Students from Panda Bear Childcare in Sunnyside visit the Daily Sun’s office yesterday for a tour.
Logan Pearson shaves the side of his goat with the help of Jayden Bradley yesterday in preparation for showing at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Alison Dragoo takes a break next to her two goats at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Adan Gomez blows bubbles during the Sunnyside Library’s celebration yesterday to mark the conclusion of the summer reading program.
Judge orders city to wait 60 days on review
A judge has ordered the city to stop any investigation into its police chief.
Cannon Hauver of Sunnyside coaxes his pig, Brownie, into a bathing area last night during preparations for showing at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Crews are slowly, but surely, taking out Sunnyside’s old Washington Elementary School building on Jackson Street.
Growth sought for Twin City Foods site
A 335,000-square foot, 19-acre facility in the middle of town is under new ownership.
Grandview-hosted event to offer fireworks
The pigs are washed, peaches canned and cattle stalls mucked in preparation for today’s start of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Grandview looking to Facebook
With a little trepidation, the City Council took a step last night towards establishing a city Facebook page.
Tonie A. Reibolt remains out of jail on bail
A former Housel Middle School teacher may be facing additional charges for inappropriate communications with students.
From fine, handmade linens to canned produce, volunteers prepare for the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo in Grandview.
Street changes possible for new campus
The City Council agreed unanimously last night to rezone a 50-acre parcel to make way for a new five-story hospital and medical complex on Alexander Road.
A Sunnyside woman entered into a plea agreement for stabbing her ex-boyfriend in the back and has been sentenced.
Potential canal block concerns irrigation board
A crumbling hillside has irrigation officials worried about a potential canal blockage.