News for Tuesday, March 25, 2008



Sunnyside JC Penney store garners fifth consecutive Chairman's Award of Excellence

Sunnyside's JC Penney is part of the community, according to store manager Jonica Bridges.

Search continues for new city manager

With the application closing date approaching this Thursday for the Sunnyside city manager job opening, the city council last night prepared the way for phase two of the search.

Sunnyside High net squads' struggles continue

KENNEWICK - Both the Sunnyside boys and girls tennis teams lost league matches to the Kamiakin Braves last night.

Sunnyside seeks $220,000 grant for East Lincoln Avenue upgrades

The city of Sunnyside is applying for a grant/loan package valued at nearly $220,000 to improve a portion of East Lincoln Avenue.

Mabton opens door for non-graduates to participate in commencement exercises

MABTON - The Mabton School Board last night stated it has decided to allow seniors not meeting state standards to appeal for the right to walk with the class of 2008 at graduation.

Gang ordinance working in Sunnysid

Recent legislation passed in Washington state now defines what a gang member is, according to Sunnyside Police Chief Ed Radder.