Mabton police report that no one was injured in a Friday night one-vehicle accident near the 400 block of Vance Road.
Officers in Grandview investigated a report of graffiti yesterday morning (Monday) in the 600 block of West Third Street.
Sunnyside police arrested an elderly man at Walmart yesterday afternoon (Monday) after he allegedly grabbed the buttocks of a 17-year-old female in the store.
Sunnyside firemen have responded to seven emergency aid calls during the past 24 hours.
The regular meeting of the Grandview City Council scheduled for tonight, Dec. 23, has been canceled due to a lack of agenda items.
A Sunnyside’s family’s Christmas was nearly ruined due to a doghouse catching fire in the 200 block of Nicolai Avenue just before noon yesterday (Monday).
The Sunnyside School Board last week accepted the work on Sunnyside High School’s addition as complete.
The new schedule for Sunnyside School District’s middle schools is working and teachers do not want to change back, according to administrators from both schools.
The Sunnyside School Board approved the district’s five-year affirmative action plan last week.
The Sunnyside School Board of Directors re-elected Rocky Simmons as president and elected Sandra Linde as vice president at last week’s meeting.
In action last night, Monday, Port of Sunnyside commissioners agreed to waive late fees totaling a little more than $1,400.
Gary Holwegner, Port of Sunnyside spray field manager, shares with port commissioners last night, Monday, that crews are tending to seasonal duties such as supply inventory and building maintenance due to recent rains.
With work wrapping up on the Port of Sunnyside’s anaerobic digester, commissioners approved what will likely be the project’s final change order with contractor Apollo Construction.
Rising rates of obesity and physical inactivity threaten Americans’ quality of life, even as Americans progressed in several key health metrics in 2014, according to the landmark 25th anniversary edition of “America’s Health Rankings: A Call to Action for Individuals & Their Communities.”
Thanks to the efforts of Carol Carrillo and her Life Savers organization, on Monday the Sunnyside woman donated $4,000 to the American Cancer Society.
Students in the welding and nursing classes at YV-Tech in Sunnyside spent the last day before winter break learning how to make rings from vintage spoons.
The first thing Vernita “Dolly” Coffey plans to do in her retirement is to spoil her husband, Calvin, and her five beautiful grandchildren.
The Sunnyside Fire Department was on hand to collect toys for needy Sunnyside families at the annual Sunnyside Nouvella Club tea held last week at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
The best computer security standards in the world will not work if the people in charge don’t put them into action.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced last week that greater protection is now available from the Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program for crops that traditionally have been ineligible for federal crop insurance.