About $1,000 of more than $11,000 raised
The dream of having enough flags on display throughout downtown is a little closer to reality.
Three children injured in crash
Three children are recovering today from injuries sustained in a crash that led to the arrest of a Granger woman.
Improvements to the city’s swimming pool are still anticipated for this summer.
Deputies help subdue suspect
Two lawsuits pending against city officials
The police chief is no longer working for the city.
A 19-year-old Grandview man will need to post bail before he can be released from jail.
Police chief back at work
The police chief is back on duty just days after he and another employee withdrew complaints against the mayor and city administrator.
Sunnyside’s superintendent of schools is headed to trial at 9 a.m. on April 29.
Cedillo back on the job Friday
The city’s new police sergeant is fulfilling the police chief’s duties until tomorrow.
An agency that hired the current superintendent of schools will lead the district’s search for a replacement.
The city’s top cop is the second police chief in the Lower Yakima Valley to be suspended in the last two months.
Clerk’s quick action lauded by store owner
A man and a woman are in the municipal jail today awaiting formal charges in an attempted armed robbery Monday night.
Witness tampering suspected
A local man is back in jail on a charge of witness tampering.
A freshman at Mabton Junior/Senior High School has set her sights on improving a city park.
Cornwell working to meet county demands
Clean up efforts are under way at two properties owned by a local man facing legal issues.
Two people are in jail, a boy was released to a parent and another man is happy to be alive following an attempted armed robbery last night.
A new option is on the way, dispensing ice and bottled water at one automated location.
Birch Street back after four-year hiatus
One of the community’s primary medical centers is again open for business.
Students uninjured in three-vehicle mishap
Students on a Sunnyside Christian School bus, the drivers and another person escaped severe injury in a three-vehicle crash yesterday.
One of the Lower Valley’s few remaining alternative high schools is being phased out.
The city is working to remedy concerns over nuisance properties, and recognize property owners who take care of their yards.
Police are still looking for a man they believe attempted to lure a child last week.
Officials will review contract at March 22 meeting
The city is looking to an Ellensburg bait company for additional water rights.
Cellphone apps and a mood collar for dogs squared off yesterday during a high school version of a popular television show.
A man accused of attempting to burglarize a home on Park Drive is in jail.
Charges stem from drug raid
A man and two co-defendants are set to go to trial in the next few months on drug and weapons charges.
Two Lower Valley women are now offering two yoga studios to choose from.
Man accused of abusing dog to pay court costs
A man accused of abusing his dog may have his charges dismissed if he pays court costs and stays out of trouble for the next six months.
More than 1,000 firefighters from around the state are gearing up for the annual Scott Firefighter Stair Climb at Columbia Tower.
Women traveling to Arizona safe.
Classroom aides in Grandview and Prosser will have help earning a teaching degree.
Police: Suspect still at large after incident
Police are looking for a man they believe attempted to lure a child into his vehicle yesterday.
Suspect faces new charge
Ramos recaptured same day
Four Lower Valley students will all be attending Heritage University in the fall as recipients of the Act Six Leadership Scholarship.
Because work continues on the new track at Rich Leenhouts Stadium, its use remains limited.
Police seeking public assistance
Two Grant County residents arrested in traffic stop
Driver Alberto Alejandro Martinez, 32, of Moses Lake, and passenger Jose Joel Helguera Del Rio, 31, of Royal City, were arrested during a traffic stop, Oregon State Police reported.
Students at the high school and middle schools are awaiting the results of Saturday’s annual science fair.
A Lower Valley police chief plead not guilty today to charges resulting from domestic violence allegations last May.
The Police Department’s new dispatcher is settling into her new duties.
Interim chief previously subject of investigation
The city’s interim police chief brings with him a quarter century of law enforcement experience.
School district seeks input from residents
Taking a second step in a multi-phase plan to improve schools, an open house last night gave community members the chance to ask questions and offer comment.
A 14-year-old wants to install a doggie fountain and waste station at the city park.
One of Washington’s first marijuana retailers is in danger of losing its state license.
From vineyard to tasting room, Boyles living beyond the dream
The winery owner and winemaker of one successful Eastern Washington winery didn’t plan on making his own wines.
An Outlook man and two co-defendants are facing a number of charges from a drug bust last Friday.
North Meyers Road closed indefinitely
The Yakima River is expected to recede below flood stage, but impacts from last week’s flooding continue.
Elementary school construction project on time
Spring-like weather brings with it challenges like lots of mud.
Meyers Bridge washes out
Motorists planning to use Interstate 82, Exit 52 to get to Toppenish will need to plan an alternative route.
Volunteer force down by more than half
The police department is looking for volunteers interested in serving the community.