Sunnyside High School marching band members, left to right, Jared Case, David Mitchell, Nicole Gabino, Sonia Cortez, Anabel Cortez and Fox Rodriguez take a short break from practice Monday night.
State Department of Health and Human Services officials say that while a local case has cast light on welfare fraud, the crime is common in the area.
The second Asparagus Festival went without a hitch Saturday.
District continues to research firearms use
The School Board’s workshop Wednesday will include a presentation on arming staff members with guns.
Trevino wins four scholarships
The community has a new representative to attend parades, ribbon cuttings and community events.
Residents, motorists asked to leave area for 6.5 hours
Life is back to normal today after a natural gas line rupture prompted a 6.5-hour evacuation yesterday.
A non-profit agency operating a bus system wants to know if riders will pay a fare, and how often services are used.
Sunnyside High School sophomore Brenda Verduzco tweets as she gives blood for the first time during a blood drive the leadership class hosted yesterday at the school.
Increased in-stream flows over Multnomah Falls have been declining in recent days as temperatures declined.
Nearly 200 attend ceremony
The City Council will be asked to review a proposal for a tourism promoter.
An unseasonably warm spring has growers and cutters getting an early start on the asparagus harvest.
Defective brakes are likely the cause of a crash that snarled traffic on Interstate 82 for nearly two hours last night.
Two suspects in a March 14 armed robbery at Valley View Market now have trial dates.
Mackenzie Barriga, foreground, rides Sabio along the Sunnyside canal Friday afternoon.