World War II and 9-11 heroes honored
American Legion Post No. 73 will host its annual Pearl Harbor Day Service at 11 a.m. Thursday, December 7. The observance will take place at Jerry Taylor Veterans Plaza on South Ninth Street.
Mabton man works full-time at his art
After 16 years of working as a welder, James Appling, 48, has found a new way to use his skill.
Businesses asked to sign up for program
Octavio Ramos gave up being a barber for a short time to operate a family-owned grocery store.
Building closed, city services have moved
Ever-widening cracks in the foundation and throughout historic City Hall have rendered it unsafe for occupancy, says Mayor Mario Martinez.
The countdown begins for the 29th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade weekend.
Students empty their banks for new splash park venture
The children’s penny banks are empty, but all for a good cause. The Roosevelt Elementary School students launched a drive earlier this month in support of the community’s Splash Park.
The band rooms throughout the lower valley are echoing with the sounds of music, students learning songs of the holidays.
He is a third-generation farmer, working the land his father settled at the end of East Alexander Road in the 1930s.
Couple’s winning bid takes them on trip of a lifetime
Witnessing two male lions fighting over a lioness in heat near the famous Kruger National Park in South Africa was about as up close and personal as anyone would want to be to the king of the jungle.
Fujiuras named PNWBA ‘judges of the year’
Ray and Melba Fujiura have been feasting on barbecue since 2010 when they volunteered to be judges at the very first Skewered Apple barbecue contest held in Yakima.