A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at noon Friday at one of the city’s newest businesses.
Christian organization helps athletes
A one-day camp for youngsters interested in wrestling will take place July 26 at Sunnyside High School.
Juan Fernandez of Sunnyside thanks Ramona Lopez for the high quality fresh produce she brought to the Sunnyside Farmers Market Wednesday afternoon.
City deals with sludge removal
Monday’s discussion of the city’s public records ordinance did not result in any new charges for residents requesting them.
Justin Newhouse accused
Charges have been filed and a Mabton man charged for a January fatality crash near Buena.
Rebeka Alvarez, 9, of Prosser enjoys a ride down the rec slide at the Prosser Aquatics Center yesterday.
Investigators visit survivor
A bee was the cause of a two-truck, head-on collision that took the lives of two men last Thursday.
Prosser event runs from 6-10 p.m. downtown
As the sun dips below the city’s historic downtown skyline, art lovers and wine connoisseurs will be ready to enjoy the best of both worlds at the 14th annual Art Walk and Wine Gala.
With Yakima Valley temperatures hovering in the upper-90s, Osbaldo Pacheco, 10, Bridget Morales, 8, and Yullissa Pacheco, 4, take advantage of the South Hill Community Center Splash Pool on Wednesday afternoon in Sunnyside.
Gibbons, Gallagher promoted
As Sunnyside Community Hospital transitions into a regional health agency, a new chief executive officer quietly took over local management in April.
New Sunnyside Fire Department Capt. Chad DenBoer, right, was sworn in during Monday night’s City Council meeting by Deputy Mayor Dean Broersma.
Sunnyside Mayor Jim Restucci, who recently competed a term as the president of the Association of Washington Cities, is congratulated by Councilwoman Julia Hart during the association’s annual convention in Vancouver from June 20-23.
Threatening behavior leads to arrest
A local man accused of assault and theft in separate incidents a week apart made his preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court in Yakima on Tuesday.
Measures taken to prevent future berm breaks
The Snipes Mountain Dairy will not be fined for its part in flooding that struck this community in February after a particularly snowy winter.
Organization offers services to cities without chambers
Mayor Jim Restucci will be escorting visitors around the business community today as one of his duties as the city leader.