Federal, state and local offices will be closed Monday in observance of Labor Day.
Grandview Port plans Tuesday celebration
Port of Grandview commissioners will celebrate the addition of three new business to Byam Business Park at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Police say incidents likely gang-related
A Zillah man was the victim in one of two shooting incidents in Yakima one day apart.
Sunnyside resident Mike Heitstuman, 63, gives blood during a drive yesterday afternoon at United Methodist Church.
Regional Health closes on purchases
The purchase has closed, and Toppenish Community Health and Yakima Regional Medical and Cardiac Center are all part of Regional Health System.
It’s been said by millions that a visit to the Vietnam Memorial wall in Washington, D.C. is a humbling, sobering experience.
Yakima County Sheriff’s Sgt. W.N. Boyer reports that call for a car crash just north of here Tuesday was a shooting incident.
The community has lost two of its young men to homicide in the past few years, and both suspects are still being sought by authorities.
A local man wanted by officials was arrested at the hospital last Tuesday and made a preliminary appearance in court yesterday.
Proving Sunnyside Girl Scout Troop No. 4513 aren’t afraid of a little work, the members washed cars, in addition to hosting a yard and baked food sale in The Daily Sun parking lot Saturday.
Port of Grandview Manager Jim Sewell informed the City Council at a joint meeting last night that three new businesses on port property will be welcomed in a public ceremony next Monday.
Bullet casing found near residence
Police Sgt. Oliver Hernandez reports that officers were called to the same location twice within 10 minutes early Monday morning for a shots fired incident that led nowhere.
Open air market has the feel of town festival
It was the turn of the century, and Zillah Chamber of Commerce members were discussing ideas for future chamber-sponsored events.
United States District Judge Salvador Mendoza, Jr. sentenced Gerardo Maderos Loreto, age 32, of Yakima to a 30-year term in prison on Thursday.
Achievements, future plans mapped out
A council-staff retreat in Sunnyside Saturday resulted in a large roadmap of the past, present and future for Mabton.