Gun shot to the head killed local

Deputies still have no suspects

A Sunnyside man killed Saturday died from a gun shot wound to the head.

Grandview City Council plans three hearings tomorrow

Budget, street on the agenda

The City Council is seeking public input on three items tomorrow night.

Sunnyside woman killed in head-on crash

Store owner’s vehicle strikes tractor-trailer

A Sunnyside business woman died Saturday in a head-on crash with a tractor trailer.

Local man shot to death

Former soccer standout killed Saturday

A Sunnyside man was shot to death early Saturday morning near the intersection of Wendell Phillips and Green Valley roads.

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Fire destroys business

Officials investigating blaze’s cause

Officials today are still trying to determine what started a fire that destroyed two downtown businesses Saturday night.

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Fire damages downtown building

Police close Sixth Street to traffic through downtown Sunnyside

Dozens of area residents gather to watch firefighters combat downtown blaze.

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Season’s stealings

A sign welcoming visitors to the Lighted Farm Implement Parade and Kids Lighted Parade was reported stolen yesterday near RDO Equipment.

Local man goes to trial next month

Former teacher accused of sexual exploitation

A former school physical education teacher and track coach will go to trial Dec. 16.

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Alvarez named parade marshal

Pepper farmer to lead Dec. 3 procession

A longtime pepper farmer will lead the 28th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade.

Sunnyside wrestling coach resigns

School calls a halt to investigation

The School District is looking for a new girls wrestling coach.

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Latino workers praise dairy work

Up to 10 calves are born every day

Dairy farms operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year providing jobs for thousands of valley workers, including many Latinos who value the job security they get from full-time employment.

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Singing about their supper

Chief Kamiakin Elementary School fifth graders entertain a Sunnyside audience Tuesday night with songs about food.

Former inmate sues Klickitat County

Man seeking $4 million for rape, assault

Klickitat County, its jail and Sheriff’s Office all face a personal injury lawsuit filed by a former inmate.

City, port on to court

Judge to hear dispute Friday

A dispute between the city and port district will be reviewed by a Yakima County Superior Court judge on Friday.

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Sunnyside crash injures local woman

Truck trailer failed to stop at intersection

A Grandview woman is recovering from injuries today after her car was clipped by a manure spreader.