GRANDVIEW – Kathy Sharman of Grandview will be honored for her many years of dedication to religious leadership during ceremonies to be held at the Yakima Convention Center Saturday, Oct. 10.
GRANDVIEW - The Women’s Association of Bethany Community Church
World Communion Sunday, a celebration observed by several Christian denominations, will be held Sunday, Oct. 4, at 10 a.m.
The public is invited to attend a lecture to be given by international speaker Lorenzo Rodriguez of Miami, Fla.
Due to a lack of vendors and event sponsors, the first ever Central Valley Fall Bridal Show, a benefit fundraiser planned by the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce, has been canceled.
The Second Harvest mobile food bank will be distributing food at Grandview’s Immanuel Lutheran Church, located at 300 S. Euclid Rd., next Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Sunnyview VFW Post #3482 is accepting entries for the 2015-16 VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen scholarship competitions.
Councilman Jason Raines asked for an update on the investigation into the death of the Sunnyside police dog, Helios.
Sunnyside’s new finance director, Elizabeth Alba, was introduced at Monday night’s council meeting.
The Sunnyside City Council will be holding its annual budget workshop meetings on Monday, Oct. 5, and Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law and Justice center.
The City of Sunnyside now owns the Safari neon signs, and City Manager Don Day said city staff will plan on how to renovate the signs and put them on display, possibly along the walking path next to Fifth Street or at the Sunnyside Museum.
A presentation from the city’s engineering consultant on possible solutions to the South Hill Road speeding problem
The Sunnyside City Council has taken a “wait and see” approach to the recent state Supreme Court decision that declares work-related text messages to and from public employees to be part of the public record.
The Sunnyside City Council determined Monday night that the city ordinance that allows for sidewalk cafés