The Port Commission postponed a meeting from today to tomorrow.
The city’s Arts Commission will review a drawing of a proposed town center clock.
The Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee will hear reports from groups working on items that range from data collection to livestock.
A Prosser man may face charges after the Ford F350 pick-up he was driving lost a bale of hay and caused an injury crash, the Washington State Patrol said.
The City Council will hear a request tomorrow for funds to test Police Department applicants.
The School Board will hear an update on snow days during its meeting tomorrow.
The City Council will consider a recreational use permit between the city and the Lower Valley Cal Ripken League.
The Wahluke School District will buy 20.47 acres of farm land with an appraised market value of $320,000.
Congressman Dan Newhouse is one of the sponsors of legislation that would promote food donation.
Washington State University set a record for spring semester enrollment.
The Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District’s Board of Directors met twice today to discuss policies.
A City Council workshop was canceled last night due to lack of a quorum of four members.
A burn ban for Yakima County was lifted yesterday.
State transportation officials yesterday closed Interstate 90 in both directions from Milepost 34-71.
A local man is accused of using a screwdriver to steal a car.