Sunday Jun 29
Two dead after car lands on roof in canal near Toppenish
At about 6:15 a.m., Anthony Godina, 25, of Toppenish was driving south in the 1300 block of North Meyers Road near the city limits.
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Thu Jun 26, 2014
Car crash encourages Toppenish student to succeed
The Toppenish High School alumna, 18, finished in the typical four years. But her final year was anything but typical.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Toppenish hopes new propane school buses will save money
Toppenish has a couple hip new buses in its fleet. Running on propane instead of diesel.
Memorial Saturday for farmworker advocate Tomás Villanueva
The family of TomA s Villanueva will hold a public memorial service Saturday in Toppenish for the late farmworker rights advocate.
New Sears Hometown Store Opens in Toppenish
Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores, Inc. announces the opening of a new Sears Hometown Store located at 101 S. Toppenish Avenue in Toppenish, Wash.
Culture clash: Should school administrators, staff be armed?
Something of a culture clash is unfolding on today's editorial page of the Seattle Times and Monday's editorial page of the Tri-City Herald , with the Eastern Washington newspaper supporting the idea of armed school administrators and staff in the Toppenish School District, and the Western Washington newspaper calling the idea "a disaster waiting ... (more)
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Editorial: No guns in Toppenish schools
ALLOWING Toppenish School District employees to carry firearms is a disaster waiting to happen.
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Our Voice: Armed school employees right move for Toppenish
One such place is the Toppenish School District, where beginning in September, school employees will be allowed to carry firearms.
Sat Jun 14, 2014
Guest: How a slaughterhouse tour led to a long-standing STEM partnership
"What do you do with the eyeballs?" I asked, as dozens of them looked back at me from the plastic container.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
In Focus: Tomas Villanueva: a man beyond measure
Nearing Pasco on a trip to Kennewick last May to have lunch with high school classmates , I noted portable toilets in asparagus fields along “the rabbit trail,” also known as the Pasco-Kahlotus Road.