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Need the mother of invention for local man

Doug Barnes kept walking into the same problem over and over, and he decided it was up to him to invent a solution.

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Gorgeous summer night greets beer and whiskey fans

Date change may account for lower attendance

The Mayweather-McGregor pay-per-view prize fight may have damped attendance at this year’s Beer and Whiskey Festival but not the spirit of those who did attend the 4th annual event held at the Food and Wine Park on Lee Road.

Bank robbery suspect to face charges

Second robbery in three months

The man arrested in connection with the Aug. 8 robbery of the Granger branch of U.S. Bank will be arraigned Aug. 30 in Yakima County Superior Court, according to the Yakima County Prosecutor’s office.

Police in a high speed chase

A young man from here led a Yakima County Sheriff’s deputy and a Toppenish police officer on a high-speed chase all the way to Grandview just after midnight Friday on Interstate-82.

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Training begins early

Learning that I played at traditional pow wow begins at an early age.

Sunnyside woman in crash

A Sunnyside woman was involved in a three-car crash that left a Marysville, Calif. woman injured.

2015 murder case set for trial

Raymundo Casares, 23, Outlook, who has been in custody since May 2015 after being charged with the May 9, 2015 homicide of Oscar Raul Gutierrez-Mendoza, 21, of Roosevelt, may yet get his day in court.

Man injured Friday in two-car crash

A Sunnyside woman and a Mabton man were injured Friday just after noon when their cars crashed into each other and Highway 241, about a mile north of Mabton.

Meeting focus: Development

There will be a big agenda related to economic development when the Grandview City Council and the Port of Grandview have a joint special meeting today.

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Free-Standing shop burns

An afternoon fire at 3421 East Edison Road Friday destroyed a free-standing shop building.

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Officially opened

An official Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting welcomed Prosser’s newest winery, Ginkgo Forest, to the community Thursday.

First chili cook-off offers $100 to two winners

If you really think you make an outstanding chili, you might want to come here on Saturday, Sept. 9 and put it to a public test.

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Fire proves value of interlocal agreements

The fire that destroyed this City’s Public Works building Wednesday afternoon is about to demonstrate the value of interlocal agreements.

Woman hurt in two-car crash

Rear-ender in slowing traffic on S.R. 221

One woman from this community was injured, and a man was not when their vehicles collided Wednesday evening on State Highway 221, about 21 miles south of Prosser.

Local man in injury crash

A man from Prosser escaped injury in a two-car crash on State Highway 225 yesterday morning about a half mile west of Richland.

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