New Vision has elected four new board members for this year.
City officials sent out business license renewals for 2016.
A Sunnyside Christian High School graduate is the new director of the Historic Downtown Prosser Association.
Will keep locally produced milk closer to home
In only a few months the Darigold plant will finish its latest update and start producing milk powder for infant formula.
Small business owners will meet tomorrow in Olympia at the state Capitol for their annual Small Business Day.
Heritage University’s cafeteria is making inroads with students a little more than a year after moving into a new location on campus.
The deadline is approaching for small, nonfarm businesses in Yakima County to apply for a federal disaster loan to aid economic recovery.
A Spanish-language business tax seminar is planned 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday in Yakima.
Yakima Hop Candy won New Vision’s Enterprise Challenge and will receive $10,000.
An offer of a free gateway sign has the City Council rethinking a portion of its sign code.
A Granger farmer was honored Friday as the Northwest Cherry Growers’ “Cherry King.”
U.S. Cellular is hosting a free workshop on Jan. 28 demonstrating how businesses can take advantage of the latest mobile technology.
Developing job skills is the focus of a workshop at Yakima Valley Community College, located at the corner of South 16th Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard.
Grandview community members support the opening of Peace Love & Coffee, 101 Stover Road, on Saturday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.