Area '12th Man' ready for Wildcard Weekend
The “Hawk house” will be lit up like Christmas when the Seattle Seahawks and the Detroit Lions face off Saturday in the opening round of NFL playoffs.
Expect frigid temperatures tomorrow, too
Baby, it’s cold outside. But the temperature is not record-setting.
Icy roads blamed for Sunnyside crash
A local woman is recovering from injuries she sustained yesterday when her vehicle flipped in the 600 block of Riverside Avenue.
City sold former museum site
The city has grant funds in hand for the final touch on its new museum.
Agencies ready with housing options
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinics, Northwest Community Action Center (NCAC) and Neighborhood Health Services are cooperating to house the homeless during the current bone-chilling weather.
Granger launches council search
The search is officially on for a new council member.
Lack of heat closes Sunnyside library
Portions of three state highways remain closed due to bad weather and poor driving conditions.
Suspect arrested in Sunnyside
A Vancouver man is accused of robbing a local gas station/convenience store.
Cities digging out, classes delayed
The Lower Yakima Valley is still digging out from New Year’s Day snowfall that clogged local roads and closed highways.
Fresh snow and a closed off street, and the final day of winter break, provided opportunity for winter fun.
Martin cites lack of change on issues
The City Council has a vacancy after one of its members resigned yesterday.
New year’s shooting hits window
New Year’s morning gunfire hit a local home.
Inmate accused of throwing urine on officer
A Wapato man is accused of assaulting a corrections officer in the Yakima County Jail.
If going out on New Year’s Eve is not really your thing, consider frequenting your favorite sports bar to watch the fourth-ranked University of Washington Huskies in the Peach Bowl Saturday as they face-off against top-ranked Alabama at noon.
Organizations are beginning to see stabilization
After years of see-saw funding, officials with non-profit organizations said they are beginning to see stabilization in their ability to provide services.