John Fannin

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Lower Yakima Valley digs deep

Municipal budgets and manpower are being stretched as Lower Yakima Valley cities deal with plowing and removing snow.

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Drifts make driving area roads nearly impassable

The cold, wind-driven snowdrifts north and east of the city are creating a moonscape on rural roads.

Detectives seek answers in Toppenish shooting

Local man killed in drive-by attack

The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office is looking for answers after a local man was shot and killed Sunday.

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Deep freeze headed this way

Some classes, meetings canceled

The snow is expected to let up, just in time for a another round of pipe-freezing temperatures.

Resolution pending in rape case

Two teenagers sentenced after guilty pleas

Two of three teenagers charged in a rape last summer have been sentenced.

Mercer named to agriculture hall of fame

Prosser man will be inducted Jan. 19

A local winemaker will be inducted into the Mid-Columbia Agriculture Hall of Fame later this month.

Grandview council to consider court extension

The City Council will consider extending a contract for municipal court services.

Two Prosser men die in crash

River claims firefighter, veteran

The community is mourning the loss of two men who died in a crash Saturday night.

School board to interview three hopefuls

Prosser sets up public meetings for Thursday

The School Board will interview three candidates Thursday to fill a vacant seat.

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Lower Yakima Valley digs out, again

Snow shuts down road, schools

The Lower Yakima Valley is digging out today from a storm that brought seven inches of snow.

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