Voters in the 16th District are fortunate to have the opportunity to elect Rebecca Francik as state legislator.
Don’t be angry with our politicians or businesses.
Uncoupling state timber sales revenue from public school construction funding doesn’t make sense. It is akin to killing the goose laying the golden eggs.
With Halloween so close to the November election, we may as well bring up the obvious link between ghouls and political hacks: Dead people are voting.
Sunnyside city employee Oscar Mendoza guides a blade along the Franklin Avenue sidewalk between Sixth and Seventh streets yesterday for planned improvements.
The Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center’s Casual Culinary Series will feature “Harvest Delights” at 6 p.m. Thursday, in the center, 2140 Wine Country Road.
The Noon Rotary Club is again selling beautiful holiday evergreens from the Pacific Northwest.
Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth will in concert at 2 p.m. Oct. 27 at Harriet Thompson Elementary School, 1105 W. Second St.
It’s time again for the Outlook Elementary School Halloween haunted house and carnival from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 29.
The High School FFA chapter will host a pumpkin carving event from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 28 in room 215 at the high school, 1801 E. Edison Ave.
Crisis center fundraiser planned
Any day of the week, Lower Yakima Valley law enforcement records reveal that domestic violence is still an issue.
The Spartans were one-of-two Lower Yakima Valley teams to win volleyball matches last night.
With just one soccer match left in the regular season, the Mustangs are looking at a postseason match-up.
A Congressman and his fellow Republican challenger will appear at a luncheon meeting tomorrow.
Borrego has best Sunnyside finish
Public can comment on concept tonight
Residents can weigh in tonight on a proposed $65 million, two-story high school with two gymnasiums and an auditorium.