An eligibility list for the lead police dispatcher position is on the agenda Thursday for the city’s Civil Service Commission.
A Lyle man is recovering from injuries he suffered yesterday when his vehicle flipped over on state Highway 97.
Campgrounds and trails have re-opened as conditions have improved on the Buck Creek Fire in the upper Chiwawa River drainage.
Since August, crews from the state Department of Transportation and Columbia Asphalt have been working on a project that preserves the pavement and bridges on state Highway 12.
Four Mabton residents are recovering from injuries after a two-car crash last night.
The city Planning Commission has canceled its regular meeting this week.
A local man is facing second-degree burglary and third-degree theft charges after allegedly stealing laundry detergent.
Motorists will experience detours today and next week on Yakima Valley Highway due to road maintenance.
Area officials will meet with the state Transportation Commission Sept. 21 to talk about Tri-City area transportation issues.
The state Department of Ecology is expected to announce a new rule today that would cap and reduce carbon emissions.
A Sunnyside man was taken to Yakima Memorial Hospital last night after a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of state Highway 24 and Beane Road.
The Lower Valley Homeless Coalition meets tomorrow to discuss homeless issues. It meets 9:30-11 a.m. in The Vineyard Cafe, 150 Division St.
Get your breakfast before attending the annual Sunshine Days Parade Saturday.
Yakima Valley College Dental Hygiene students will conduct a dental screening clinic from 1- 4 p.m.
The Grandview High School Class of 1966 will have its having 50th reunion Sept. 16-17.