Maria Raya accused of welfare fraud
The trial for a woman accused of welfare fraud has been postponed to Sept. 19.
The Grandview School District’s new superintendent, Henry Strom, is sworn in by School Board President Elizabeth Alba at Monday night’s board meeting.
Two-year-old Lola Grayson of Sunnyside tries the Hula Hoop yesterday during the Sunnyside Farmers Market at Centennial Square.
Charges connected to airport bust
A man and woman arrested at the Sunnyside Municipal Airport last Friday were part of a larger operation.
Charlie “The Noiseguy” Williams of the Seattle area entertains children at the Granger Library yesterday with sneezing sounds included in one of his books.
Incumbent to face three challengers
Eight candidates are vying for two Yakima County commissioner seats.
A small fire in a barn could have turned into a raging inferno had it not been for the quick actions of a couple of teens.
A local man has been charged for second-degree assault and unlawful imprisonment after allegedly threatening his girlfriend with a knife.
Council may take action Monday night
It could be lights, camera, action for the City Council, which Monday will consider live-streaming video for its meetings.
Arrest made at Fiesta Foods Monday
A Prosser woman is in jail after attempting to cash a stolen check at Fiesta Foods Monday.
First elected Hispanic cites family move
The City Council will have a vacancy following its July 26 meeting.
The 40-member strong Tri-Cities’ Bram Botay Steel Drum band entertains a crowd at Sunnyside’s Centennial Square yesterday.
A convicted sex offender has moved to the 900 block of Zorada Road.
Victim allegedly passed out at suspect’s home
A 27-year-old local man is facing a third-degree rape charge after allegedly taking advantage of a drunken 17-year-old girl.
City of Sunnyside workers Nick Morrow, left, and Cameron Schlenker apply rock to a portion of Mayhew Street yesterday.