FDA issues warning to Sunnyside company

Valley Processing juice 'injurious to health,' agency cautions

Grandview man faces six charges

A local man accused of breaking into a home and assaulting two people faces six criminal charges.

Five injured in local crashes

Two local men were among those involved in three different crashes yesterday.

Local agrees to plea deal in drug case

Outlook man to serve 33 months

A local man accused of selling drugs from a bus will spend 33 months in prison.

Local groups weigh options

Chambers review regional approach

With the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce’s closure looming, there may be interest in a regional effort.

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First day of summer and school

Nalanie, 4, and Jaziel, 6, Mendoza enjoy breakfast this morning under the watchful eye of their father Ronaldo Mendoza in the Chief Kamiakin Elementary School lunch room.

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Andrea Diaz | Miss Sunnyside Candidate

A love of animals and a desire to make the most of her education are driving forces in the life of this Miss Sunnyside candidate.

City looking for answers in wake of chamber closure

Future of Sunnyside events in limbo

As the county’s second largest city closes its Chamber of Commerce, the search is on for someone to fill the void.

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Rain doesn’t dampen civic spirit

Yakima Valley celebrates under cloudy skies

Three Lower Yakima Valley cities didn’t let rain dampen community spirit during festivals on Saturday.

Crash kills Selah man

Driver failed to stop, State Patrol reports

A Selah man is dead after a two-vehicle crash yesterday afternoon.

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Darigold construction nearly complete

Company hosts ribbon cutting Wednesday

Crews are putting the finishing touches on a $97 million expansion project.

Outlook woman backing Sanders at state convention

Democrats convene in Tacoma

At least one local Democrat still feels the Bern.

Pierce leads Mabton fest

Community Days starts tonight

Start tomorrow morning with a fireman’s style breakfast and a parade through the streets of town.

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Doctor keeps it in the family

Father and sons share medical practice

A father and his two sons have been ensuring Lower Valley residents can see clearly for three decades.

Sunnyside chamber winding down

Local group facing another federal tax issue

The Chamber of Commerce is closing, its members learned during a meeting yesterday.