Yakima Valley College’s veterinary technology and automotive service technology open house is 4-7 p.m., Feb. 2.
The Yakima Valley Genealogy Society will learn about Civil War guns and history at its 11:30 a.m. meeting Jan. 21.
Annual survey is Jan. 25-26
The annual Point in Time Homeless survey and the Project Homeless Connect are Jan. 25 and 26 in Yakima and Sunnyside.
Two Lower Yakima Valley students are among the first three winners of this year’s Heritage University’s Soar Merit Scholarship.
A legislative task force recommended lawmakers amend the statute protecting law enforcement officers from prosecution if they use deadly force.
With temperatures expected to top 40 degrees by Wednesday, a Washington State University meteorologist is predicting localized flooding.
Postal workers are asking residents to clear sidewalks and mailbox areas for delivery carriers.
Sunnyside Congressman Dan Newhouse voted Friday to repeal the Affordable Care Act, known as “Obamacare.”
Fire crews still on scene at 181 Factory Road
One dog perished, one survived massive fire east of Sunnyside
Week of January 16 to 20
Flags lowered for firefighter, former marine
Local homes, businesses and offices are honoring a former marine and a firefighter who died last Saturday in a crash near Naches.
At least three snow-removal crews were busy yesterday in Granger removing snow from sidewalks and side roads.
Peace march set for Monday in Toppenish
Snow days and two-hour delays have left little time to work Martin Luther King Jr. assemblies and observances into schedules.
Officers have discretion in writing tickets
The roads are in rough shape and that all-terrain vehicle in the garage sure looks tempting.
Environmental activist Hilary Franz was sworn in yesterday as the state’s 14th commissioner of public lands.
It’s winter time. And across the nation, many residents of towns similar to ours are using their snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles to get to work, the store, restaurants and other places.
A recent article in The Daily Sun (“Gun measure should be a no-go,” Dec. 16) took me to task for sponsoring legislation that, from an outsider’s point of view, appears to create a new law allowing for firearms in stadiums and convention centers.