The landscape outside Sunnyside native Jean Nisely’s North 16th Street home has changed a lot in 90 years.
The recycling bins at the Sunnyside Community Center consistently are overfilled, with items spilling out into the parking lot.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Northwest Farm Credit Services in Sunnyside will host the Providence Mammography Coach from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Sunnyside School District’s free summer meal program begins on Monday, June 15, at Sierra Vista Middle School, Sunnyside High School and the Sunnyside Community Center.
Ethnic face masks, prehistoric bones and sparkling minerals turned Chief Kamiakin Elementary School’s gym into a portable museum for a few hours Thursday night.
On Sunday, May 24, 1901, a newspaper was started in a small town in central Washington.
On Monday, June 1, the Roza Irrigation District will re-start its water delivery system after a three-week shutdown due to drought conditions.
A proposal to allow outdoor dining downtown will be headed to the Sunnyside City Council after the planning commission reviewed the language of a new code proposal at this past Wednesday night’s meeting.
The third annual Northwest Farmers Fighting Hunger Project next month provides cash and food donations to 2nd Harvest food banks, when demand for food increases during the summer.
The Sunnyside School Board formally accepted the work of Ednetics, a contractor assisting with the 2014 OSPI Emergency Response Grant the district received.
The Sunnyside School District has entered into an interlocal agreement with Hockinson School District, in Brush Prairie, that will allow Hockinson to purchase products from Apple Inc. under Sunnyside’s purchase agreement.
Summer school classes in Sunnyside will be offered Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. from June 22 until July 23.
Sunnyside School District’s supplemental education services, an after-school program for low achieving students, was reviewed by the board of directors at Thursday night’s meeting.