GRANGER — The community of Granger will continue to see upgrades to both its water mains and streets over time.
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YAKIMA — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Yakima has established a website listing the names of priests and deacons with substantiated allegation…
SUNNYSIDE — The city is just past the halfway mark in the budgeted calendar year, and funds are at or near 50 percent in both revenues and exp…
SUNNYSIDE — A motion to re-divide the amount contributed by each party for the School Resource Officer program failed when the vote split 2-2 …
SUNNYSIDE — Local casual wear design company “Stay Gold Design and Print, Co.” is about to take the spotlight during Fashion Community Week in…
SUNNYSIDE — Acting Fire Captain Mickey Gillie was thrilled to learn he will be headed to Maryland in October to attend the U.S. Fire Administr…
PROSSER — One of the lower valley’s longest serving, most iconic figures, a Prosser hometown boy through and through, has passed.
The following are the results of the July 13-14 AAU Regional Swim meet in Toppenish:
TOPPENISH — One of the American Hop Museum’s major fundraisers of the year is its annual golf tournament at Mt. Adams Country Club.
WAPATO — Renegade Raceway at 1395 N. Track Road is gearing up for its next event.
SUNNYSIDE — While the youngsters are having fun learning the fundamentals of tennis, one parent is happy her children are finding joy in the s…
YAKIMA — Racing enthusiasts can enjoy an evening with the family this coming Saturday, July 20, at Yakima Speedway.
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GRANDVIEW — When Gloria Mendoza closed the Vineyard Café about a year ago, she didn’t have a plan for a future business in the downtown space.
I did not know Roger Swigart. However, I have met and spoken with a few of his friends.
One of Congress’ most important Constitutional responsibilities is providing for our military and national defense. For the past 58 years, this has been a bipartisan affair. Members of the House and Senate from both sides of the aisle have come together to pass a bipartisan National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that provides for our military and our troops who fight to protect and defend us.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Yakima posted a page with a document listing names of priests and deacons with substantiated allegations of sexual abuse of a minor on Wednesday, July 10 — more than 17 years following the Boston Globe’s investigation of the scandal titled, “Spotlight Investigation: Abuse in the Catholic Church.”
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