A flag and flower are on the City Council’s agenda Monday.
Sales of timber from state trust lands are projected to reach about 550 million board feet this fiscal year.
A full water supply is predicted this summer.
The cities of Sunnyside and Grandview will again partner with Yakima County on a drug task force.
The city’s first green dump day of the season is from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Well No. 4, 116 W. South St.
Washington counties are sending about 65,000 presidential primary ballots to military and overseas voters this week.
Police are warning the public that callers saying they are from the Internal Revenue Service are part of a scam.
Sign-ups for a limited number of Hanford tour reservations began yesterday.
Some police body-camera videos will remain private, according to legislation Gov. Jay Inslee signed Friday.
Ranger District personnel are preparing for spring prescribed burning.
Yakima Valley Community College’s MECHA Club will host a citizenship work day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 23.
A grand opening for a new Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic facility is planned June 4.
The Chamber of Commerce, 1230 Bennett Ave., is planning a volunteer open house from 4-6 p.m. Thursday.
The City Council will discuss raising aquatic center rates this summer to generate an additional $7,000 in revenue.
Help could be on the way for low-income motorists unable to pay their traffic fines.