Flags in the state of Washington and in Sunnyside will be lowered to half-staff to honor the victims of the Oso mudslide.
The Sunnyside City Council authorized the renewal of an annual agreement with Zoll Medical Corporation...
The Sunnyside City Council last night, Monday, approved a contract with Culbert Construction, Inc.
The salary matrix for the Sunnyside Police Department’s new commander position was approved by the city council at Monday night’s meeting.
An agreement with Sunnyside Community Hospital for funding for ambulance transport services was approved...
A request from the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce for assistance from the city during the city’s annual Cinco de Mayo event was approved Monday night by city council.
The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs will perform an assessment...
Former Councilman Bruce Epps was appointed to the Sunnyside Planning Commission Monday night.
The 2014 Ag Connection event will be held at the Radio KNDA Plaza in Granger this coming Wednesday, April 16, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
The Grandview City Council Tuesday authorized the mayor to sell surplus dirt that has been stockpiled as the result of its Bonnieview Road improvement project.
The city of Grandview received two recommendations from the state auditor for additions to its policies that were Tuesday approved by city council.
In action yesterday, Tuesday, the SVID board of directors approved equipment rental rates for 2014.
The irrigation watering season is underway, and so far things are looking good for the supply.
The Sunnyside High School class of 2014 senior parent boosters are meeting Wednesday, April 9, at the SHS commons to continue planning the senior class graduation party.
The United Reformed Church of Sunnyside is inviting the public to an ordination service for their new pastor, Jordan Huff.