Eyewitnesses reported flames shooting more than 50 feet into the air yesterday when a mulching facility caught fire.
The final Centennial GeoTour is set to begin Friday in Mount Rainier National Park.
The Granger girls swept host Cashmere in a nonleague 1A volleyball match Saturday.
A local wheelchair athlete has earned a medal in the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The American Red Cross has announced Lower Yakima Valley dates for blood drives through September.
Get your breakfast before attending the annual Sunshine Days Parade on Saturday.
Safe Haven Community Center is offer “Baby and Me” peer support groups for new parents at 10 a.m. Tuesdays beginning Sept. 13.
The cast of Valley Theatre Co.’s holiday production of “White Christmas” is ready for rehearsals.
Motorists can expect some travel delays through Sunday due to road construction projects.
State officials want feedback from the public on Washingtonians’ priorities.
A proposal to improve access to statistical research is on the agenda for Washington State University’s Board of Regents.
Finding funds for stormwater and street improvements will be on the agenda for City Council members tomorrow.
A proposed agreement for commercial driver license skills testing is on the agenda for School Board members tomorrow.
Free registrations are being accepted for a Firewise workshop to help the public prevent wildfire losses.
The state’s attorney general is closing an investigation into the Feb. 10, 2015, officer-involved shooting.