Other driver failed to give right of way
A Mabton woman on her way to a card game is suffering minor injuries after her car struck another vehicle Monday.
City plans to spend a little less than 2017
The final 2018 city budget adopted by the City Council Monday evening has more than $30 million in spending.
Members question why department needs 40
The Police Department’s request for 40 new tasers was sailing through the scrutiny of the City Council Monday evening until someone asked; Why 40? The resulting discussion made some council members uneasy, and they voted to table the request until the Nov. 27 regular meeting.
The coffee is ready again at 7 a.m. weekday mornings at the PMH Medical Center’s Busy Bean Coffee Shop inside the front lobby at the hospital.
Astria Heart Institute has hired Corinne Murphy-Hines as its new administrator. The institute is operated as part of the Sunnyside-based Astria health care system.
The newspapers are full of the top door busters at any business hosting Black Friday sales, even those which open right after Thursday’s turkey dinner.
Yakima Valley College recently completed major changes to the Grandview Campus, and now it’s time to celebrate.
District schools will be closed Wednesday through Friday for Thanksgiving.
Eisenhower High School, 611 South 44th Ave., hosts the 2017 Cadet Classic Wrestling Tournament on Dec. 16. Participating teams include Grandview, Sunnyside, and others. Matches begin at 9 a.m.
Cougar football fans encouraged to drive safely and be prepared for winter weather
The Washington State Patrol has extra units on Eastern Washington highways through Nov. 26. Troopers will be targeting motorists who are speeding, driving too fast for conditions and using cellphones behind the wheel. Up-to-date road information will be posted to Twitter using the hashtags BeSafeCougs and #AppleCup.
Friday is Scout Night at Toyota Center, 7000 W. Grandridge Blvd., as the Tri-City Americans go head-to-head with the Prince Albert Raiders.
The 2017 Santa Hoop Classic takes place Dec. 1-3.
Again this year, Yakima Valley Grand Cinemas and the Daily Sun are partnering to provide a free movie at 10 a.m. Friday and Saturday. The movie, “Sing” opens at 10 a.m. and runs one hour and 48 minutes, giving parents a little child-free time for holiday shopping.
The indoor yard sale, previously scheduled for Saturday at the city community center, has been cancelled.
Enjoy a bit of pre-Thanksgiving fun and get in some exercise during the Thanksgiving Party – Matinee Dance from 1:30-3:45 p.m. Friday at the Harman Center, 101 North 65th Ave.
A year ago, 63 million Americans elected Donald Trump as president. Energized by Trump’s pledge to enforce immigration laws and restore an immigration system that works, voters pulled off a historic defeat of mainstream avowed-open border candidate Hillary Clinton.
After half a day on the search for our grandfather’s grave in New Mexico, sister Fran, brother Bob and his wife Vicki, and sister Jen and her husband Tom were frustrated and hungry.
For years now, extreme environmental groups have had more than their say in limiting access to publicly owned forests and other lands managed by federal agencies.
“I had no idea that many men and women have served our country in our armed forces.”
I understand North Korea might be planning to unleash smallpox, cholera, and anthrax in our large urban centers—possibly by the use of people disguised as janitors.
A key election win for westside Democrats will likely have dramatic consequences for Eastern Washington — and most likely, not for the better.