The police department is collecting for the U.S. Marine Reserves Toys for Tots program.
Due to heavy fog last Friday, the city of Sunnyside rescheduled maintenance on the traffic signal at Yakima Valley Highway and East Edison Avenue.
This morning a Stage 2 burn ban was declared for all of Yakima County.
Emergency medical technicians were active during the past weekend, responding to eight emergency aid calls.
A benefit dinner and silent auction to benefit a local man suffering with Stage 4 colon cancer will be held at Sun Valley Elementary School, 1220 N. 16th St., tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Members of the Sunnyside Municipal Airport Advisory Board want a new airport sign.
First aid and CPR training will be held Saturday, Nov. 28, at the Sunnyside Fire Station.
Since the Affordable Care Act’s coverage provisions took effect, 17.6 million Americans have gained health care coverage, however, many still remain uninsured.
A Lower Valley farm will receive nearly $300,000 in state funding to help pay for a drought emergency well.
The Flat Possum Pickers will make their return this coming Sunday at the Gospel music jamboree at Grace Brethren Church, 428 B St.
Each year area churches participate in an international program to reach children with a bit of Christmas cheer and the Gospel of Jesus Christ all packed in a shoebox.
Extra Mile Student Center will celebrate its reopening from 1 to 3 p.m. tomorrow, Nov. 14, at its new location, 300 W. Second St.
American Red Cross receptionists and hospitality hosts are needed in Sunnyside and Grandview to help at local blood drives.
Blood donors are reminded to make appointments for the next American Red Cross blood drawing.
Army Private Luis F. Gutierrez has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.