Hills grower will pay $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit.