Local police arrested one man and questioned another Monday after an assault was reported in the 900 block of Sheridan Avenue, officials said.
The Washington State Patrol is advising motorists to increase their awareness of motorcyclists due to warming weather.
The School District passed a recent state audit with flying colors.
State Rep. Bill Jenkin, R-Prosser, and his 16th District colleagues have re-opened field offices for their 16th District constituents.
The results of an April 25 special election have been certified by county officials.
The School Board will have a special study session and public hearing tonight to talk about finances.
The City Council will receive a report tonight on the annual Cherry Festival.
The City Council will review a bid proposal from Interstate Concrete and Asphalt Company to resurface West Fifth Street.
The federal Bureau of Reclamation’s latest forecast for the Yakima Basin indicates the water supply will fully satisfy senior and junior water rights this irrigation season.
Interstate 82 and U.S. Highway 12 will have temporary closures this week due to a paving project.
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson will be the featured speaker for a local service group.
Emergency repairs on the south bank of the Yakima River in the lower valley will be reviewed tomorrow.
A second and final reading is scheduled tonight for changes to the city’s liquor and gambling laws.
A local man died Friday while walking across state Highway 97.
State Highway 223 near state Highway 22 was closed much of yesterday due to a truck trailer fire.