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Travel delays possible

Traffic delays are possible through Sunday due to road projects.

Burn ban reduced

Due to slightly improved air quality conditions, the current Stage 2 burn ban in Yakima County is reduced to Stage 1.

Port names 2017 officers

Commissioners with the local port district appointed officers for 2017.

Fuel spills on highway

Crews have cleaned up about 300 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled yesterday.

Teenagers charged in burglary

An Outlook man and two teenagers are accused of attempted burglary.

Groundwater issue on the agenda

Yakima County commissioners tomorrow will consider a memorandum of understanding with a state agency to address groundwater issues.

Crash injures Mabton man

A Mabton man is recovering from injuries he sustained in a crash Friday.

Public records rule changed

Yakima County commissioners have approved a revision to public records policies.

Crossings to be closed

The Lower Granite and Little Goose will be closed to public dams vehicle crossings from Monday, Dec. 26, through Monday, Jan. 2.

Emphasis under way

Law enforcement agencies in Yakima and Kittitas counties are participating in a statewide effort aimed at getting impaired drivers off the road.

Stormwater update set

To help prevent pollution and protect water quality, the state Department of Ecology is updating its construction stormwater permit that it issues to developers.

Two-car crash injures three

Three people are recovering from injuries sustained in a two-car crash yesterday morning.

Try ice skating

Take a break from shopping and go ice skating from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at in the Centennial Flag Plaza Skating Rink, 206 W. Kennewick Ave.

Meetings cancelled

Due to a lack of business items, the City Council is canceling regularly scheduled meetings previously set for 7 p.m. Dec. 27 and Jan. 3.

Port to host booth

Port district commissioners will host a booth during the Northwest Food and Beverage Manufacturers Expo.

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