David Wood was familiar with the Yakima area, having spent a year here for the University of Washington’s MEDEX Northwest physician assistant program. His wife works as an emergency room nurse at Virginia Mason Memorial hospital and would update him on the health care industry here.
The Yakima Speedway was packed with fans last weekend for its annual Fall Classic and will be buzzing again this weekend with four-cylinder “hornets,” but its future remains uncertain.
While the Pacific Northwest is typically known for wine and beer, James and Andrea Alanis are promoting regionally produced rum through their Selah-based business.
Many hunters in the region circled Saturday’s date on the calendar as modern firearm deer and waterfowl hunting seasons began.
If you’ve been eager for new restaurants, your wish has been granted: A handful of new eateries have opened for business in the last week.
We’ve all had that boss. You know, the one who everyone walks on egg shells around. The one who has you constantly questioning if you will still have a job in a week. The one who is upbeat and positive about work and then completely livid or spirals downward quickly when something negative o…
Lillian Cassidy was preparing to retire as a medical massage therapist but wanted to keep her hand in the profession.
As fall harvests continue, Washington hop, apple and wine grape growers are expecting to at least meet last year’s production levels.
The former Shopko building in Union Gap won’t be vacant much longer.
Hogback Development Co. plans to build a second hotel at the Rainier Square development in Yakima.
The F21 Red store at the Valley Mall opened Monday as usual, but it remains to be seen whether it will be among the 178 U.S. stores that will close under parent company Forever 21’s bankruptcy.
The Yakima City Council wants to hear more from property owners about vacant commercial buildings.
￼ccording to a 2017 survey from the American Homebrewers Association, about 76 percent of the 1.1 million estimated homebrewers in the U.S. shop in two to three online stores five times a year.
Better Business Bureau Northwest and Pacific is reminding social media users to watch out for the red flags of online romance scams following the launch of Facebook Dating on Sept. 5.
You can say it runs in the family.