An old-fashioned Christmas is promised at an open house at the museum, 704 S. Fourth St.
A ceremony to honor Lower Valley Pearl Harbor survivors will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday.
Donations are being sought to provide a free Christmas dinner for seniors citizens ages 50 and older.
A gala event to benefit the Sunnyside Community Hospital’s new cancer center will be at 6:30 p.m., Friday.
The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office will provide the city with telephone and radio communications as well as access services during hours in which police radio personnel are not on duty.
An interlocal corrections and detention agreement with Granger was approved by Yakima County commissioners last Tuesday.
Daniel Hernandez loves climbing trees. He also loves working with a chainsaw.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn has expressed support for a recent motion filed by plaintiffs in the McCleary v. Washington case.
The City Council approved a resolution last week urging the state Legislature to fund the John Wayne Pioneer Trail rather than close it.
Washington state’s first-ever wildlife fire liaison is a long-time Department of Natural Resources employee familiar with fire danger in eastern Washington.
Loading food for delivery to Sunnyside food banks are, left to right, Sun Valley Elementary School Vice Principal Ryan Kannely, School Resource Officer Joe Chiprez, school counselor Anthony Andrews, police officer Erica Rollinger and Sunnyside Police Explorer Arturo Casas.
Former Prosser resident will appear in court
A former resident will appear in Franklin County Superior Court tomorrow in an effort to reopen a decades-old, first-degree murder conviction.
Bake Shop to pay $1,500 fine
The Lower Valley’s second retail marijuana store has reached an agreement with state officials after it was caught selling pot to a minor.
The annual Thanksgiving in Wine Country returned to Sunnyside, with Cote Bonneville, 1413 E. Edison Ave., opening its doors last weekend.