Couple has adopted six children
When 1994 Sunnyside High School graduate Deena Alaniz, decided to start her family in 1998, she was devastated to learn she couldn’t be someone’s biological mother.
Flags to be lowered for Marine
The city will honor one of its own today and tomorrow.
Candidates start your engines.
A local river is under a flood warning through 11:19 a.m. Saturday.
Layla Barnhart and Tyler Albano of Bickleton receive their bicycles from the Sunnyside Masonic Temple’s Books for Bikes contest.
A Yakima man appeared in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday, accused of theft from a local auto sales business.
The School Board meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday to select a project management firm for planned high school construction.
Gov. Jay Inslee is ordering all flags lowered to half-staff on Monday.
Precautions continue for 200 East Area
Federal officials announced there is no longer an emergency at the Hanford site.
Sportsmanship — good and bad — were on display Tuesday night in Sunnyside. As the local boys soccer team wrapped up its 2-1 victory eliminating Davis High School from the postseason, threats stole the show.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke did rural Eastern Washington residents a big favor last week by suspending all resource advisory committees to the Bureau of Land Management nationwide.
I wish every child could be blessed to have a mother like mine.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
Molina, Cumpston lead Spartans at sub-district
Teams in the Big 9 conference competed in the Inter-City Championships at Zaepfel Field yesterday.
Officials are still confirming results from the Northwest Nitro Pro Hillclimb competition at Dry Creek Recreation Area.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association is now accepting applications for the 2017-19 Leadership through Education, Activities and Personal Development Committee.
Results of yesterday’s sub-district performances by two Sunnyside Christian High School golfers were not available as of press time.
Two Greyhounds tennis players are named to the Central Washington Athletic Conference tennis all-league.
Registrations for the Valley Rally 5 versus 5 soccer tournament are being accepted.