The City Council on Monday may decide the fate of a local vape store.
Festival marks official opening of Christmas
The bronze statue of Richard Gay located at the Prosser Train Depot will have company Sunday afternoon.
A local utility provider will have a permanent general manager effective Dec. 1.
Milbrandt Vineyards Director of retail sales Tara Divers adds one more ornament to the tasting room Christmas tree.
Officials cite contract breach
There is a change on the Miss Sunnyside Court after one of its members resigned.
A home demolition is to blame for a electrical outage yesterday that left 1,200 Pacific Power customers in the dark.
City uses budget cuts to turn tide on 2016 concerns
The city will start 2017 with a surplus thanks to a big dose of budget trimming.
Audrina Campos, left, and Annie Alvarado of Cornerstone Church in Sunnyside get the rolls ready for the 400 North Ave. church’s first free turkey dinner for the hungry last night.
Damages top $100,000 from Saturday blaze
The cause of Saturday’s devastating downtown blaze is still unknown, but officials have largely ruled out arson.
Two suspects in the death of a Yakima County inmate are headed to trial Jan. 9, court records state.
Group pledges to raise $3,000 by Nov. 29
Heartlinks Hospice has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide.
Aron Hunsaker gets to the root of the problem in rewiring an exterior sign yesterday for Yakima Federal Savings and Loan, 801 E. Edison Ave. in Sunnyside.
On-line specials available on Wednesday
Black Friday shopping, which used to wait until the day after Thanksgiving, is now bumping into the main event.
Lower Yakima Valley wineries are preparing for the annual three-day festival known as Thanksgiving in Wine Country.
Outlook native Kenton Barry, left, purchases an amaryllis plant from Carl Field during a scholarship fundraiser Saturday in Prosser.