Deadlines moved up
Federal officials want to limit off-road vehicles
The “preferred” plan for managing future motorized vehicle use in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest would lead to the closure of thousands of miles of roads and trails in the North Cascades.
Seven-year-old Eliana Espinoza goes for more fresh apricots at Bautista Farms food booth last night at Kids Day at Sunnyside’s Farmer’s Market.
Officials had 60 days to respond to lawsuit
The mayor, city administrator and city are named in a lawsuit seeking $550,000 in damages.
A deadlocked U.S. Supreme Court this morning upheld an appellate ruling blocking President Obama’s deferred deportation plan for parents of “anchor babies.”
Development brings 35 jobs to Sunnyside
A local company celebrated completion of a $97 million expansion yesterday with about 480 guests on hand.
Deadlines moved up
A change in the current triple-digits forecast is calling for a dry, cold front with breezy and gusty conditions hitting the Yakima Valley and much of Central Washington late tomorrow afternoon.
Request follows Oregon rail crash
Three state colleges participating in federal program
The Yakima Valley Pippins fell to the Gresham Greywolves, 7-2, last night.
Sunnyside falls to Selah
The Yakima Valley Pippins defeated the Bellingham Bells, 9-5, in extra innings last night.
Vendors are being sought to participate in the community Independence Day celebration set for July 4 at Clem Senn Field, near Sunnyside High School.
In an effort to bring a little school spirit and history to her library, new high school librarian Tammy Parrish is seeking old letterman jackets and sweaters.
There is still time to order tickets for the second Sunnyside Ale Fest’s “Brewers Dinner” tomorrow night.
Lower Valley Evergreen Girl State delegates are still unpacking from their experiences at the 70th annual political boot camp last week.
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