The annual Hospice Talent Show, sponsored by Sunnyside High School, will be staged tomorrow (Thursday) at 7 p.m.
A next step in work on Sunnyside’s Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza is a silhouette cut-out of soldiers.
Sunnyside High School student Jasmine Paxton smiles as she gives blood during the American Red Cross blood drive last Friday afternoon.
The Seahawks may have missed out on running Beast Mode in the final seconds during their Super Bowl quest this season, but The Beast did roll through Sunnyside last Friday.
Once a thriving railroad station, then a doctor’s office, the beautiful old building at 1412 E. Edison Ave. in Sunnyside is about to find new life as a wine tasting room for Côte Bonneville.
Council renews moratorium on recreational marijuana
After more than two hours of comments from 42 members of the public, the Sunnyside City Council voted 5-2 to renew the city’s moratorium on the production, processing and retail sale of recreational marijuana within the city for another six months.
An 18-year-old Outlook man was arrested yesterday (Thursday) in connection with the disappearance and suspected murder of Antonio Hernandez-Ledezma, 24, of Boardman, Ore.
Showing the Grandview City Council they are committed and willing to be proactive through community outreach, the Grandview Pool Committee last night discussed steps that must be taken as it moves forward.
Who do you think deserves recognition as a Sunnyside hero? The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce wants to know.
The Washington State Department of Health has taken disciplinary action against a Yakima County dentist Nomita S. Mehta.
Students at Chief Kamiakin Elementary School in Sunnyside will be visited by Scott “Reptile Man” Petersen on Tuesday, Feb. 10.
For the third time in little more than a year, Sunnyside’s Darigold plant at 400 Alexander Rd. has received the green light for major expansion.
When Cesar Lopez started his ministry in Sunnyside 10 years ago he believed God had a vision for something greater beyond the walls of a church building.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture is among the organizations working to support the 2015 Women in Agriculture Conference, providing a location for one of the 19 sites across the state that will be linked into this conference of speakers, networking and practical advice for women in farming.
The public fishing ramp in Granger will close starting today (Monday) for about two months while the city’s public works department updates its public water system.