Ike edges Davis in season finale

Eisenhower came from behind to defeat rival Davis 41-35 on Nov. 8 at Zaepfel Stadium, putting a cap on the season for both teams. The Cadets trailed 21-12 at halftime, but quarterback Jaiden Corbray led a comeback that gave Ike its fourth win of the season. Eisenhower finished at 4-6 overall (2-4 in the CBBN),... Continue Reading →

Top-Hi boys soccer team on the cusp of greatness

It’s go-time this weekend for the Toppenish High boys soccer team. After rolling through the Class 2A state playoffs with two convincing victories over Highline (7-1) and Ellensburg (2-0), the district champion Wildcats are playing in the final four for the first time since 2014. Just getting this far is a major accomplishment for the... Continue Reading →

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I've always enjoyed news photography, and the past few years at the Business Times have provided me with endless opportunities. Yakima Valley Business Times (2016-present) Feature Photography Agriculture (2018-present) Hood River Valley Sports (2001-05) Outdoor Sports in the Gorge

317-Acre Wine Tourism Resort Planned East Of Yakima

Wine tourism in the Yakima Valley will soon be redefined if plans for a 317-acre multi-use development east of town continue to materialize.  The Yakima County Planning Division signed off last month on plans for a winery-themed Master Planned Development Overlay resort that will feature more than 1,100 year-round or seasonal residential units, 150-200 apartments,... Continue Reading →

Stone fruits help drive Valicoff Fruit’s growth

The Valicoff family has been growing produce in the Yakima Valley since the 1930s, but the company didn’t really hit its stride until the mid-1980s, when it became Valicoff Fruit Co. The family-owned apple, pear and stone fruit operation based in Wapato, Wash., started out growing vegetables under the name Valicoff Gardens before transitioning into... Continue Reading →

Family always a priority at Evans Fruit Co.

Family comes first at Evans Fruit Co., a 69-year-old growing and shipping operation based in Washington’s Yakima Valley. The company started small back in 1949, when Bill and Jeannette Evans planted their first 10-acre apple orchard in their late teen years. Over time, with the help of family and friends, Evans Fruit has become an... Continue Reading →

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