Just before receiving a police escort out of Sunnyside yesterday afternoon for the trek to the Tacoma Dome, the Sunnyside High School girls basketball team is all smiles.
The fifth annual Teach, Tour & Taste event at Yakima Valley Community College’s teaching winery was a big success despite a rainstorm dampening the area Wednesday night.
Well, at least the new soccer field on Homer Street won’t be called Simpson.
A two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning near the 1400 block of Yakima Valley Highway caused a traffic slowdown, but fortunately no one was injured, according to Sunnyside police.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies handled a few small incidents in the Lower Valley yesterday, Wednesday, including a report of threats, two domestic calls and an automatic alarm.
A woman who got into an argument last night (Wednesday) and ended up throwing a rock through the passenger window of a friend’s car in the 600 block of South Euclid Road, then fleeing the scene, will be charged with malicious mischief, according to police.
Her travels as a Rotary exchange student may have been the experience that prepared former Sunnysider Emily Shuttleworth for worldwide adventures, but it was a recent mission project that has set her sights on her future life course.
Sunnyside firemen helped provide water removal from a flooded basement last Monday reported in the 200 block of Linden Way.
The Sunnyside Ministerial Association is planning its annual CROP Hunger Walk for Saturday, March 22, at 9 a.m.
The top science fair projects from Sunnyside middle school students were singled out this past Tuesday night at Harrison Middle School, with the grand prize going to eighth-grader Michael Condie.
PULLMAN – Washington State University has released the list of students who earned undergraduate degrees for the fall 2013 semester.
In the tradition of celebrating the beginning of Lent, Sunnyside residents Araceli Cazares and her young daughter, Hailey Garcia, stopped for “Ashes on the Go” yesterday.
Gov. Jay Inslee has directed the state Employment Security Department to deploy $4 million in federal funds in new efforts to put the long-term unemployed back to work.