Daybreak Rotary members on Wednesday tour the future home for Co Dinn Cellars in the old city water works building at Grant Avenue and Fifth Street.
Three Lower Yakima Valley school districts await the outcome of a Tuesday bond measure for school construction or expansion.
Ninth Circuit upholds state’s challenge
A presidential executive order was struck down in court for the second time in a week.
Keane cites health issues
Benton County’s Sheriff is retiring due to poor health.
Quantrell had been interim since October
The City Council made it official this week when it named Tim Quantrell as the city’s permanent police chief.
When a country fails to defend it’s borders, it ceases to become a sovereign nation.
Things have changed a lot when it comes to wrestling in our state. Unfortunately, those changes don’t appear to be for the better.
President Donald Trump has actually done some good things in office.
The first time I placed my hand on the Bible and took the oath of office as a member of the state House of Representatives was in 1995. The atmosphere was charged with the spirit of reform.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
The High school DECA program will host multiple “Mock Competitions” beginning Monday.
The Prosser High School Music Boosters will have a fundraising dinner from 1-6 p.m. Feb. 25 at the Prosser Eagles, 1205 Bennett Ave.
The American Red Cross continues to need blood donations to replenish the blood supply this winter. Officials are urging eligible donors to give now.
The Benton County Cattlemen will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Benton REA office, 402 Seventh St.
Elementary school students will be raising funds for the American Heart Association Wednesday.
Officials planned to open the ski area today, but are unable to do so due to conditions on the highway.
Boys open district at Warden tonight
The Spartans advance to tomorrow’s district game against River View or La Salle.