Labor Day is just around the corner.
You may not be considering a chimpanzee or macaque as your next household pet, but shockingly others are keeping them in their homes.
Mabton has been having “doggie round-ups,” collecting dogs running loose on the streets, on week nights and weekends.
I’ve had the distinct pleasure of covering many of the Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee meetings this past year.
America’s attention recently turned away from the violence in Iraq and Gaza toward the violence in Ferguson, Mo., following the shooting of Michael Brown.
I am proud to represent one of the most diverse agricultural regions in the world.
Every day, birds flying near a certain spot on the California-Nevada border are incinerated in midair.
During the 2011 race for Sunnyside City Council the Sunnyside Police Guild for the first time decided to formally and publicly endorse a political candidate. They threw their support to Jason Raines, who was successful in his bid for city council.
According to the ideas4writers website, Aug. 12 marked the 75th anniversary of the U.S. premiere of MGM’s “The Wizard of Oz.”
Just as World War I didn’t prove to be “the war to end all wars,” the 20th century didn’t turn out to be when the nearly unimaginable brutality and indescribable evil represented by German dictator Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime was definitively laid to rest.
The meeting probably wasn’t as awkward as Cain attending Abel’s funeral.
Buddy and I have been wondering about the fuss being made about allowing chicken farming inside the city limits.
The good news is Washington is separating itself from the national jobless rate.
More fun than 14 barrels of flunkies watching our elected officials exit Washington like scared rats streaming out of a sewer to escape Godzilla.
Each month I receive thousands of e-mails, phone calls, letters, tweets and Facebook messages on a variety of topics. I want to share a few questions that I’ve recently received.