The public will have its chance next week to say whether the city should approve or ban recreational marijuana sales.
Those looking for a non-traditional sporting event this weekend can visit the local high school to watch robots battle.
Soaring temperatures, both in the Lower Valley and around the state, are pleasant for most every day activities.
Brady first woman to lead local district
The Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District Board of Directors appointed an interim district manager yesterday.
Bank opens Tuesday at new site
The Banner Bank branch building at Ninth Street and Edison Avenue closes Friday.
Today is the last day for Lower Valley residents to cast their ballots on local school levies.
Board fills post formerly held by Jim Trull
A rally is planned tomorrow at Millennium Plaza for a man killed Jan. 26 by Oregon State Police during an arrest of protesters near Burns, Ore.
Five candidates vying for the Miss Prosser title are preparing for the pageant, which will be held at 3 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, in Prosser High School’s multi-purpose room.
More than 50 children turned out for a Star Wars-themed science camp at Sunnyside High School on Saturday, learning about the galaxy through the lens of a “… galaxy far, far away.”