Crews hold fire line, limit growth of blaze
A suspect has been identified regarding the cause of the Eagle Creek Fire in the Columbia River Gorge, but the investigation continues, and Oregon officials are seeking help from the public.
Figures mirror last year’s area labor shortage
There is a shortage of farm laborers again in the Yakima Valley as hops and fall fruit harvests compete for workers.
Students were not injured in the crash
Students headed for school were not injured yesterday when their bus was rear-ended by a SUV.
Monday night football brought out local high school bands.
Once a lowly garment, T-shirt now a professional staple
A quote from a favorite childhood book, is the inspiration for the name and philosophy behind young entrepreneur Chelsea Dimas’ new apparel company.
The parking lot at El Valle Restaurant and Rodeway Inn on Yakima Valley Highway has a new top seal, smoothing out the craters and potholes between those establishments.
The Council on State Taxes reports Washington business taxes are 55 percent of gross state product.
The Washington State Department of Transportation says fuel efficiency and electric cars are making the gas tax an unproductive revenue source.
Grizzlies top La Grande, Ore.; Knights stop Cove, Ore.
Both Sunnyside football teams continue to be undefeated after non-league victories last night over Oregon teams. Meanwhile, Prosser loses, drops to 2-1
Lower valley’s 1A, 2A gridiron powerhouses square off
They had a shot to win.
Team tested against unfamiliar foe
It was their first home match of the season and the Spartans weren’t nearly as ready for it as they had hoped Saturday.
Grizzlies unable to score in second half
It wasn’t the prettiest Sunnyside victory, but combined efforts by the offense and defense saved the team Friday night as the Grizzles held off a Southridge rally to win 28-20 at Neil F. Lampson Stadium.
Miss Sunnyside Candidate
A desire to change her outlook is the motivation for Laurissa Ruiz, 16, to seek the Miss Sunnyside title.
For the past 10 years, the Cornerstone Assembly of God Church has hosted a special 9/11 worship service, a service that calls for congregation to cover the officers in prayer.
A “Walk in Their Heels: A Future Miss Sunnyside Candidate Experience” will be held during the 2017 Miss Sunnyside Pageant.
The annual Senior Citizens casino night has changed locations. This year the event will be from 5-9 p.m. Friday at the city community center, 1521 S. First St.
Those in freak-out mode who say it is cruel for President Trump to phase out former President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, edit should take a deep breath.
As Washingtonians choke their way through another month of raging wildfires, westside leaders seem too busy grandstanding against the Trump Administration to tackle this major public health and safety emergency.
The air is so thick around Eastern Washington these days that you can taste it.
All too often, it’s easy to complain that the area is suffering a loss of business and devoid of customer service.
Los Angeles County, the nation’s most populated with more than 10 million residents, is in an emergency state, per Gov. Jerry Brown’s declaration.
The Sunnyside Fire Department should be commended for its participation in the Sunnyside JC Penney “Back to School Safety Bash.”