DJ Paul doesn’t set your alarm, but he’s gonna do his best to make sure your day starts with a grin.
Last week’s permanent closure of 80 acres at Rocky Top left an uncertain future for the trail system geared towards mountain bikers and also enjoyed by hikers, trail runners and horseback riders. Read moreQuestions surround Rocky Top's future after DTG closure
Plants were studied long before recorded history, and every civilization had its own unique system of naming. Read moreCarol Barany: In the Garden: Loving Latin Valentine annuals
Feb. 7—KENNEWICK — Over the past 20 to 30 years, Yakima Valley wineries and wine producers across the state have bottled a wide array of award-winning varieties that are increasingly available for the public to p… Read moreWine tasting with a side of scenery: WA wine conference delves into demand for experiences
Four Yakima Valley organizations have joined together to present a daylong conference on Feb. 16 to help businesses navigate hiring challenges. Read moreYakima event to address post-COVID hiring challenges
The Toppenish school board placed John M. Cerna on paid, non-disciplinary administrative leave at its meeting Wednesday night. Read moreToppenish school Superintendent John Cerna placed on paid administrative leave
If you aren’t a gardener yet, you may look at all the digging, hoeing and raking we do as nothing more than “outdoor housework.” Sure, it’s a lot of work. And I’ve watered my garden with bitter tears when all my efforts yielded nothing but failure. Read moreGardening doesn't just work the soil — it builds muscles and strengthens the soul