Registration for the 2016 Sage Rat Run will soon open up.
The second phase of an ongoing plan to update the city pool was approved by the City Council Tuesday night.
Tri-City Americans Governor/General Manager Bob Tory announced yesterday the team signed Riley Sawchuk to a standard WHL Players Agreement.
One lucky Yakima Pepsi Beetles baseball supporter will win a car this weekend.
Staff at the Sunnyside Community Center released the schedule this week for open gym/game room days for the month of February.
Keene-Riverview Elementary School staff are as busy as their bee mascot while attempting to get the most steps into their daily routine.
Eastern Washington Adventures is hosting the 11th annual ORV Meet & Greet next Saturday, Feb. 6, at the Slab.
From 5:45 to 7 p.m. tomorrow the Tri-City Americans will have an autograph signing session at Outback.
During a recent meeting, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Board voted to keep the Tacoma Dome as the venue for the Gridiron Classic finals.
A small delegation from the farm town of Tekoa is traveling this week to Olympia to lobby the legislature on behalf of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail.
The 23rd annual Tri-Cities Sportsmen’s Show starts tomorrow at the TRAC Center, 6600 Burden Blvd
Sunday, Jan. 17, and Monday, Jan. 18, are the next state parks “free days” when visitors are not required to display the Discover Pass for day visits at state parks.
Team puts five shots in the net against Portland
The Tri-City Americans (15-19-2-0, 32 pts) earned a big win behind Beau McCue’s two goals, defeating the Portland Winterhawks (17-17-1-0, 35 pts) 5-1 in front of 3,695 fans at Toyota Center on Tuesday Night.