Sunnyside readies for winter weather
Public Works Director Shane Fisher is asking city of Sunnyside residents ahead of time for the patience that may needed at times during snowfalls this winter.
Building closed, city services have moved
Ever-widening cracks in the foundation and throughout historic City Hall have rendered it unsafe for occupancy, says Mayor Mario Martinez.
Thousands enjoy Christmas activities despite weather
If you are one who loves the Christmas season and weren’t at the 29th Lighted Farm Implement Parade Saturday, then you missed a spectacular kickoff.
A Centralia man will serve two months in jail after accepting a plea agreement for disseminating a video showing a former Prosser girl being raped at a party in 2016.
The Sunnyside Industrial Development Corporation Special Meeting slated for 6 p.m. today has been canceled.
Social media post alarms school officials, law enforcement
Grandview School District schools are locked down today following a threat on social media. District officials and law enforcement became aware of the threat this morning, officials said, announcing classrooms are in a "secure and teach" mode until further notice.
The next regular meeting of the Prosser School Board will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 12 at Keene-Riverview Elementary School, 832 Park Ave.
The Benton Rural Electric Association has had reports of scammers going door-to-door to collect on REA bills and telling residents to leave the “pay to” line of their checks blank.
After winning two matches, the Sunnyside girls bowling team suffered a disappointing night at Nob Hill Lanes against Eisenhower on Thursday. The Cadets varsity team won, 2035-1478. The JV edged the Grizzlies, 1344-1302.
Special Olympic bowlers take part in Sunday’s State tournament in Kenmore
For three local youngsters, Sunday is a special day. Noah Rios, Marcus Moreno and Brianna Flores-Galeana are competing in the Special Olympics State bowling tournament at Kenmore Lanes in Kenmore at 9 a.m. Sunday, December 10.
A volunteer led walk will follow Richland’s Urban Greenbelt Trail beginning at 1 p.m. December 10. The trail is an urban path that encircles the central city.
The Sunnyside girls bowling team is celebrating their second win. Tuesday night, they defeated Davis 1389-1167. The Grizzlies travel to Nob Hill Lanes against Eisenhower Thursday.
The community Winterfest and crafts fair takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, December 9 at the Kiona-Benton High School, 1105 Grace St.
It’s not too early to think about the New Year. Tickets for the Eagles Aeries 2729’s party are now available at East 100 South Hill Road.
The Mustangs for Mustangs is the beneficiary of a photo shoot with Santa planned at the Green Oak Brewery from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, December 10, at 1427 Wine Country Road in Prosser.
A niece in Pasco named Devrie has been rallying cousins to join together in Sunnyside on Saturday evening to enjoy the 29th edition of the original Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
It is time we change our thinking on Alzheimer’s disease. Too often Alzheimer’s and other dementias are treated as an aging issue, ignoring the public health consequences of a disease that someone in the U.S. develops every 66 seconds.
While the national media is fixated on the sexual antics of their East Coast anchors, and wealthy lawmakers, real news is taking place in Las Vegas, Nev., news that has a very real possibility of changing how public land is managed here and across the rest of The West.
Lower Yakima Valley voters have spoken on marijuana. Well, sort of.
Thank you for the great coverage of the Toppenish Lighted Parade in Monday’s edition of The Daily Sun.
Pat and I were watching Hallmark Christmas movies last week as we celebrated Thanksgiving.