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.
Not all families have the warmest, happiest of holidays each year.
President Barack Obama this past Friday signed into law a tax bill that enables Washingtonians to claim the state and local sales tax deduction on their 2014 federal income taxes.
Last Friday at about 9 p.m. a Grandview police officer working a DUI emphasis patrol attempted to stop a silver Toyota Scion that was traveling erratically eastbound on West Second Street.
Nearly two dozen malicious mischief incidents, most of which involved graffiti taggings, have been called in to the Sunnyside Police Department since last Friday.
Even though the Sunnyside School District’s athletic levy went down to defeat in last month’s General Election, the district still needs to deal with pressing issues with its facilities for student-athletes.
More than 18 months ago the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) inked a consent order with five Lower Valley dairies to address sources of nitrate contamination in the groundwater.
In a fundraiser for the Sunnyside High School leadership program’s Relay for Life team, Santa Claus (Fabian Torres) visited the school at lunch yesterday, Thursday.
Gov. Jay Inslee, yesterday declaring “…it is time to reinvest in Washington,” released the details on the nearly $40 billion, 2015-17 budget he is proposing for the state of Washington.
Fall and winter usher in holiday travel and gatherings that create an opportunity for flu and other viruses to spread. But, according to state officials, there’s still time to get vaccinated to help avoid getting the flu while spending time with loved ones and friends this holiday season.
Three Sunnyside teenage males were arrested Thursday in Sunnyside in connection with a series of armed robberies that began in Yakima in late October.
Police in Grandview started the day yesterday (Thursday) with a report of a theft in the 300 block of Wilson Highway and a burglary report from the 600 block of East Third Street.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies handled nine calls from the Lower Valley yesterday (Thursday), including three automatic alarms.