Construction on new plant now underway
Darigold’s expansion, the YV-Tech Center and a new fire station were 2013’s more notable building projects in Sunnyside.
February is typically a slow month for new construction projects, but Sunnyside city building officials last month issued 29 building permits.
The fifth annual Teach, Tour & Taste event at Yakima Valley Community College’s teaching winery was a big success despite a rainstorm dampening the area Wednesday night.
Well, at least the new soccer field on Homer Street won’t be called Simpson.
The Sunnyside Ministerial Association is planning its annual CROP Hunger Walk for Saturday, March 22, at 9 a.m.
Excitement unrelated to the pending program opened the Sunnyside High School science fair awards ceremonies last night (Monday).
Updates on the search for new employees for the police department, the construction of the fire station and the budgets of Sunnyside’s police and fire departments were the main topics before the city’s subcommittee on public safety last night.
In a sure sign of progress for the Port of Sunnyside’s anaerobic digester, documents were released last week for contractors looking to bid on the $7 million project.
Common Core State Standards will soon be the new benchmark in Washington state classrooms.
The proposed 2014 domestic and foreign market programs will be among the topics discussed when the Washington State Fruit Commission Board of Directors next meets on Wednesday, March 12, at the W.L. Hansen Building, 105 S. 18th St., in Yakima from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A bus carrying nursing home workers to the state capital in Olympia stopped this past Wednesday in Sunnyside to pick up workers here.
The Grandview community float needs a new trailer.
All parents believe their children are above average, but in truth fewer than 3 percent of all children are truly gifted, said Cody Gardner, director of special education programs in the Sunnyside School District.
To commemorate Ash Wednesday on March 5, three Sunnyside pastors are partnering for an outreach called “Ashes on the Go.”
Lt. Brian Winter of the Yakima County Sheriff’s office this past Tuesday announced his candidacy for sheriff.