The Regal Majesty Pageant for a fourth consecutive year will be held in Sunnyside in conjunction with Sunshine Days on Friday, Sept. 18, at the Sunnyside Community Center.
State health officials are requesting public feedback on plans to use state funds on tobacco and marijuana education and youth prevention work.
Sunnyside’s Audrina Campos, 7, has donated 12 inches of her hair to Pantene’s hair organization that accepts children’s shorn hair for wigs.
Police in Grandview received few calls yesterday, Wednesday.
More than half the calls Yakima County Sheriff deputies received from the Lower Valley yesterday (Wednesday) involved reports of animal problems, including two incidents of cows in roadways.
A gas leak in the 1800 block of East Edison Avenue this past Tuesday morning gave Sunnyside firemen small cause for concern as the leak was quickly discovered and contained.
Since yesterday (Wednesday) police in Sunnyside have been alerted to a theft in the 500 block of North Fourth Street.
A charge of murder in the first degree was filed in Franklin County Superior Court yesterday (Wednesday) against Santos Flores-Alcaide of Grandview and Enrique Alcaide of Sunnyside.
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced yesterday that his office has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Energy and its contractor, Washington River Protection Solutions, alleging hazardous tank vapors at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation pose a serious risk to workers at the site.
It’s unknown yet what will eventually dot the horizon and be constructed on a stretch of land that still bears a few old apartments, a storefront and what was once a church in Grandview.
Planned Parenthood, the Middle East and presidential politics were all on the table during U.S. Congressman Dan Newhouse’s appearance at the Grandview Rotary’s luncheon meeting Wednesday.
The staff and administration at Sunnyside Prestige Care & Rehabilitation facility are celebrating the news that the long-term care facility has earned a perfect grade for services to its patients.
Cold War Patriots, a membership-based, non-profit organization, has organized a series of four town hall meetings to inform the community on issues which may affect current and former Hanford workers.
An 18-man delegation of Texas State Farm Bureau members stopped for lunch in Sunnyside this past Monday at Snipes Mountain Brewery and Restaurant during one leg of a three-state visit to the Pacific Northwest.
SVID readies for projects in winter months
The mercury may still be hovering near 80 degrees, but the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District is prepping for this coming winter’s ambitious to-do list.
An attempt by the Grandview School District to get some of the fees related to a settlement with a deaf student dismissed resulted in reducing the district’s total bill by only about $8,000.
Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Tuesday) been alerted to two thefts.
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies cited a dog owner in the 1300 block of Braden Road near Grandview yesterday afternoon (Tuesday) after a biting incident.
Police in Grandview have been alerted to a graffiti incident in the 200 block of Elm Street, reported yesterday morning (Tuesday).
For every student absent from class, there are a hundred reasons for missing school.