ROYAL CITY - The Port of Royal Slope owns the Royal Slope Railroad after Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill on May 18 turning over ownership from the Washington State Department of Transportation.
ROYAL CITY - Senior Daniel Rosas, junior Cesar Daniel Renteria, sophomore McDarra Von Stein and freshman Leslie Pena Garcia were chosen Royal High School students of the month for April.
CRESCENT BAR - Crescent Bar Islanders, who will remain on the island until about 2052, according to an agreement with Grant PUD, are planning to celebrate with a grand re-opening named Crescent Bar River Fest.
ROYAL CITY - If you've ever wondered what it takes to run a local food bank, volunteers at Royal City's food bank can share what they're learning and invite you to visit between 1-3 p.m. on Tuesdays.
ROYAL CITY - Thanks to the Royal Schools Parent Teacher Organization, Red Rock Elementary students were visited by the Pacific Science Center last Friday with a special presentation on the human anatomy.
MATTAWA - It took Lisa Lemons more than 40 years to become a teacher, and even longer to find the perfect setting in which to teach.
MOSES LAKE - Two 13-year-old boys were arrested in Moses Lake Sunday afternoon after allegedly causing more than $100,000 worth of damage to Hochstatter Electric.
Naomi Walker is presented to the pageant audience for the evening gown competition by her husband Kevin.
Hermilo Tlatelpa of Wahluke (7) has been named the SCAC East's most valuable player in soccer.
Port of Royal Slope commissioners attend the signing over of the Royal Slope Railroad to the Port of Royal Slope by Gov. Jay Inslee in Olympia last week. From left, the commissioners are Frank Mianecki, Davey Miller and Alan Schrom. On the right are Port lobbyist James Potts, 13th District State Rep. Matt Manweller of Ellensburg and State Sen. Steve Conway's Legislative Assistant Kimberlie Lelli.
Leslie Pena Garcia, McDarra Von Stein, Cesar Daniel Renteria and Daniel Rosas.
Dorothy Lee is director of the Royal City Food Bank.
The Royal City Food Bank recently received a shipping container for use as refrigerated space.
Lisa Lemons is the teacher all of the time, but sometimes the students, especially the girls, treat her like mom or big sister.
Nelly Ponce and Natalia Sandoval will graduate from Wahluke High School this year. They went to this year's prom, chaperoned by teacher Lisa Lemons and assistant teacher Jody Roberts.