The FFA chapter at Grandview High School will open its annual tree and wreath sale this Friday, Dec. 6, at 3:30 p.m. at the Country Park fairgrounds on Wallace Way, Grandview.
State regulators yesterday (Wednesday) approved about one-third of Pacific Power’s proposed $42.8 million electric rate increase.
Though winter snows have yet to hit the passes with full force, the irrigation water supply for the Yakima River Basin remains strong.
Parents of students in the Sunnyside High School class of 2014 are urged to attend a parent booster meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) in the SHS commons area.
Sue Jetter Consulting Services of Sunnyside will be providing grant/funding consulting services for the Port of Sunnyside following action taken by the commissioners during Monday’s meeting.
Port of Sunnyside lands leased to private parties received the approval for another year following the port commissioners’ meeting last night.
Port of Sunnyside commissioners will change their duties as of Jan. 1.
The Port of Sunnyside wetland/pipeline funding will be returned to the granting parties following action taken by port commissioners Monday night.
Following a 30-minute executive session, Port of Sunnyside commissioners approved a 6.5 percent raise increase for the port’s executive director. In 2014, the director’s pay will go from $85,100 to $90,600 a year.
After several months of discussion, Port of Sunnyside commissioners have signed a letter of agreement to formally join Sunnyside Connects.
YAKIMA – Yakima County commissioners this past Tuesday approved the $246.8 million budget proposed for 2014.
YAKIMA – The Yakima County commissioners at this past Tuesday’s meeting approved an agreement with the city of Grandview. The county will serve as the administrator for a federal grant recently awarded to the city for improvements to Old Inland Empire Highway.
YAKIMA – Yakima County residents will see a 1 percent increase in property taxes for 2014.
YAKIMA – The Yakima County commissioners this past Tuesday approved agreements with the cities of Mabton and Granger, authorizing the Yakima County Sheriff’s office to provide communications for law enforcement.
The Sunnyside School Board approved the adoption of “Goal Books for Kids” as curriculum in the district at Tuesday night’s meeting.