In this digital age, businesses of all sizes are using mobile capabilities to boost productivity, increase sales and enhance communications.
Visitors can explore what Perry Technical Institute has to offer at fall open house on Saturday, Oct. 10.
Sign-ups for “Strong Families” fall classes are now being accepted.
A special presentation and training for helping children who have had adverse childhood experiences is being offered tomorrow (Tuesday) and Thursday, Oct. 8.
The Regal Majesty Pageant has been moved to this Sunday, Sept. 20, at 11 a.m. at the Sunnyside Community Center.
Boys in first through fifth grades in Sunnyside are urged to attend a special Cub Scout recruitment event on Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion in Grandview last Sunday distributed school supplies to the families of soldiers who are members of the 792nd Chemical Company based out of the Grandview Armory.
Taking to the stage at this coming Saturday’s 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside Pageant will be the winners of the “Royalty for the Day” drawing.
The Tractor Supply Co. store in Sunnyside will host activities for families and their pets, including pet adoptions, this coming Saturday, Sept. 19, as part of Pet Appreciation Week.
Due to a lack of a quorum, the Sunnyside Municipal Airport Advisory Board meeting was cancelled last night.
Yakima County commissioners yesterday (Tuesday) authorized the public services department to advertise for snow and ice control product bids. The county will open the bids on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 2 p.m.
LEAD task force officials included the eradication of a marijuana tree-like plant in the 500 block of Woods Road in Sunnyside in its “erad day” activities this past Monday.
A meeting of eight lawmakers later this month could pave the way for a special legislative session in November.
Individuals wishing to donate relief funds to the fire-ravaged area of northern and central Washington are cautioned to choose organizations that are set up to truly help the victims.
“Children of the Day,” a study by Beth Moore, will be the topic of a new women’s Bible study group now forming.