According to the state auditor’s office, 2013 was a good year for the Port of Sunnyside. In a recent audit of the port’s financial statements, auditors noted, “The overall financial position improved in 2013.”
Fire restrictions on eastern Washington wild lands will be in place a month earlier than last year.
Being chosen as the grand marshal for the Sunnyside Lions Club Independence Day Parade is both a shock and thrill for longtime Sunnyside resident Ralph Prescott.
Don’t call their group a club.
Diana Calderon says she “…would love to be Miss Sunnyside because it’s a unique experience to show others why I love my community.”
Taking a break from his busy day, Sunnyside’s Kerry Turley relaxes as American Red Cross phlebologist Tilea Green prepares to draw his blood as part of Wednesday’s blood drive.
Frank Sweet, a former interim Sunnyside city manager, has been ordered to pay $65,474 in restitution to the city of Selah.
Recently the city of Sunnyside issued its annual water quality report, as required by Washington state law and the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.
Every five to seven minutes a new load of compacting soil is dumped onto the future banks of the Port of Sunnyside’s newest lagoon.
The Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District (SVID) had a voice in Washington D.C. recently. SVID attorney Larry Martin testified on behalf of a plan to increase water storage and fish habitat in the Yakima River Basin.
Youngsters in this week’s Vacation Bible School hosted by Sunnyside’s United Methodist, Our Saviour’s Lutheran and Presbyterian churches get an up-close look at Dalrymple Racing’s super comp dragster.
“It was amazing,” said Brendon Lynch of his experience at Evergreen Boys State.
Rather than let a high school teacher go as originally planned, the Grandview School District will allow the teacher to stay on board for one more year as a substitute.
Two charges Ephrata police requested against Fourth District Congressional candidate Gavin Seim will not be pursued.
Lori Brady marks her 25th anniversary of employment with SVID this week and yesterday was surprised with a silver bracelet from the district’s board of directors.