Port property set to be farmed

Five-year lease bids on acreage

The Port of Grandview has another 24 acres of land to lease to farmers near Stover Road and Wallace Way, adding to the 18 acres it has previously leased out at the location.

Time for some new year’s financial resolutions

The countdown to 2016 has just about begun.

Former banker offering micro-business course

Thinking of starting a new business in the New Year?

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Local store becomes licensed U-Haul dealer

Those looking to rent a truck or trailer have another U-Haul dealer in town.

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Credit union helps upgrade library

A donation of $10,000 has gone a long way in helping local library patrons.

State counting down for insurance deadline

The deadline to register for health insurance effective Jan. 1 is tomorrow.

What to look for from a financial adviser

There’s a lot to know about investing, so it’s a good idea to get some professional help. But with so many financial advisers out there, how can you choose one that’s right for you?

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Last minute shopping ideas

Mark Zieske admires one of the gift ideas his daughter Alex finds during a recent visit to Mélange.

‘Get covered’ event scheduled

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is hosting a “get covered” event to help families obtain health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.

Foundation challenges union costs

Santa Claus is handing out information to state employees that could lead to more money in their paychecks.

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Back in place

The Sunnyside Stokes Burger Ranch’s sign is again towering over the restaurant at 706 Yakima Valley Hwy.

Counselor retires after 23 years of service

Rose Marie Wrung will close the doors on her South Sixth Street family counseling office at the end of the month after 14 years in the same location.

Oncology clinic given the go ahead

A project to convert maintenance and technology offices into an oncology treatment clinic received the green light from city building officials last month.

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Road repairs timely for Harold’s Repair

The closure of Sixth Street at the intersection of Harrison Avenue is happening at a good time for Harold’s Repair and Rental.

Chamber seeks input on logo

The Chamber of Commerce wants the community to help choose the logo for its 75th anniversary in 2016.