The hottest ticket in town; the Eighth Annual Art Walk & Wine Gala
July is time for the Prosser Chamber of Commerce's 8th Annual Art Walk & Wine Gala.  On Saturday July 16, the historic streets of downtown Prosser will be transformed into a delightful garden of greenery, music and art. Yellow Rose Nursery will once again create an enchanted park in downtown Prosser complete with foliage, benches and fountains.

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Work begins on 10th Annual Halloween Haunted House

Support shown for new Grandview swimming pool
By Richard Burger
A small but very vocal group of Grandview residents offered some pointed input at a meeting Sept. 25, which was called to provide public feedback about the draft of a six-year plan for Grandview Parks and Recreation.
The gist of their remarks could be summed up in three words: New swimming pool.
The meeting began with a brief presentation of the draft plan by Yakima Valley Council of Governments planner Joseph Calhoun.


School district explains need for comprehensive GHS stadium upgrade
By Richard Burger
The Grandview School District will ask community residents to approve a $1.6-million, three-year levy to pay for a comprehensive upgrade of Grandview High School's Rich Leenhouts stadium.
Superintendent Kevin Chase said last week the total cost of the project will be about $2.2 million, and will include rebuilding and widening the track, replacing and relocating the lighting, replacing the grass field with artificial turf, creating a new drainage system, and removing the shrubbery at the east and west ends of the home bleachers and replacing it with a terraced lawn to provide additional spectator seating.
By Richard Burger
Zombies will be back in town as the theme for this year's Haunted House and Halloween Carnival.
That's the word from Haunted House creator Lonnie Hendrickson who picked up materials last week to begin work on the spooky attraction, which is in its 10th year.
Bleyhl Farm Services donated the plastic sheeting that will be used to help create the mazes and other elements of the Haunted House. Hendrickson said Bleyhl has donated the sheeting for the event every year.
The Haunted House will be on two levels. The upper level will be geared to younger children, and the lower level will be for visitors who like the more scary thrills.

 Watch for the special edition of "Our Town"
in the Grandview Herald ~ October 22nd, 2014!