Processions concentrated in downtown area
Parking changes are in store, as are parades, for residents and visitors alike tonight and tomorrow.
County residents are invited to apply to fill one of Yakima County’s board vacancies.
The School Board will select a new president Tuesday.
The School District will have two informational meetings to explain to the community the Feb. 14 facilities bond election.
The House of Representatives’ 2017 National Defense Authorization Act report will include regional priorities such as funding for the continued Hanford clean up.
A local man will be in President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet.
Sunnyside will be at its brightest and best tomorrow for the 28th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
As you head out into the Cascade Mountains in the coming weeks looking for that perfect family Christmas tree, take in what’s around you.
It was one of those ideas that, at first blush, sounded like a good plan.
Before year’s end, let’s have one sort of Kumbaya moment as we turn the page on words and expressions that have sort of worn out their welcomes in 2016.
Police make arrest in store bathroom
A Zillah man is accused of writing checks on a California woman’s account and several other charges.
Heritage University founding president Kathleen Ross autographs copies of her book yesterday on campus.
The film, Resilience: the biology of stress and the science of hope, will be presented at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Sunnyside High School auditorium, 1801 E. Edison Ave.
The American Legion Post No. 73 will host a Pearl Harbor Day program at 10:48 a.m. at Dec. 7 at the Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza.
The high school Drama Club presents A Christmas Carol Dec. 8, 9 and 10 in Arthur H. Smith Elementary School, 205 Fir St. Curtain time is 7 p.m.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
An Ezra Bible Institute course to introduce Bible students to the study of theology will be offered starting next week.