Mayor Jim Restucci’s appointment of Doris Matson to the Sunnyside Board of Parks and Recreation was approved Monday night by the city council.
The Sunnyside City Council approved contracting with Rose Eilts, CPA, for accounting services related to the city’s 2012 financial report.
The Sunnyside City Council voted on lodging tax funding Monday night, following the recommendations of the lodging tax advisory committee with one exception.
The Sunnyside City Council agreed to create a position of financial analyst to assist Finance Director David Layden.
The women of the Grandview Church of the Nazarene are inviting all women to attend their two-day confab, entitled WISH (Women Intently Seeking Him).
The Prosser Church of Nazarene is hosting a special support group for anyone who has experienced loss and is in need of a caring environment of support.
Sunnyside’s Holy Trinity Episcopal Church at 327 E. Edison Ave. will host a Taizé prayer service at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 23.
Jr. Indelook Club President Dorothy Cullen will host the group’s next meeting on Tuesday, March 11.
If it’s Lent it must be soup season as Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Sunnyside is again offering its Lenten soup lunch program.
Yakima County commissioners yesterday signed off on documents that certify the completion of the Sunnyside maintenance yard resurfacing project.
Yakima County Commissioners Kevin Bouchey and Mike Leita at Tuesday’s meeting approved an increase in the budget for the Yakima Groundwater Management Area Advisory Committee.
Today, Wednesday, a group that includes Jay Hester of the Port of Sunnyside, as well as representatives from the Port of Grandview and the Yakima County Development Association were scheduled to travel together to Anaheim, Calif. for the annual Natural Food Products Expo West.