GRANGER – The landmark two-story brick building in the 1000 block of Liberty Road was destroyed by fire in the early morning Thursday, April 2.
YAKIMA — In response to Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy Proclamation, the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office has decided that enforcement of the proclamation will be educational, not punitive action.
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Transportation is extending the deadline of removing studs off tires to April 30.
U.S. Marshall Gavin Duffy confirmed on Friday, March 27 around noon, the last inmate of six who initially eluded police, Fernando Gustavo Castaneda-Sandoval, 31, of Yakima held on a U.S. Marshall Hold, is in custody.
SUNNYSIDE — Effective as of March 26, trash being delivered to the Terrace Heights Landfill, Cheyne Landfill, and the Lower Valley Transfer Station is restricted to essential waste from the general public.
PROSSER — Due to the spread of COVID-19, the manner in which public meeting are held is changing.
MABTON — Mabton School District Board of Directors public hearing on March 23 at 5 p.m. to present the RAD School Improvement Plan concerning the Junior Senior High School Library has been canceled.
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SUNNYSIDE — As word spread that all sports for Lower Valley students had been postponed and practices cancelled as of late Friday afternoon, t…
MABTON — After 30 years of coaching wrestling with 27 of them at Mabton Junior Senior High School, Coach John Kilian has decided to retire from full time coaching.
SUNNYSIDE — Even with the state and federal Stay Home orders in effect through the month of April during the current coronavirus pandemic, people still must occasionally travel for groceries and medical appointments.
SUNNYSIDE — Recognized as the company’s longest employed individual, Bleyhl Coop’s Sunnyside fertilizer plant manager Larry Den Boer turned in his company keys today, April 1.
SUNNYSIDE — To aid with the increased need for COVID-19 testing, four sites have been established in the lower valley over the past week.
TOPPENISH — Following the Yakima Health District’s late afternoon announcement on Thursday, March 26, about the second confirmed COVID-19 rela…
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