SELAH — Voters living in the Selah School District will again decide whether public funds will be used to operate the Selah Aquatic Center.
Julia Hart and Mike Farmer are tied in their Sunnyside City Council race, as are council candidates Tony Guzman and Frances Ayres in Wapato.
Yakima City Council candidate Kenton Gartrell is accusing Councilwoman Dulce Gutierrez and others of racism and “political terrorism.”
Eliana Macias is the apparent winner of the Yakima City Council District 1 race, meaning the council will not be without Latino representation.
A $10 million capital improvement levy that would fund new classrooms and a gym at Toppenish High School appears to be passing after more ballots were counted.
Yakima City Council candidate Eliana Macias is now leading Kenton Gartrell by 11 votes, according to the Yakima County elections office.
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WATCH: EDITORIAL BOARD INTERVIEWS
Incumbent Martha Rice and challenger Earl Lee answer questions from the editorial board
A proponent and opponent of initiative 976 each make their case to the editorial board.
Incumbent Alex Ybarra and challenger Steve Verhey answer questions from the editorial board
Incumbent David Matson and challenger Dave Hansen answer questions from the editorial board.
Incumbent Roger Bell and challenger Ellen Overby answer questions from the editorial board.
Candidates Russell Carlson and Crispin Garza answer questions from the editorial board.
Yakima City Council candidate Eliana Macias, who was 20 percentage points behind Kenton Gartrell on election night, has closed within a single point as of Friday’s updated count and now trails by four votes.
OLYMPIA — Fortified by a fresh round of late-arrived King County votes, the affirmative-action measure known as Referendum 88 briefly took the lead for the first time. But by an hour later, Referendum 88 once again trailed, as Pierce and other counties posted results in what has been one of the closest statewide measures in […]
After 28 years of public service, Sen. Maureen Walsh, R- College Place, told the Union-Bulletin Wednesday that she will be retiring.
The outcome of local races and ballot measures did not change when the latest count from Tuesday’s election was posted Thursday.
The Yakima County auditor dismissed a voter registration challenge Thursday against Liz Hallock.
The Yakima County Auditor’s Office had counted 21,795 of 39,291 returned ballots as of Wednesday, with more still coming in from drop boxes.
Incumbents Roger Bell and Russell Carlson were returned to office in preliminary results from Selah’s City Council election.
Kenton Gartrell, Patricia Byers and Soneya Lund are leading Tuesday’s general election results, putting them in line to join the Yakima City Council.
Former longtime Mayor Jesse Farias will return to the Wapato City Council.
Many incumbents came out on top Tuesday in races for leadership roles in cities throughout the Yakima Valley, according to initial ballot counts.