‘Go Red’ event hosted by PMH Medical Center
Finding out her blood sugars were within a safe zone was a relief for Angelica Copado-Trujillo yesterday morning.
Officials blame Range 12 fire for snowdrifts, road closures
State Highway 241 reopened at 6:50 p.m. yesterday after being closed for more than a day due to drifting snow.
Graduation date also under review tonight
The School Board meets tonight to consider a plan for making up snow days.
Storm could bring up to six inches of snow
Freezing rain, sleet and up to six inches of snow are predicted in a winter storm watch for the Lower Yakima Valley.
State highway 241 shut down overnight
Two men are dead and a third is in the hospital after a fatal crash in the Lower Columbia Basin yesterday.
Sunnyside woman lacks one-year residency
A local woman’s application for an empty city council seat has officials scratching their heads.
Area to get a break between storms
After a winter storm warning that ended last night, the Lower Yakima Valley is expected to have clearer skies today.
State advising February, March appeals
Two Lower Yakima Valley School Boards met last week to discuss potential waiver applications from the state’s 180-day school year requirement.
Up to three inches of snow predicted
Up to three inches of snow is anticipated through today.
Stremler applies for Sunnyside seat
A former police explorer and business owner is seeking an open city council seat.
When they described his blue truck and habit of rescuing children, Harmon Jansen of Prosser, seen here with wife, Becky, realized why he had been invited to the 61st Prosser Community Awards Banquet.
Local man faces drug, burglary charges
A trial date is set for a local man suspected in a string of burglaries. Nathan Hildebrant, 35, is charged with possessing cocaine and two counts of second-degree burglary, court records show.
Councilman backs move to five or six seats
The City Council may expand to five or even six district seats.
Three traffic fatalities in nine days
A local man died Saturday from injuries he sustained in a crash.
Rosas’ petition seeks official designation
A local man is pushing back against President Trump and city officials who want to do away with a “sanctuary city” designation here.