Residents’ concerns sway council vote
Land for a potential pharmaceutical farm will not be annexed.
Yakama Nation permits sales
Firework stands on the Yakama Reservation are open.
City Council asks fire chief to research issue
A discussion about pyrotechnic displays on private property turned into a conversation about banning them altogether.
City Council will review request at 7 tonight
A disputed annexation request is back on the table tonight.
Yakama Nation and Yakima County Fire District No. 5 firefighters extinguish a grass fire on Plank Road south of Granger yesterday.
Valley Processing juice 'injurious to health,' agency cautions
Festivities continue this weekend
This morning’s grand re-opening ribbon cutting nearly ended before it began.
Organizers expect more than 700
More than 700 logo-embossed pint glasses are on hand for tomorrow’s second Summer Ale Fest.
Yakima Valley College student Bonnie Wescott pours a glass of wine last night for Mike Viereck during the Tri-Chamber Social at Yakima Valley Vintners on the college’s Grandview campus.
Nephew, uncle charged in Pasco death
A trial for two Lower Yakima Valley men accused in a Pasco night club killing is set to begin Monday.
No evidence of crash found
Police today were looking for a bicyclist who was thought to have been struck by a motor vehicle.
Development brings 35 jobs to Sunnyside
A local company celebrated completion of a $97 million expansion yesterday with about 480 guests on hand.
Officials had 60 days to respond to lawsuit
The mayor, city administrator and city are named in a lawsuit seeking $550,000 in damages.
Museum may move into site next week
Renovations to an old garage are complete and the museum is ready to move in.
State Rep. Bruce Chandler visits with Raquel Crowley of Darigold this morning prior to the company’s ribbon cutting and tour to celebrate completion of a $97 million expansion.