Robert Bruce McCorkindale, 25, of Grandview yesterday (Tuesday) was sentenced to 17 years in prison after he pled guilty to a second degree murder charge for his role in the killing of Preston Yahne of Prosser last year.
Sunnyside American Legion Post #73 officers recently visited former post commander Walter George (seated) to present him with his 70-year-membership award and a plaque to honor his service to American Legion Post #73.
During a special meeting on Tuesday, Port of Grandview commissioners completed the purchase of what will be an incubator for small businesses.
If you’ve been to Sunnyside Community Hospital recently, it would be difficult not to notice a lot of construction going on, a number of new faces and an expansion of available health care services.
Residents in the city of Sunnyside who are interested in reviewing the city’s preliminary 2015 budget can now obtain copies at city hall.
Almost perfect fair weather on the final weekend of the Central Washington State Fair helped boost attendance up above the 315,000 mark upon closing this past Sunday.
Ryan Navarro and Rich Gonzalez (L-R) smooth out concrete curbing in downtown Sunnyside as part of the ongoing improvement project.
The best part about being in a quilting group is the shared knowledge and support, according to Rose Herndon and Libby Werkhoven (L-R), members of Sunnyside’s new Friendship Square Quilting group.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling two years ago will apparently result in re-sentencing for Jose Munguia of Grandview.
When Frida Berg learned she had been accepted to be a foreign exchange student to the United States she cried with happiness.
City police coverage 24 hours a day and building a bigger rainy day fund are among areas of consensus the Mabton City Council reached Monday night during a budget workshop.
Foster Farms is recalling nearly 40,000 lbs. of frozen pre-cooked chicken products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced late last week.
Volunteers with the Loving Sunnyside Initiative were out in full force last Saturday sprucing up six homes in need of a little TLC.
The city of Sunnyside’s telephone system is not operational.
If Pacific Power has their way, residents will soon be paying more for electricity in this area.