On April 22, we observe Earth Day, a worldwide event focusing on protecting the environment.
Spring crowds encouraged to shop awhile
New tourist attractions are popping up around the Lower Yakima Valley that may at first seem like ‘just another flea market.”
Remodeling and expansion of the Sunnyside WorkSource offices are set to begin May 1 and ending June 30, local program director Teresa Sparks announced.
Traffic Safety Flagger classes are being offered beginning May 19 at the adult skills center on the Yakima Valley College campus,1120 S. 18th St.
Area ranchers who sell livestock on the internet may have had their information hacked.
The search is on for producers to support the Granger Farmers Market opening in June.
Benton Rural Electric Association will host an open house tomorrow as part of its 80th birthday celebration.
A mass casualty drill will take place from 7:30 a.m. to noon Saturday.
A local man was hospitalized last Thursday after a medical emergency led to a motor vehicle crash.
West Benton firefighters burned down a vacant home Saturday as part of their training.
Virginia Mason Memorial hospital last week reported records of 419 emergency-room patients had been breached.
Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Lisa van der Lugt as director of the state Commission on Hispanic Affairs today.
Rural athletes turned out en masse Saturday and Sunday for the High School Rodeo season-opener at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo grounds in Grandview.
A Sunnyside lawmaker’s resolution honoring the Civil Air Patrol passed the Senate last week.