All too often, it’s easy to complain that the area is suffering a loss of business and devoid of customer service.
Turn off the TV and head to the stadium tonight. It’s football under the Friday night lights.
A few Washington State University students are calling for campus officials to require incoming freshmen and faculty to undergo cultural competency “training.”
Just one big holiday remains this summer — Labor Day — a three-day weekend in which to cram all of the last-minute summer fun a family can stand.
It was nice the past few days watching people here and across the country celebrating the total eclipse of the sun.
Four men accused in the so-called “Battle of Bunkerville” will remain in custody for the weekend awaiting a verdict in the second conspiracy case against them.
The solar eclipse next Monday morning has already prompted Oregon officials to declare a state of emergency and call out the National Guard.
In recent weeks, discussion on immigration has moved from illegal to legal.
Later this week when the temperature soars to near 110 degrees and you’re thirsty, be prepared to pay more for a drink of water.
Many Granger residents think of Department of Public Works crew members as heroes.
Over the past few decades, there has been a push to strip Eastern Washington of its railroad infrastructure in the name of trails. But a study going on at Central Washington University has breathed new life into rail service opportunities here in the Lower Yakima Valley.
While city folk and governmental bureaucrats are whining about our state’s capital budget being held hostage until a Hirst decision fix is in place, we think the state Senate is doing the right thing.
Two counties won a hard-fought, albeit minor, victory in Gov. Jay Inslee’s signing Senate Bill 5517 into law this past week.
Another Sunnyside Independence Day is now on the books, and all that remains is to congratulate those who work all year to made the day fun for the community they serve.
Looking back at photographs of past Independence Day celebrations, it’s clear Lower Yakima Valley residents know how to enjoy the simple pleasures afforded Americans in the pursuit of happiness.