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Scenes from Selah High School's graduation ceremony at the Yakima SunDome in Yakima, Wash. on Saturday, June 2, 2018. This year, Selah High School ...
Selah School District employees join push for high pay hikes from McCleary decision Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH, Wash. -- Roughly 70 Selah School District employees and their supporters rallied outside the district office in Selah on Wednesday morning in the latest ...
Selah educators say they won't strike first day of school although they want higher pay KIMA CBS 29
SELAH, Wa. -- Several teachers around the state are fighting for higher pay including many here in the Yakima County.The Selah Education Association met ...
Ellensburg girls headed to District Championship after big win over No. 1 Selah Daily Record-News
YAKIMA — If you didn't watch the first couple times Ellensburg High School girls basketball competed versus Selah High School — you were in for a treat in the ...
High School Basketball Roundup: Selah girls eliminate Ephrata Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Selah couldn't wait to get back on the SunDome court after a tough semifinal loss to Ellensburg in overtime last week.
CWAC showdown: Ellensburg vs. Selah, winner takes title Daily Record-News
It's been a long time coming for the Ellensburg High School boys basketball team — but the moment is finally here.
Selah veteran Evan Mettie dies 12 years after he was paralyzed on duty in Iraq Yakima Herald-Republic
Army Spc. Evan Mettie was a quirky, fun-loving person who enjoyed making people laugh, his family said.
Cover story: Selah senior Jake Weber defines multi-threat Yakima Herald-Republic
When it comes to scoring touchdowns, Jake Weber has done it all. Seriously. No joke. There are six ways to score a touchdown, and as a junior a year ago.
Two Yakima Valley high school singers to perform Sunday at Carnegie Hall Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. — It's one of the oldest jokes in the history of jokes: A pedestrian in New York stops a musician unloading his equipment and asks, “How do you.
Selah High principal will be Columbia School District superintendent Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH, Wash. — Selah High School Principal Todd Hilberg was selected to be the new superintendent of the Columbia School District in Burbank, the district ...
Take 5: Tammy Allan, Allan Insurance Agency and Discount Travel Adventures Yakima Herald-Republic
Take 5 is a meetup with a local entrepreneur. Tammy Allan readily admits that the insurance business is not the most exciting thing to discuss. “Many people see ...
Yakima County students nominated for military academy consideration by Rep. Newhouse KIMA CBS 29
Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA) announced that he has nominated two students from the Yakima Valley for consideration to attend U. S. military academies.
Selah High School students talk about their inauguration trip NBC Right Now
From one Washington to another: nineteen students and two teachers from Selah High School traveled to D.C. to witness the presidential inauguration.
The Ellensburg girls basketball team is proving the doubters wrong Daily Record-News
For most of the first half of the Ellensburg High School girls basketball team's season, it sat on top of the Central Washington Athletic Conference with Selah High ...
Talia Lee McLain Yakima Herald-Republic
Keith & Keith Funeral Home. Talia Lee McLain, 34, of Selah passed away on Saturday, April 21, 2018 in Yakima, Washington. Talia was born on April 23, 1983 ...
Selah High School staff unstoppable on donkeys Yakima Herald-Republic
You'll never understand just how stubborn a donkey can be until you try to play basketball while riding one, as I recently figured out.
Jared Yoakum Yakima Herald-Republic
Jared Yoakum, 35, of Selah, moved on from this life to be with his Heavenly Father on August 23rd, 2018, after a five-year long battle with cancer. The world was.
Jeanette Marie Thomason Yakima Herald-Republic
Jeanette Marie Thomason, passed away on Saturday, September 1, 2018, at Cottage in the Meadow after an extended battle with Stage IV Renal Cell ...
Selah High’s Maggie Ballew had her pick of three military academies Yakima Herald-Republic
Selah High School senior Maggie Ballew is the picture of academic and athletic excellence.
Selah High School academic team advances to Washington State Knowledge Bowl Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. – A team from Selah High School will be going on to the Washington State Knowledge Bowl next month.
Ellensburg boys basketball have high expectations going into new season Daily Record-News
Height isn't a problem for Ellensburg High School boys basketball team.
Selah High School Graduation 2015 | News Photos Yakima Herald-Republic
Scenes from Selah High School's graduation ceremony at the SunDome in Yakima, Wash. on May 31, 2015. (11 photos)
Donkey Basketball at Selah High School | News Watch Yakima Herald-Republic
Donkey basketball is a longstanding tradition at Selah High School. The fundraising event consisted of two 16-minute games with students, faculty, members of ...
Phyllis E. Sheneberger Yakima Herald-Republic
Phyllis E. Sheneberger left her earthly home and entered into her Heavenly home December 18 2018. Phyllis was born April 3, 1921. She was the youngest of 4 ...
Classroom controversy: As state considers making all schools teach sex ed, some ask how young is too young? Yakima Herald-Republic
If you are a student in Yakima County, you are likely receiving education about safe sex, abstinence, pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections in school, ...
Editorial: Later start times for schools translate to better outcomes Yakima Herald-Republic
He cannot cite hard data, nothing at all quantifiable, but Selah High School principal Colton Monti is keenly attuned to the gradations of moods and levels of ...
Ellensburg baseball focusing on the 'details' for the 2019 season Daily Record-News
Ellensburg High School baseball team isn't focused on the idea of repeating as 2A state champions for the third year straight.
Derek Allen Karel Yakima Herald-Republic
Derek Allen Karel, age 50 of Selah, passed away unexpectedly June 18, 2018, after suffering a massive heart attack while playing soccer. He was surrounded ...
All signs are positive at ASL trunk-or-treat in Yakima Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. — It looked like your typical Halloween trunk-or-treat.
Mark Peck Sr. Yakima Herald-Republic
Mark Peck Sr., 66, of Selah, Washington passed away on June 3rd 2018. He was born to Walter Peck and Doris Kadlecik in Oakland, CA on May 27th 1952.
Dr. David (Dave) Harvie Poole Yakima Herald-Republic
David H. Poole, 67, of Auburn, WA crossed through the veil into our Savior Jesus Christ's loving embrace on Monday, October 15, 2018. He was surely ...
Sonja “Sunny” Lynn Taylor Glover Yakima Herald-Republic
Sonja “Sunny” Lynn Taylor Glover, 76, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Friday June 1st, 2018 at Apple Creek Family Home.
Selah decides not to delay school start times for now Yakima Herald-Republic
Selah schools will not have later starting times next school year, the district announced.
Carole Ann Valentine Yakima Herald-Republic
Carole Ann Valentine passed away on June 1, 2018 at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane surrounded by her family. After a long and brave fight with ...
A judge talked of ‘whether to live or not.’ State troopers found him on this I-82 bridge The Olympian
Washington State Patrol troopers talked a Yakima County Superior Court judge off an Interstate 82 bridge in July 2018.
Ellensburg softball looks to make another deep run at state despite losing a couple seniors Daily Record-News
The Ellensburg High School softball team lost one of the most prodigious pitching duos in the state because of graduation (Carissa Burgess and Kalli Fahey).
Ellensburg girls looking to finish strong after tough road losses Daily Record-News
Nobody expected the Ellensburg High School girls basketball team to be where it stands now.
ASB presidents: Hail to the (high school) chiefs Yakima Herald-Republic
By Alexis Weber, Davis High School. East Valley High School ASB president Rachel Maxfield says it with a bit of pride in her voice: “Even though in East Valley ...
Ellensburg baseball battles Selah to earn split in regular season meeting Daily Record-News
The Ellensburg High School baseball team might not have accomplished what it ultimately wanted on Saturday afternoon, but it will take what it got.
Gary Raymond Fletcher Yakima Herald-Republic
At the end of his valiant battle versus cancer, the Yakima Valley lost a good man with the passing of Gary R Fletcher. Looking back over his life it is.
Selah seniors walk through their old school | Archives NBC Right Now
A real life 'flashback Friday' happened for seniors at Selah High School this morning.
Charlotte Field Yakima Herald-Republic
Charlotte Field was born Charlotte Pauline Ferguson on October 25, 1934 in Carthage, MO to Charles and Helen Ferguson (Brisco). She went to be with Jesus ...
Fishing with Family: Yakima guide carries on a long tradition Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Even though he grew up in Yakima and lives in a house overlooking the Yakima River, it's the Deschutes River that Randy Rice considers ...
Ellensburg girls season ends, but it's just getting started Daily Record-News
Once the Ellensburg High School girls basketball team finally made its way out of the locker room — all family, friends and fans could do was serenade cheers ...
Herbert Davis Alvord, Jr. Yakima Herald-Republic
Herbert Davis Alvord, Jr. (67) passed away on Monday October 8, 2018 in Spokane, Washington surrounded by friends and loved ones: Always, “In His Grip.”
Mountain monograms: Hillside symbols can convey school pride, religious devotion Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. — Some Yakima Valley residents hardly notice the markings on the Selah and Rattlesnake ridges.
Eric R. Aaberg Yakima Herald-Republic
Eric R. Aaberg passed away January 19, 2019 at Cottage in the Meadow surrounded by his family.
RSVP: Beginning 2019 brimming with spirit Yakima Herald-Republic
The final weekend of 2018 started with a Thursday night dribble and ended with a bang when the stroke of midnight ushered in the first day of another year.
Tieton Arts & Humanities’ executive director eager for an exciting 2019 Yakima Herald-Republic
Like many who step into the Mighty Tieton Warehouse, Amber Knox enjoys visiting the Tieton Mosaic studio, with its jewel-like tesserae and large reproductions ...
Dean Govreau Yakima Herald-Republic
In the early morning of October 27, 2018, Dean Govreau quietly slipped away. It was probably the only time this loving prankster left a place quietly. When he ...
Ellensburg soccer overtime victory sends them to state Daily Record-News
ELLENSBURG — The playoffs haven't been seamless for the Ellensburg High School girls' soccer team with an overtime penalty shootout victory in the ...
Selah School District dispute over wages | Archives NBC Right Now
There was outrage at the Selah School District tonight, involving the sudden change of a school board meeting this week.
Michelle Suzanne (Reiter) Hovorka Yakima Herald-Republic
Michelle Suzanne (Reiter) Hovorka was born November 25, 1981 in Edmonds, WA, the eldest child to Steven Reiter and Jill (Jesperson) Breeze. Michelle ...
Selah Vikings boys basketball rights the ship Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH — For more than a year now, the Selah Vikings have been the CWAC's marked team.
Two cross country athletes show great sportsmanship | Archives NBC Right Now
LEAVENWORTH, WA - A video going around social media is showcasing the true definition of good sportsmanship. The video shows two cross country athletes ...
Selah's Dac Archer shows patience, poise at the plate in All-State Series opener Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. — Dac Archer simply will not chase a borderline pitch and will not waste an at-bat. That's what growing up in a baseball family teaches you.
RSVP: Welcome to the Hall of Fame Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- The second weekend in June was a special one for the Yakima Herald-Republic and the Central Washington sports community.
Selah football team celebrates academic success at Tacoma Dome Yakima Herald-Republic
"Brains over brawn,” as the age-old saying goes. People can debate which is the superior attribute, but there's no arguing that this year's Selah High School ...
RSVP: Having a blast Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- “It's the ropes and the reins and the joy and the pain and they call the thing rodeo. ...”
Valley Sports Weekly: Nov. 11, 2018 Yakima Herald-Republic
Yakima Valley AAU. EARLY FALL LEAGUE. Results, Nov. 4. 2nd Grade Girls: KBC Mercado-Kennewick 16, Prosser Shooting Stars 8. 3rd Grade Boys: 509 ...
As new Selah pool goes forward, disagreements come to surface Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH, Wash. -- Leslie Brown and others involved with the Selah Dolphins thought the swim team was going to become a casualty in a dispute between city ...
Some measure of closure for family in Selah cold case homicide Yakima Herald-Republic
In the 87 years before his body was discovered under a Selah shed, Richard Burnett led a remarkably rich life.
Dennie Raymond Stewart Yakima Herald-Republic
Dennie passed away suddenly on Friday, June 15th, 2018. He was 66. Though he had suffered a stroke several years ago and was unable to get out and about ...
Evan Mettie, who was severely injured in 2006 in Iraq, laid to rest in Yakima Yakima Herald-Republic
Family, friends and fellow veterans, about 200 in all, gathered Saturday at Yakima Foursquare Church to honor and say farewell to fallen Army Spec.
Valley Sports Weekly: Oct. 7, 2018 Yakima Herald-Republic
THREE RIVERS EARLY FALL LEAGUE. Results, Sept. 30. Second-grade girls: Dub City Wapato 28, Prosser 8. Third-grade boys: 509 Ballerz Sunnyside 58, ...
High School Roundup: Selah softball sweeps Othello Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH, Wash. — Freshman Sydney Wells swatted a walk-off home run in the first game and had four hits and three RBI for the day as Selah earned a 12-10,
Don’t be shy: Yakima Valley abounds with opportunities to learn how to dance Yakima Herald-Republic
The music starts and you tap your toes, your fingers, your hands — anything but dance. Dancing with others, in front of others, can be scary.
Food: With a taste like this, Kombucha fermented tea must be healthy Yakima Herald-Republic
Some of you may have heard of kombucha, a type of slightly fermented sweetened black or green tea. But have you ever tried it? Until recently, I hadn't.
Milton Holt Longmire Yakima Herald-Republic
Born to Carl and Millie Calvert Longmire, in Yakima, Washington on January 30, 1929.
Lessons from a Kennedy: Unleashed team savors milestone meeting with former ambassador to Japan Yakima Herald-Republic
We see no new ideas, no bold action, no 'blare of bugles.' We see only plodding feet ... tramp tramp — and the Grand Old Party ... breaking camp.”
Nina A. Morgan Yakima Herald-Republic
Nina A. Morgan, 61, passed away peacefully on February 12, 2019 at her home. Nina was born on October 19, 1957 the daughter of Roy and Dorothy Orr White ...
Haskell Devon Toney Yakima Herald-Republic
Haskell Devon Toney, age 67, died on Sunday, June 17, 2018, in his home. His wife, daughter, and son-in-law held him as he passed. Haskell was born in ...
Donneta (Pyle) Mucke Yakima Herald-Republic
Donneta (Pyle) Mucke is now walking with the Lord after passing away from one of the many complications arising during her battle with a malignant brain tumor ...
Ellensburg boys basketball crushed by Selah at SunDome Shootout Daily Record-News
YAKIMA — Anthony Graham has coached the Ellensburg boys basketball team for almost two years now, but at the Wilbur-Ellis SunDome Shootout, he didn't ...
Prep Sports Roundup: Ellensburg cross country loses to Selah in close race Daily Record-News
Selah High School boys' and girls' cross country teams swept the CWAC league event on Thursday afternoon. The Ellensburg High School boys' team finished ...
Bel Canto awards three music scholarships Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Bel Canto of Yakima, a women's singing group, has announced three scholarship winners for the 2018 season.
Paul Matson Yakima Herald-Republic
In the early morning hours of March 10, 2018, just as peacefully as he would walk through the orchards, Paul Matson left this life to be with God. Paul was.
Away at school: Selah grad Gibbs named NWAC softball region MVP Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. — Talk about making the most of your final go-round.
Carlon Park playground in Selah closed after insurer identifies safety concerns Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH, Wash. — Playground equipment at Selah's Carlon Park will be removed and replaced due to safety conditions.
Olivia Martinez: Climbing the Ladder at Washington Fruit Yakima Herald-Republic
Entering the lobby of Washington Fruit & Produce Company's beautiful, open, and light-filled headquarters, I'm greeted by a friendly receptionist who directs me ...
Selah soccer starts slow but finishes strong in Class 2A state opener Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH — Moving past the first round of the state playoffs for the first time in school history, Selah's girls soccer team defeated Port Angeles 3-0 on Tuesday night ...
Grade level changes lead to later start times for Selah Intermediate Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH — When classes start Aug. 31 at Selah Intermediate School, third-, fourth- and fifth-graders will begin their day more than an hour later than school ...
Ellensburg baseball gives up three runs in the sixth inning to lose district championship game Daily Record-News
The Ellensburg and Selah High School baseball teams have seemed to replicate each other in nearly every way.
Look who’s coming back to lead Burbank schools Tri-City Herald
Columbia School District in Burbank picked the new head of the district to replace the current leader Lou Gates. Todd Hilberg worked at the district for several ...
Selah, Mabton schools count the benefits of dual language programs Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH, Wash. -- Spanish remains a work in progress for 6-year-old Brianne Hull, who can count to 20 and identify some colors.
William J “Bill” Weed Yakima Herald-Republic
William J “Bill” Weed, 86 years old, was a long-time resident of Yakima, and surrounded by his family passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, March 24, ...
Herald-Republic welcomes WWU student for internship Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. — Western Washington University student Colton Redtfeldt has joined the Yakima Herald-Republic for a summer internship.
Carl Eugene “Gene” Nalley Yakima Herald-Republic
NALLEY, Carl Eugene “Gene” age 80, of Selah, WA passed away early Sunday, July 2, 2017 in the presence of loved ones. He was in the comfort of his home,
Ellensburg girl's soccer headed to CWAC Championship after penalty shootout victory against Ephrata Daily Record-News
It was a year ago that the Ellensburg High School girls' soccer team was in the exact same scenario.
Ellensburg baseball focuses solely on themselves heading into series with Selah Daily Record-News
At the start of every season, Ellensburg High School baseball coach Todd Gibson asks his players to write personal and team goals they would like to ...
A Family Found: Jim Heintz Discovers a Daughter in Vietnam Yakima Herald-Republic
When Mikal showed me the photos of Linh and presented the facts, I knew she was mine.”
Prosser stuns Ellensburg in district semifinals Daily Record-News
YAKIMA – It's no question that this season Prosser High School boys basketball has Ellensburg High School's number.
Grant and Franklin take similar paths to EHS basketball Daily Record-News
In the spring, summer and fall, or what you could call the offseason for high school basketball, it would be a rare sighting if you drove by Wyatt Franklin's house.
Selah mayor wants 4 more years; challenger says job needs to be more visible Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH -- Mayor John Gawlik wants Selah voters to give him just four more years to serve.
Richard K Waters (Dick) Yakima Herald-Republic
Richard K Waters (Dick), age 93, surrounded by family, passed away peacefully at Willow Springs Care on December 16th, 2018. Dick was born in Hunters ...
Linda Marie Gardner Yakima Herald-Republic
Linda Marie Gardner, age 64, died peacefully on Monday, July 23, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer. Linda was born on April 23, 1954, in Yakima, ...
Cousins thrive off each other, helping Bulldogs exceed expectations Daily Record-News
If the back door at Ellensburg High School gymnasium was open after hours, there isn't a moment of doubt that the first person to take advantage of it would be.
Lacrosse club aims to spread interest in sport Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Lacrosse, famous for being “the fastest sport on two feet” and widely popular in the eastern United States, is said to have been invented by ...
Selah residents rally to help struggling couple raising great-grandson Yakima Herald-Republic
SELAH — When Karen Rex wrote on Facebook Monday how a charity worker rejected her plea for a present to give her great-grandson for his first Christmas, ...
Local Gold Star family: ‘They say time heals, but it just doesn’t’ Q13 News Seattle
SELAH, WA-- Getting a gold star is a designation no family wants. Aaron Blanchard was killed in Puli Alam, Afghanistan, on April 23, 2013. He was a proud ...
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