State Health Benefit Exchange officials yesterday announced more than 200,000 customers have selected 2017 health and dental coverage through Washington Healthplanfinder since the open enrollment period began on Nov. 1.
The City Council’s meetings scheduled for last night were canceled.
Economic revitalization is the focus of a dinner meeting Jan. 18.
The Lower Granite lock and dam near Pomeroy will be open for public vehicle crossings from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday during the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Residents in the Grandview or Prosser school districts will have to act soon to register to vote in their respective Feb. 14 bond measures.
The City Council tonight will consider a new contract for Police Chief Phin Haglin.
Officials yesterday lifted a Stage 1 burn ban.
The Sunnyside and Mabton school boards canceled meetings originally scheduled for last night.
Traffic delays are possible through Sunday due to road projects.
Jerri Honeyford has been appointed to the state Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
The City Council will receive an update tonight on a robbery on Jan. 1.
A local man is accused of punching another in the jaw.
A county advisory group has canceled its discussion on Sunnyside today.
The Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee’s regulatory framework working group will discuss costs associated with nitrates.
Residents within City Council District No. 3 boundaries have until 4 p.m. Jan. 23 to submit applications for a council vacancy.