Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Monday) handled several routine calls for service.
Micaela Razo of the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy makes a presentation to the Sunnyside City Council about her organization.
The Mabton School Board this past Monday approved contracts for one classified staff member and five certified staff.
For the past several years experts and education leaders in Washington state have been working toward the goal of improving Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education statewide.
The Mabton School District recently advertised for bids from firms willing to provide dairy products to the district.
At Monday’s Mabton School Board meeting a resolution to transfer $100,000 from the 2014-15 general fund to the capital projects fund was approved.
Schools in the community of Mabton will operate on a $12.1 million budget this coming school year.
Ground breaking could start soon on construction of a new replacement building for Sunnyside’s Washington Elementary School.
The old Monson feedlot site will soon be listed for sale by Almon Commercial Real Estate.
Superintendent questions role of school board
With Sun Valley Elementary School Principal Janie Hernandez taking a medical leave of absence this coming school year, the kindergarten building will see two interim administrative changes.
Taking the video game player out of the family’s living room is Hazely’s Realm, a new lounge in Grandview created especially with the so-called electronic game geek in mind.
Attracting a field of contestants hailing from as far away as Pasco, the city of Grandview’s Parks and Recreation Department held its annual Threes and Frees contest last Friday. Held at the Grandview’s Community Center, results of the hoop shooting contest were dominated by youths from Pasco and Zillah.
Betty Brumley of Sunnyside contemplates her hand at the 14th annual Summer Cribbage Classic held in Sunnyside this past weekend.
A 16-year-old boy from Outlook, according to the Washington State Patrol, caused a two-car accident late yesterday afternoon.
Two Sunnyside men required emergency medical treatment at Sunnyside Community Hospital yesterday afternoon following a motor vehicle accident that Washington State Patrol troopers blame on a driver being impaired by either alcohol or drugs.
Since last Friday police in Sunnyside have been alerted to four thefts, three of which were shoplifting incidents at Walmart.
Angela M. Walker, 36, and her husband, Kyle J. Walker, 35, of Toppenish were killed in a two-vehicle crash in the early morning hours yesterday (Sunday) at the intersection of Meyers Road and SR-22 near Toppenish.
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating two burglaries reported in the Lower Valley last Thursday.
Police in Grandview arrested a 24-year-old Sunnyside resident after a three-vehicle collision last Friday morning at West Wine Country and Stover roads. The driver who caused the accident rear-ended a passenger car that had stopped for traffic, pushing that vehicle into a stopped pickup truck.