Motorists will likely encounter delays this week in some areas of Central Washington due to road construction.
Issues with bidding for public works projects resulted in a management letter for Klickitat County Public Hospital District No. 2.
The City Council is decreasing taxes on water consumption to ease the burden of increased water rates.
A Stage 1 burn ban was declared yesterday for all of Yakima County.
All government offices, courts and banks will be closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday.
The City Council may raise utility rates for 2017.
A convicted Sureno gang member will serve the next 100 months in federal prison.
The Yakima County Auditor’s Office is expected to certify results of the Nov. 8 general election. Auditor Charles Ross will certify the election tomorrow.
Yakima County commissioners will consider a jail agreement during their meeting tomorrow morning.
The City Council will consider a contribution to a study focused on water storage for the Yakima Basin.
The Community Involvement Action Coalition reviewed results of a survey today.
The city’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee will meet to review applications.
The City Council’s workshop scheduled for Dec. 5 is canceled.
A Yakima non-profit will help the city with tourism marketing.
The City Council will continue a public hearing from Monday night.