Granger man charged in kidnapping A local man will be arraigned March 28 after he allegedly threatened a man and held him at knife point.
Prosser extends pot moratorium The City Council will wait another four months before making a decision on possible changes on allowing retail marijuana stores.
Quilting comfort Eva Mitchell of Project Linus Yakima Valley shows quilting techniques during the group’s meeting yesterday at the Sunnyside Community Center.
County not seeking funds for flood victims County and state officials apparently aren’t seeing eye-to-eye on the community’s recent flood.
- Grandview man faces vehicular assault chargeA local man will be arraigned March 27 for charges stemming from a crash Saturday night.
- Flooding possible through FridayThe National Weather Service anticipates the Yakima River will approach flood stage by Friday afternoon.
- Council OKs hospital’s bid for state fundsExpediency overruled a councilman’s concern as the City Council approved a $2 million application for state funds on behalf of ...
- Little Grapplers head to OthelloSunnyside Little Grapplers take to the mat Saturday.
- Hoops Hysteria
- Rain disrupts tennis match in GrandviewThe Greyhounds tennis teams were only able to complete two matches against Wapato yesterday due to rain.
- Kiwanians set food driveThe local Kiwanis Club will accept non-perishable food donations from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 25 during the Sunnyside ...
- Democrats plan meetingThe 15th Legislative District Democrats will meet at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.
- Lenten lunches setBeefy Taco soup is on the menu today for Holy Trinity Episcopal Church’s Lenten soup and pie luncheons.
- Priorities, price worth another lookIn 2003, Democratic Gov. Gary Locke faced a 10 percent revenue hole in the state’s budget. He also stared at ...
- Don’t laugh at wiretapping claimTrump said, “wiretap.”
- Plan to attend a hemp hearingDespite the long winter, you might say agriculture in Eastern Washington is starting the year off on a high note.