Local school districts have maintenance and operation levies on the ballot next Tuesday and school officials say the money meets critical needs.
Interior construction is underway at the new Washington Elementary School in Sunnyside.
Lowest fuel prices in eight years a boon for local economy
Fuel prices are the lowest motorists have seen since 2008. The national average was $1.78 per gallon this morning.
The Superior Court has promised to issue a ruling this week on whether a Sunnyside marijuana store owner’s lawsuit against the city will proceed to trial.
A Sunnyside native’s trials for murder and assault charges are delayed.
Catarino Torres finishes the day’s work in a hop field along Forsell Road near Grandview yesterday.
Cracked and uneven sidewalks will be the first project the city takes on after receiving three state grants.
Historian plans farewell for Carnation
The Port of Sunnyside is scaling back its plans to demolish the former Carnation plant at South First Street and Lincoln Avenue.
Water supply deemed clean
Officials with the city sent out a letter to water users last month informing them their drinking water was not tested during November 2015.
Austin Miranda, left, has Eden Martinez’s attention this morning as the two three-year-olds work on creating puppet versions of “Punxsutawney Phil” in celebration of Groundhog Day.
School joins in national reading drive
The first rainy day in a week last Friday happened to be the day principals at Harriet Thompson Elementary School sat on the roof to read all day.
District-based voting during a primary election is nothing new, but the idea of district voting in a general election may be up for consideration.
For two decades local residents have been able to count on paramedics in an emergency.
Police are looking for a suspect wanted for attempting to carjack a local woman’s vehicle Wednesday night.
City council to consider annexing company parcel
A local company is looking for room to grow, and Monday will ask the City Council to consider annexing its property.