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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Miss Yakima County visits home town officials

Grandview Herald staff
A former Miss Grandview Princess was on hand Sept. 9, to greet the Grandview City Council in her new role as Miss Yakima County 2015.
Jocelyn Baca made a brief presentation to the Grandview City Council to describe her responsibilities to promote the county at a variety of events around the region.
She competed against four other young women for the title, including Lecie Owens, also of Grandview.
By winning the Miss Yakima title, Baca is automatically entered in the Miss Washington competition, which will be held next summer.


Council unveils plan to sell Euclid Park to school district

By Richard Burger
The Grandview City Council took the first step last week to give Euclid Park a new lease on life under new ownership.
At its regular meeting Sept. 9, the Council unanimously approved a resolution declaring the park surplus property, and authorizing Mayor Norm Childress to sell or lease it.
The plan is for the new owner to be the Grandview School District.
Euclid Park is directly across 2nd St. from Harriet Thompson Elementary School, and is used by local youth soccer leagues.
The park also contains tennis courts, which have become somewhat deteriorated, but which are used for Grandview junior varsity tennis practice and matches in the spring.

Agreement for off-the-leash Grandview Dog Park formally approved
By Richard Burger
Grandview City Council gave its approval last week to a resolution authorizing Mayor Norm Childress to ink an agreement with the Friends of the Dog Park creating an off-the-leash area for canines. 
Friends of the Grandview Dog Park representatives met with the council in late August in a study session to provide a brief background of their activities since they formed, and seek adoption of a formal agreement between the city and their organization.