Cops say local sent meth to inmates
Officers are requesting 15 charges against a local man, who allegedly mailed methamphetamine-laced postcards to a state prison.
Workers persevere through 100-degree heat yesterday to pour concrete for a fire lane at the nearly completed Washington Elementary School building along Ninth Street.
City expects 400-700 for Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go enthusiasts will have plenty of encouragement to “catch’em all” tonight when the city hosts its first-ever event for the popular app.
Fee-free days offer chance to explore
The cost to enter national parks has gotten to be too expensive for many Lower Yakima Valley residents. Even nearby Mount Rainier National Park exacts a hefty financial toll for a one-day visit.
Whenever government gets involved, something seems to go wrong.
According to the Washington Post, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., is finally going to act on its long-held desire to delete the word “Confederate” from the inscription atop the columned entrance to Confederate Memorial Hall dormitory.
Movie night a prelude to museum tours
By yesterday afternoon, organizers of last night’s “Movie at the Museum” knew at least 90 people might show up for the featured film.
St. Joseph Parish is registering parishioners for religious education and sacramental preparation (First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation).
Forget summer – think White Christmas.
Pack up a picnic and head up to Jim Sprick Community Park tomorrow for the Nile Valley Vintage Trailer Rally.
The 70th annual Labor Day Harvest Festival will be marked with a 10 a.m. parade through downtown Sept. 5.
Learn yoga, zumba and belly dance at Hop Nation Brewing.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
OLDER AMERICAN NUTRITION PROGRAM
Prosser boasts more than 150 players
The Prosser Grid Kids program is in its second week of practice and already they’ve set the bar high.
Mabton will no longer be part of the South Central 2B League this school year.
The Yakima Valley Sportsmen’s Association will host the 67th annual Big Yak Blanket Shoot Sept. 17-18.
The 61st annual Indian Summer Golf Festival is set for Sept. 10-11.
Event taking place Sept. 11 at Black Rock
The Board of Directors of MERIT Resource Services will be hosting the Bill Hayes golf tournament Sept. 11.