Grandview Library Director Elizabeth Jenke at this past Tuesday’s Grandview City Council meeting holds up a photo of a book cover being published about Grandview.
Prosser Memorial Hospital Medical Center and Auxiliary invites the public to its second annual Spring Showcase on Friday, April 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at PMH Medical Center (723 Memorial St., Prosser).
The 2014 Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador Banquet will be held Thursday, April 24, at the Barn Restaurant in Prosser.
Listening to Dr. Lincoln Westfall, D.O. talk about his journey to Sunnyside is like listening to an international travelogue interspersed with multiple medical adventures and romance.
What began as a controlled burn turned into a raging wildfire last night.
In case you haven’t noticed, the Sunnyside Lions Club donation jars are now on the counters of various Sunnyside businesses.
2013 record-setting year for Fall Chinook Salmon
“This is a record return, I don’t know if we or our children will see this many again,” fish biologist David Child said of nearly 7,000 Fall Chinook Salmon counted at the Prosser Dam in 2013.
Sidewalks on Forsell Road between Euclid Road and Wallace Way will soon make walking to Country Park in Grandview safer.
Fatalities as a result of traffic accidents in the Yakima Valley are a major concern for Washington State Patrol Sgt. Pete Cozzitorto and the other troopers assigned to the Grandview detachment.
During its business meeting last night, Tuesday, the Mabton City Council took action on several items related to the city’s water and sewer utilities.
Using a city of Grandview form as a template, the Mabton City Council last night adopted a park use application form for groups or individuals wanting to reserve a city park.
In action last night, Tuesday, the Mabton City Council approved a revised wage schedule for city employees.
Sunnyside Fire Chief Aaron Markham reported that the fire station construction should be effectively complete in about four weeks.
Sunnyside didn’t have to look far to find its next police chief, as retired state trooper Al Escalera was offered the post yesterday afternoon.
The desire to help feed the hungry in her community led Mabton Middle School seventh grader Jessica Gorman to seek a $500 grant to be spent on groceries.