A dose of spring sunshine yesterday, Wednesday, brought out this bee to pollinate a narcissus plant at Bi-Mart’s outdoor garden display in Sunnyside.
Five Sunnyside businesses were cited for serving alcohol to minors last week, as a part of a city-wide alcohol compliance check.
Coming from a Chinese school of 10,000 students to Sunnyside High School with an enrollment of a little over 1,600 has been quite a change for International Exchange Student program participant Wei Ximu.
Prestige Care of Sunnyside and Infiniti Rehab are hosting a career fair next Thursday, March 6, in hopes of recruiting new personnel to its local facility.
The Sunnyside Kiwanis Club will host a food handler’s class on Wednesday, March 19, at 6:40 a.m.
A major threat to Yakima County’s various municipalities is the possibility of an anhydrous ammonia release.
Rosie Larios, Patti Bautista, Janie Larios and Scott Bailey dig in at this past Saturday’s crab feed hosted by Grandview High School’s FFA chapter and DECA Club.
Finding out less than a third of dog owners in Mabton have their pets licensed has been a wake-up call for this city.
Yakama Nation Legends Casino is inviting non-profit organizations to submit an application for its seventh annual distribution of charitable contributions in early May.
The Sunnyside Community Hospital Auxiliary has scholarship help available for students interested in health care careers.
Nearly 2,000 Pacific Power customers in the Sunnyside and Outlook areas were without power this morning, Wednesday.
Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, 810 E. Custer Ave., 7:30 p.m.
The Sunnyside City Council is continuing to investigate the possibility of installing a new skate park in town.
Work crews from SVID began a project last week in the Harrison Hill Sunnyside neighborhood to install a new irrigation line on Grandview Avenue between Owen Avenue and Mayhew Street.
The Sunnyside City Council heard a plea last night from the family of Ramiro Valencia Jr. to put a helmet law in place in the city.