Mr. SHS candidate Gerardo Martinez collects money from fans during a break in the action of Friday’s Grizzlies basketball game.
A Sunnyside woman is in jail for allegedly assaulting her children.
Fourth graders Keiana Palomarez and Devin Guzman from Sunnyside’s Washington Elementary School display signs on South Sixth Street this morning asking motorists to remember Martin Luther King Jr.
Group moves on following resignation
Despite losing its interim executive director, the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce is moving full steam ahead in planning this year’s events.
Traffic detour set up around incident
Rail cars are being removed today from the tracks at First Street and Blaine Avenue after they derailed yesterday afternoon.
Dogs healthy but not yet ready for adoption
A local man unable to care for more than 40 dogs has turned them over to a shelter for adoption.
Lucky Ameristar customer has yet to be named
Someone who purchased a lottery ticket at Ameristar has added $100,000 to their bank account.
Former Seahawk to provide keynote address at annual Martin Luther King Jr. event
Organizers predict more than 800 will participate in Monday’s Martin Luther King Peace March.
Swim team hosting league championships
The Mid-Valley Swim League champion Neptunes are looking for financial support from the city.
The City Council last night recognized a long-standing member for his years of service to the community.
City residents will see their water and sewer rates increase Feb. 1.
$1.5 billion jackpot has retailers scrambling to keep up
Local stores are scurrying to keep up with the demand for Powerball tickets and financial planners are bracing to help winners.
What should the City Council’s role be on the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce?
The 2016 Lower Valley Relay for Life kicks off Thursday night at Sierra Vista Middle School, starting the annual event that has become a tradition in the area.
New year, new outlook
The weekend of Cinco de Mayo 2014 seemed like a good time to open a shop downtown.