The Sunnyside Planning Commission moved ahead with the creation of an ordinance to govern the establishment of marijuana production and retail facilities inside city limits, during its meeting Tuesday night.
Vera Zavala surrendered her Mabton City Council seat earlier this year to serve as interim mayor.
Mid day Saturday, as this past weekend’s holiday events were happening all around them, it seemed that some pigeons decided to have a winter party of their own.
Dec. 9th- 13th
Carol Newhouse recalls a time when there might not have been a second annual Sunnyside Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
Having renamed the Sunnyside community float “Christmas Isle of Paradise,” the 2013-14 Miss Sunnyside court members, (L-R) Leah Diddens, Ashley Davis, Alyson Spidle and Tiana Perez, proudly hold up the plaque awarded them at this past Saturday’s Toppenish Lighted Christmas Parade.
Graduation rates soaring
Where Sunnyside High School’s graduation rate was seven years ago and where it is now are vastly different.
The annual Sunnyside Community Hospital Auxili-ary Festival of Trees, held two weeks ago, will go down in history as a very sporty affair. The event, held at the Sunnyside Community Center, saw a number of Seahawk fans decorating their holiday trees in the Hawks’ colors.
Parents of students in the Sunnyside High School class of 2014 are urged to attend a parent booster meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) in the SHS commons area.
Sunnyside is aglow with decorative lights, which means the holiday season is now upon us.
The final matter brought up at last night’s Mabton City Council meeting may well have been of first importance: Artz-Fox Elementary School has not been sent a sewer bill since 2009.
Sunnyside Schools Superintendent Dr. Rick Cole recommended that the district not adopt a school uniform policy after visiting five local districts with such policies.
Even with several expenditures tacked on to a draft of the 2014 budget the Grandview City Council reviewed two weeks ago, there will be more money left in the reserve account than originally was expected.
Whether you’re waiting for the turkey to cook, or need a post-Thanksgiving meal diversion tomorrow afternoon, the Daily Sun News will give you a head start on holiday shopping with an app review to be released online Thanksgiving Day.
The city of Grandview currently has in place a 6-month moratorium on licensing marijuana retailers, processors and producers.