This section of Richards Road near Prosser was among the road ways damaged during heavy rain storms last Friday and Saturday.
For the second year in a row 85 percent of kindergartners in the state received their required vaccinations to start school.
With nearly 60 entries, there was something for everyone during Sunday’s 29th annual Cinco de Mayo Parade.
Work wrapping up on new traffic signal
The city’s new Love’s truck stop will open this month.
City eyes FruitSmart plant purchase
The City Council will consider a deal with a local company tonight that could make a big difference in the city’s capacity to treat wastewater.
Shea presents information on ‘51st state’
A few hundred residents and visitors turned out Saturday to learn about self-reliance during the Northwest Preparedness Festival on Hinzerling Road.
Comment period begins this Friday
The public can have its say starting Friday on the future of a nature reserve.
Facebook issue has district reviewing policy
The School Board will tackle a discussion on social media policies for the second time in three weeks when it meets tonight.
Board meets with architect tonight
The School Board will continue its discussion tonight on how to cope with growing high school enrollment.
Charges pending against Wapato man
A local man is recovering from injuries he suffered during an early-morning crash last Friday.
The weather warmed up just in time for the more than 100 vendors on hand for the city’s 29th annual Cinco de Mayo Festival.
Four cases reported in School District
The local School District is dealing with an apparent outbreak of Pertussis, or whooping cough.
Racers find thrills and spills at Dry Creek
The weekend of adrenaline-fueled racing action is over at Dry Creek Recreation Area.
Pageant set for tomorrow
First come the Miss Zillah Pageant tomorrow night, and then the fun begins as the annual Zillah Community Days.
Leslie Groves Park will be home to a volleyball tournament tomorrow and Sunday.