Freezing rain, snow pack double punch
Snow-covered, icy roads led to crashes and interrupted some school schedules this morning.
A farmer, rancher, father and all-around family man is the way Graciela Gomez of Outlook describes her 100-year-old father.
His studio is tucked away on the backroads, far from the interruptions of city life, which is just fine for award-winning illustrator Herb Leonhard.
It was a night for of a job well done and a time to relax as supporters of the 88 year-old Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo gathered for its annual dinner and fundraiser.
The Nuestra Casa English as a Second Language classes have grown so much in the past years the organization has hired three new teachers to help those wanting to learn English.
Preparing snacks for more than a thousand elementary school children a day is a full time job for school district food services worker Joann Tucker Smith.
Larger study rooms and expanded recreational spaces are the first thing visitors to the Extra Mile Student Center notice when they enter the center’s new facility at 300 W. Second St.
While the world watched in horror as bomb blasts ripped through the streets of Paris last Friday night, relatives of former Sunnysider Darcy Staggers Liddell sought news of her safety.
Nothing says tradition like getting up early on a November Saturday morning to hit local church bazaars.
While Tuesday’s gale-like winds took out power, fed brush fires and toppled over a semi-truck in communities all around the Lower Valley, little or no damage has been reported inside city limits.