The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce threw open its doors Wednesday night to the community.
The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office regularly receives calls from persons who have been targeted by what is known as the “Grandparent Scam.”
Sunnyside High School science teacher Joyce Stark was one of four teachers nationwide selected to participate in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) leadership academy in Tokyo, Japan.
PROSSER – The theme for the Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection’s next monthly luncheon meeting is “Time for a Change.”
ZILLAH - Curtis E. Vangstad, a resident of Zillah for more than 30 years, has announced his campaign as a write-in candidate for the District Three Yakima County Commissioner post currently held by Rand Elliott.
GRANDVIEW – Gearing up for the 2015 fiscal year, the Grandview City Council attended a half-day retreat this past Tuesday.
It is about to get much more difficult to get around downtown Sunnyside, as the third phase of the downtown improvement project, involving East Edison Avenue between Fifth and Seven streets, will be getting underway next Monday with pavement grinding.
Rezone proposal for eight-home housing development doesn’t get thumbs up from Sunnyside City Councilmen
A public hearing on the potential rezone of a property on South Street just north of the Aho housing development did not result in a definitive decision from Sunnyside’s city council.
Little Rodeo Wranglers events open to all youngsters
GRANDVIEW – For parents and children who have missed mutton bustin’ the last few years at the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo, this year there is plenty of fun in the works.
The Sunnyside School District has not yet settled with Petra Inc., the contractor for the Sunnyside High School expansion project that began in fall of 2010.
The Sunnyside City Council voted 6-0 to give $7,000 in lodging tax funds to the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce for tourism promotion.
The Sunnyside City Council approved a collective bargaining agreement with the Sunnyside Police Guild.