David Abeyta has been named a partner in the law firm Abeyta Nelson Injury law.
City leaders, school administrators and other officials will meet representatives from different organizations that fund projects.
Science-based strategies to help Washington’s $5 billion beef industry in the aftermath of the 2015 wildfires will be presented at a Cattlemen’s Boot Camp on April 15-16.
A recent user survey claims that 96 percent of people use their cell phones to keep themselves entertained through the use of free apps.
Recargas Compu Cell opened its doors Saturday, offering repair services for electronic devices.
A 100-year-old farmhouse is the setting for one of the more than 13 wineries on the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail.
Funny Farm building sold for development
The city’s only contract liquor store is closing.
Work is underway on two future business sites.
An update on the community awards banquet next month is on the agenda today for the Chamber of Commerce’s general membership meeting.
Dutch Brothers annual “Dutch Luv Day” is this Sunday, Valentine’s Day.
Bank opens Tuesday at new site
The Banner Bank branch building at Ninth Street and Edison Avenue closes Friday.
Remodel now underway at former Arby’s location
Tasty, messy burgers and fresh-baked bread and other treats will soon be available at the newest Carl’s Jr. restaurant to open in the region.
It’s finally open today. Well, sort of, said Sunnyside Ace Hardware owner Dennis Allen.
New Vision has elected four new board members for this year.
City officials sent out business license renewals for 2016.