Player records "grand slam" at local tournament
Voters narrowly approving Mabton levy
Nine students achieved a 4.0 grade-point average for the second quarter at Sunnyside Christian High School.
The Tri-City Americans routed Spokane on Saturday, 4-1, rebounding from a 5-4 shoot-out loss Friday to Victoria.
The Pirates boys basketball team wrapped up the regular season Friday with a 50-34 win over Lyle-Wishram.
The Vikings boys and girls basketball teams open the Central Washington 2B League District tournament tomorrow in Wenatchee.
The Sunnyside Christian boys bounced back from a loss Saturday to Liberty Christian to rout Trout Lake 72-18 last night.
The Sunnyside High School dance team pose for a group photo after earning a pair of Top 3 finishes last weekend at the Quincy Invitational.
Bank opens Tuesday at new site
The Banner Bank branch building at Ninth Street and Edison Avenue closes Friday.
Remodel now underway at former Arby’s location
Tasty, messy burgers and fresh-baked bread and other treats will soon be available at the newest Carl’s Jr. restaurant to open in the region.
It’s finally open today. Well, sort of, said Sunnyside Ace Hardware owner Dennis Allen.
For the first time in nearly 20 years the School District is looking for a superintendent.
Five requests for lodging tax funds were approved by the City Council last night.
Bail has been set at $75,000 for the suspect in a stabbing last Thursday at Agitation Station, 100 W. Lincoln Ave.
For the third consecutive year health officials are issuing a warning about Valley Fever.
A public hearing on whether to approve or ban recreational marijuana sales in the city will be held by the Granger Planning Commission Board at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 16.