American Legion Post #57 has named its officers for the coming year.
A first grade teacher will not have his contract renewed as he faces federal charges of child pornography.
Residents are returning home today after an oil-car train derailed Friday near Interstate 84.
The water outlook is guardedly optimistic for local irrigators, as officials predicted a strong water supply this summer.
Gov. Jay Inslee will test his ability to be on the front lines of wildfires when he takes a physical conditioning challenge.
Those who don’t pay court fines and fees in Benton County no longer run the risk of going to jail or serving on a work crew.
A 26-year-old woman from Outlook is recovering at Lourdes Medical Center after a crash yesterday.
The county People for People Meals-On-Wheels will host a benefit dinner from 4-6:30 p.m. June 15, at the Union Gap Senior Activity Center, 1000 Ahtanum Rd.
Kestrel Vintners is holding a celebration from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 5 in honor of National Cancer Survivors Day.
Local recycling bins for the public’s use have been moved to a new location.
A local man faces a felony harassment charge after twice threatening another man.
The city has named its recipients of the June beautification awards.
The Lower Valley Republican Club is hosting Congressman Dan Newhouse as its guest speaker.
The water should be back on at 3 p.m. today for approximately 300 land owners without irrigation water.
State transportation officials are cautioning about construction-related travel delays this week.