The Mabton School District has added a new policy and will be changing two procedures that were presented for a first reading at Monday’s school board meeting.
Two people, Mike Lopez and Steve Templin, were the only personnel changes dealt with at this past Monday’s Mabton School Board meeting.
A last-minute request from Pam Turner of the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce for a street closure for the first ever lighted kids parade on Friday, Dec. 5, was granted by the city council.
The city of Sunnyside will be buying a $1 million fire truck from Cascade Fire Equipment in Yakima.
Sunnyside has accepted a grant from the Office of Public Defense for $45,000 to help the city offset the costs of implementing the state’s new public defense standards.
The Sunnyside City Council Monday night approved agreements for tourism promotion services with Yakima Valley Tourism, Northwest Nitro Nationals and the Miss Sunnyside Committee.
The Sunnyside Arts Commission now has a vacancy for an area high school student.
Public Works Director Shane Fisher said the downtown streets should all be open by the end of the day on Wednesday of this week, if the weather cooperates.
The Sunnyside Planning Commission voted 3-2 last Tuesday night to approve a petition for annexation and forward it to the county’s boundary review board.
The Sunnyside Ministerial Association will sponsor a community Thanksgiving service again this year for local residents.
An agreement between the city of Grandview and the Yakima County Corrections Department was last Wednesday approved by the Grandview City Council.
Ensuring that local children have a festive Christmas is the goal of the Sunnyside Police Explorers’ annual toy drive.
The residents living at the Sunnyside Housing Authority homes at 1500 Federal Way in Sunnyside will host a crafts bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 6.
Yakima County’s 2015 budget was last week adopted by the commissioners.