Too much spent recently
Citizens here should not expect any new municipal projects in the coming months, maybe the whole year.
King’s famous speech recalled by the throng
The recorded voice of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s plea for justice filled the air Monday as hundreds gathered to pay tribute to the civil right activist.
Snohomish County would be site of opioid recovery
A pilot program that brings together opioid treatment centers, housing, and law enforcement efforts could bring reform to Washington’s policy on non-violent drug offenders.
Ricardo Meza, driving a Wyckoff Farms tractor near Mabton does some deep soil tilling in a hop yard yesterday as the sun shone down on the Yakima Valley.
Peace Love and Coffee owner Addie Sybouts of Grandview has opened a second coffee stand. She has taken over the stand at the Sunnyside Chevron Station on South First Street in Sunnyside.
A convicted 44-year-old rapist has relocated to the city. According to the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office, Jose Martinez now resides in the 200 block of Albro Road in Sunnyside.
New police officer Robert Gonzalez will be introduced and given the oath of office at special meeting of the Grandview City Council at 7 p.m. today at City Hall, 207 West Second Street.
The Prosser City Council will have a regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at Council Chambers at 601 Seventh Street.
The Mabton Vikings girls basketball team improved to 9-0 in league, 13-2 overall, with its 56-36 victory over Walla Walla Valley Academy on Saturday.
The Sunnyside girls basketball team improved to 6-1 in conference play, 11-4 overall, with a 59-39 home victory over Davis on Saturday.
The Sunnyside Little Grapplers wrestling team is selling Krispy Kreme donuts today and Wednesday to raise money for new singlets and sweats. To order donuts and support the team, stop by The Daily Sun at 600 South Sixth Street from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Sunnyside High School girls wrestling team has dropped from No. 4 to No. 6 in the state polls.
Crisis volunteer advocate training is now being offered at the Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services, 600 North Avenue, from 5-8:30 p.m. Call 509-837-6689 to register for the class.
The Harry Christian Cook and Blanche McLane Art Scholarship applications are now available at the Grandview Public Library. Call the library at 509-882-7034.
Several travel requests will be considered when the Mabton School Board meets at 3:30 p.m. today at the district office.
A special meeting to discuss the Prosser School District replacement levy will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Keene-Riverside Elementary multi-purpose room, 832 Park Avenue in Prosser.
If you saw the money that passes to elected officials out of the public eye you’d be surprised.
A new report that drew from Census Bureau and Department of Homeland Security data found that in 2016’s first six months, 1.03 million legal and illegal immigrants arrived in the United States.
Two bills introduced in the state Senate could limit opportunities for bonafide American students from Eastern Washington to attend state universities and colleges.
I do not know what city of Sunnyside council meeting Managing Editor Ted Escobar attended, but it was not the same one I attended.
West of the Cascades, urban Democrats are patting themselves on the back for their effort to correct the state Supreme Court’s Hirst decision, which essentially halted rural residents from drilling wells.
Malcom Forbes said that with the tax cuts we should see a 5-6 percent growth in the GDP. Just like in the days of the Ronald Regan tax cuts.