Phone and email scams pretending to be from the Internal Revenue Service are not the only form of fraud taxpayers now have to worry about.
Gov. Jay Inslee is urging Washingtonians to be alert to the risks posed by use of fireworks this Fourth of July.
Summer fishing seasons are now in full swing, requiring anglers to make some tough decisions about how to spend their time on the water.
The fourth annual “Threes and Frees Basketball Shootout” at the Grandview Community Center, located at 812 Wallace Way, will be held Friday, July 24, at 2 p.m.
It’s a dream come true for anyone who loves repurposed items, antiques and other vintage items.
A week of community outreach and revival meetings will be held Monday, July 6, to Friday, July 10, at the Grandview Christian Church (310 Euclid Road).
The state auditor’s office is calling for changes in how DSHS handles fraud and accountability issues.
The business of the month is Café Grande Vue, owned by Amy Stroh, at 1021 W. Wine Country Rd.
Sunnyside firemen/EMTs have responded to 10 emergency aid calls since last Tuesday.
Sunnyside police have handled just one illegal fireworks complaint during the past 24 hours.
During the past 24 hours Grandview police have responded to 12 citizen requests for assistance.
Alyssa Ceja enjoys serving her community as a member of the Sunnyside Police Explorers, and said she feels she can do more.
Annabelle Alvarez (above at right) focuses her attention on applying felt to her cardboard figurine during this past Wednesday’s Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department Arts in the Park session held at Sunnyside’s Central Park.
Originally from Kentucky, Cynthia Lewis is finding Sunnyside very much to her liking.