Wine lovers from Yakima to the Tri-Cities showed up at Yakima Valley Vintners on Friday for the teaching winery’s seventh annual Teach, Tour and Taste event.
The 12th annual Show and Shine Car Show, is moving to Chief Kamiakin Elementary School this year.
A new restaurant in town experienced a problem that might be related to a recent city construction project.
Not only did the high school earn a prestigious award this morning, it now also has the state High School Principal of the Year.
The Lower Valley will be represented at the Washington State Geography Bee on April 1 at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma.
Meeting to take place Tuesday
The City Council will consider banning recreational marijuana businesses in the city at its regular 7 p.m. meeting Tuesday.
One Miss Grandview candidate hopes to show off the city to the entire world.
Due to a spike in interest, the deadline for free testing of private wells is extended to the end of this month.
Nearly a third of all adults in the Lower Valley lack a high school diploma, but a learning center in town can change that.
The Carl’s Jr. in Prosser will be the chain’s second Lower Valley store in the span of a year.
A new office building is in the works.
Water will be flowing in Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District ditches at midnight on March 20, with the first deliveries starting April 1.
Customers are heading to the city’s newest restaurant today, both to enjoy the food and to get a chance at free burgers for a year.
Silver Lake at Roza Hills takes advantage of its location, surrounded by vineyards, but only a short drive from town.
Candidate doesn’t let life struggles slow her down
A desire to show what makes her hometown special prompted a high school junior to become a candidate for the Miss Grandview pageant.
The demolition of a portion of the Meyers Bridge near town will be completed today, but the route will be closed until the entire bridge is replaced.
It’s almost time for the high school’s annual science fair and students are experimenting madly to put the final touches on their projects.
A race is forming for the District 1 County Commissioner seat.
A new assistant watermaster is on the job at Roza Irrigation District this week.
Borrowing from other funds
The city’s general fund is empty less than two months into 2016.
The new director of several Yakima Valley Farm Workers clinics in Grandview and Sunnyside says he feels at home in the Lower Valley.
Tonight the City Council will consider a recommendation to ban retail marijuana sales.
Learning math can be fun, and to prove it the school district is offering a math night featuring math-themed games and challenges.
The February special election results are now final, and every levy in the county passed, although one was a close call.
It was a night of farewells for the Groundwater Advisory Committee, as the group paid tribute to a member who passed away and said good-bye to another who is retiring.
Irrigation districts preparing for new season
Irrigation districts are finishing up winter projects in anticipation of turning on the water next month for growers and residents in the Lower Valley.
A deep love for her city and a desire to share it with others were two of the reasons Cristina Aguilar is running for Miss Grandview.
Fifth-graders at Harriett Thompson Elementary School are earning their way to a trip to We Day in Seattle one step at a time.
A tradition lasting more than 40 years is renewed this week as volunteers prepare soup and pie for the community.
The Board of Parks and Recreation’s newest member attended her first meeting last night.
Middle schoolers develop farm workers application
Two Harrison Middle School students were honored today as winners of the 4th Congressional District app-design challenge.
Funny Farm building sold for development
The city’s only contract liquor store is closing.
Teams from around the state were at the high school Saturday to compete in a qualification tournament for student-built robots.
The new Miss Prosser court will soon be making the rounds after a tough competition yesterday between five hopefuls vying for the crown.
The newest nurse practitioner at Sunnyside Immediate Care can lay claim to having visited a lot of places.
Parents in Sunnyside were impressed after a presentation last night at the high school, coming away with tears in their eyes and a desire to help others.
Judge rules for city, tosses Rand’s lawsuit
A Superior Court Judge has decided Sunnyside has a right to ban marijuana retail stores within the city limits.
Every tax levy put to voters in Yakima County on Tuesday are still passing, although one result is still too close to call.
Those looking for a non-traditional sporting event this weekend can visit the local high school to watch robots battle.
The public will have its chance next week to say whether the city should approve or ban recreational marijuana sales.
Soaring temperatures, both in the Lower Valley and around the state, are pleasant for most every day activities.
Brady first woman to lead local district
The Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District Board of Directors appointed an interim district manager yesterday.
Today is the last day for Lower Valley residents to cast their ballots on local school levies.
Bank opens Tuesday at new site
The Banner Bank branch building at Ninth Street and Edison Avenue closes Friday.
Board fills post formerly held by Jim Trull
Five candidates vying for the Miss Prosser title are preparing for the pageant, which will be held at 3 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, in Prosser High School’s multi-purpose room.
A rally is planned tomorrow at Millennium Plaza for a man killed Jan. 26 by Oregon State Police during an arrest of protesters near Burns, Ore.
More than 50 children turned out for a Star Wars-themed science camp at Sunnyside High School on Saturday, learning about the galaxy through the lens of a “… galaxy far, far away.”
A patchwork of paperwork is a temporary fix as city workers switch to a new computer system.
The Superior Court has promised to issue a ruling this week on whether a Sunnyside marijuana store owner’s lawsuit against the city will proceed to trial.