The intersection of 11th Street and Harrison Avenue in Sunnyside is shut down temporarily yesterday following a two-vehicle crash.
Grandview schools still undecided
Two more Lower Yakima Valley school districts will seek 180-day waivers due to snow days.
The Zillah High School boys basketball team is all smiles after winning the State 1A championship Saturday in the Yakima SunDome.
A man is recovering from injuries thanks to teamwork by seven agencies.
Second batch of testing is under way
One of four tests on a public well system last week found high levels of coliform.
The city of Grandview’s Wastewater Treatment Plant was selected to receive the 2015 Wastewater Treatment Plant Outstanding Performance award.
A move to possibly do away with at-large City Council seats will be discussed tonight.
Surface water results could be in today
Residents are nearing one week of water restrictions after last Tuesday’s flood of dairy debris.
A convicted sex offender is now residing in a local neighborhood.
Young cousins Adelynn Van de Graaf, Jamison Van de Graaf and Brennan McCracken, left to right, are ready for the Lenten Soup and Pie lunch Wednesday at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 327 E. Edison Ave.
City also plans to hire new police officer
The City Council opted for continuity Tuesday night in approving a new six-year contract with Police Chief Phin Haglin.
A motorist calls for assistance after flipping a vehicle yesterday afternoon while southbound in the 700 block of Midvale Road, near Sunnyside.
Man said he was shot by gang members
A local man was shot Sunday while trying to stop vandals from tagging.
Residents told to only use bottled water
Residents are returning home today, but can’t drink the water following Tuesday’s dairy wastewater flood.
Crews continue working on Roza Irrigation District’s $26 million re-regulation reservoir near Sunnyside.