Soliz accused in March 27 incident
A Sunnyside man made his preliminary appearance yesterday for his alleged involvement in a March 27 drive-by shooting.
Mayor had enough of rude behavior
Congressman Dan Newhouse returned to his hometown last night to listen to constituents.
Environmental groups target Snipes dairy
A local dairy is being sued by two environmental activist groups for its alleged effluent discharges in the area.
Family recovers from baby’s abrupt arrival
Saturday had been an unusual day for Jessica Pena, but she had no idea that things were about to get stranger.
With winter weather lifting, area residents are again turning out at night for a little recreation.
Sexual violence awareness program slated
Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services are joining forces next week to raise awareness about sexual violence.
Social media comments prompt action
A week-old online petition seems to be gaining support in its effort to protect children.
Grandview Public Works and Parks and Recreation crews are busy this week with upgrades at the city pool.
Eight girls vie for title
Eight candidates will be competing for the title of Miss Grandview 2017 during a pageant at 7 p.m. Saturday in Grandview Middle School, 1401 W. Second St.
A Yakima County Sheriff’s Office deputy cleans up debris from a crash on Snipes Pump Road in Sunnyside yesterday.
Suspects still being sought in two other cases
Two local boys are in custody after they allegedly vandalized a patrol car Sunday.
Cancer fundraiser to be in August
The weather shouldn’t be an issue for this year’s annual Lower Valley Relay for Life.
Scott Coleman is greeted moments after he was sworn into office last night as Prosser School Board’s newest member.
Granger seeks at-large seat for school board
Two Lower Yakima Valley school districts have measures on the April 25 special elections ballot.
City park, Sheriff’s Office patrol car hit
Gang-related vandalism hit the city twice last weekend.