Mayor Norm Childress, right, presents Sgt. David Palacios with a plaque last night honoring his 25 years of service with the Grandview Police Department.
Nearly 400 Pacific Power customers here lost their electricity this morning after a tree hit a power line on Upland Drive during a wind storm.
Jeffries hits ground running
Do you run a youth program in the city? Is there a sport or activity you’d like to see the city pursue or develop further?
Faced with a drought this past summer and possibly another one next year, the Roza Irrigation District is on board with the Yakima Basin Integrated Plan.
The 2015 general election results are final, as yesterday Yakima County Auditor Charles Ross formally certified the election.
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed the existence of a new wolf pack — the Loup Loup Pack.
The state Department of Transportation ordered Chinook and Cayuse passes closed for the season after yesterday’s snowfall.
Congressman Dan Newhouse this past Monday recognized a couple for adopting four children from foreign countries as “Angels in Adoption.”
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dams are closed to cross-dam public vehicle traffic on federal holidays, unless otherwise announced.
All government offices, courts and banks will be closed tomorrow for Thanksgiving.
A section of Gurley Road will be closed next week for utility work.
Police have handled 27 routine calls for service since yesterday.
A boy was arrested on charges of shoplifting yesterday afternoon after he allegedly stole cold medicine from Safeway, according to police. The case is still under investigation.
The City Council voted 4-1 to vacate Bonnieview Road during a meeting last night.
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Parade goers attending the 27th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade next Saturday, Dec. 5, will be looking at it from a different perspective.