February 9, 2016
February 9, 2016
Santa Claus is handing out information to state employees that could lead to more money in their paychecks.
The Sunnyside Stokes Burger Ranch’s sign is again towering over the restaurant at 706 Yakima Valley Hwy.
Rose Marie Wrung will close the doors on her South Sixth Street family counseling office at the end of the month after 14 years in the same location.
A project to convert maintenance and technology offices into an oncology treatment clinic received the green light from city building officials last month.
The closure of Sixth Street at the intersection of Harrison Avenue is happening at a good time for Harold’s Repair and Rental.
The Chamber of Commerce wants the community to help choose the logo for its 75th anniversary in 2016.
Grandview woman selected
As the Chamber of Commerce prepares for its 75th anniversary in 2016, it will do so with a new executive director on board.
Memorial Family of Services’ Comprehensive Cancer Care has received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Cancer.
Shopko will give away two Facebook fans eight tickets each to a private suite at Lambeau Field for a Green Bay Packers game.
The Agriculture and Forestry Education Foundation is seeking leadership program candidates.
This coming Friday, Dutch Brothers coffee stands in the Yakima Valley, including the local one at 2630 Yakima Valley Hwy., will mark the annual Buck for Kids day.
The Chamber of Commerce’s former home at 451 S. Sixth St. wasn’t vacant for long.
The Port of Sunnyside is doing its part to help improve downtown.
Open house set for Nov. 30
For nearly 25 years, Greg Robertson has been the Bleyhl Farm Service, Inc. general manager.
When will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates?