Wall Street gushed when the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced the July economy created 255,000 new jobs.
With a few exceptions, we try to buy local when we can.
For the last nine years, the second week of August has meant two things for me — rodeo and meteors.
Federal officials seem to think the Columbia River treaty with Canada isn’t important enough for renegotiations to begin.
“Where am I?” asked the man from his hospital bed.
There’s a new movie coming out, “Transparent,” that promises to be the action thriller of the year.
On behalf of the entire El Valle Restaurant and staff, we sincerely apologize for the unfortunate incident that one of our guests experienced July 13.
When Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Rep. Morton were praising Teck Cominco for their polluting the Columbia River and Lake Roosevelt, Joe Pakootas sued the Canadian firm and is responsible for a landmark decision to protect international boundaries and stopped the polluting of heavy metals into our rivers.
The Great Depression was very hard on most Americans.
For four days, starting today and going through Saturday, the region’s focus will be right here in the lower valley for the annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo in Grandview.
My wife and I spent a few days at the beach recently, relaxing and checking out tide pools.
After reading a front page article in the Tuesday edition of the Daily Sun, I am curious whether the entire Sunnyside City Council refers to all people who may appear in front of them as “Peasants.”
It is sad commentary when our political conventions have become more like rock’n’roll concerts than competitions of ideas.
Earlier this week, Washington state officials quietly approved a new water quality rule based on how much fish people eat.