A duffle bag was stolen from outside a home in the 200 block of Ash Street last night, according to Grandview police. The victims were uncertain what the bag contained.
Walmart employees and Sunnyside police officers are still trying to determine who took off from the store with three Dyson vacuum cleaners yesterday (Wednesday).
Juniors Miguel Moreno and Micah Binfet will represent Grandview High School at American Legion Evergreen Boys State June 21-27, in Stanwood.
The bronze statue of pioneer cattleman Ren Farrell is once again whole, thanks to the original artisan returning to Sunnyside to make repairs.
The Sheriff of Notting-ham, portrayed by Timothy Foster, and Robin Hood, played by Joel Martin, dual one another with swords in the Sunnyside Christian High School production of “Robin Hood…Sort Of” yesterday afternoon.
An estimated $162,000 worth of hay owned by the Veldhuis family dairy on Wasson Road near Grandview was torched last night (Wednesday).
Yakima County Auditor Chuck Ross isn’t sure how his office can make voting any easier than it already is for Yakima County’s more than 107,000 registered voters.
A year in the making, a draft of the Sunnyside city code pertaining to the airport was reviewed Tuesday by Aaron Markham, the city’s fire chief.
GRANDVIEW – Acknowledging the need to front load the Grandview School District’s capital project budget in order to begin work on the voter-approved Leenhouts Stadium renovation, the Grandview School Board has approved a budget extension.
GRANDVIEW – Monday, the Grandview School Board approved numerous employment changes based on district administrators’ recommendations.