Council resets meeting

The council meeting scheduled for Sept. 26 was adjourned right after it was called to order due to the lack of a quorum.

Clore seeks to raise finding

The Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center has joined GivingTuesday, a global day of giving.

Three area men arrested

Area police arrested area men Thursday and booked a third into the municipal jail.

School board sets meeting

The School Board will deal mostly with approval of hirings and a consent agenda today at 6:30 p.m. at the high school library.

State sued over wolves

Two conservation groups are suing the State of Washington, hoping to stop wolf hunts.

SOAR Award here again

Heritage University is offering full-tuition scholarships to the valley’s best and brightest students for a fifth consecutive year.

Fire training exchange set

The state is hosting its first-ever Prescribed Fire Training Exchange as another devastating fire season comes to an end.

Women still trail the men

The latest Bureau of Labor Statistics News Release shows women’s earnings still lag behind men’s in Washington.

Prosser theft ends in arrest

A man suspected of stealing a flat-bed trailer and Bobcat E35 excavator from the City of Prosser was arrested in Yakima late Tuesday.

Final model plane fly-in set

The Yakima Valley Aero Modelers will have their final event at Higgins field out side of Benton City Oct. 6-8.

BLM lifts fire restrictions

The federal Bureau of Land Management Spokane District has lifted fire restrictions on the land it manages.

Two booked into city jail

Police booked two people into the municipal jail Monday.

Housing group talks budget

The city Housing Authority will meet in special session today to discuss its 2018 operating budget.

Sex offender moves to Granger

A convicted sex offender has moved into the city.

Health care costs go up

The Washington Policy Center noted that Kaiser Family Foundation recently published its latest survey on employer-paid health insurance.