Sen. Honeyford secures funding for downtown project
The Jerry Taylor Veterans Plaza will get help from the state in pointing visitors its way.
Superintendent finalists will meet Grandview community
The public will have an opportunity Thursday to meet the School District’s superintendent finalists.
Astronaut slated for university graduation
Heritage University will host former NASA astronaut and Outlook native Bonnie Dunbar as commencement speaker this Saturday.
Second employee’s battle not over
A dispute between the city and a former employee has been resolved.
Granger breaks ground on new gymnasium
The School Board broke ground on a new gymnasium yesterday during a ceremony adjacent to the existing high school building.
Candidates to visit Thursday
Three superintendent finalists will visit the community this Thursday.
Parade features more than 100 entries
Front lawns, door steps and even the curb served as viewing points for the Cherry Festival Parade on Saturday.
Three-day festival begins
Vendor Maria Martinez is excited for this weekend, but she is a little concerned about the weather.
A family is without a home today.
Grandview PE teacher accused of sexual activities with student
A high school physical education teacher and track coach appears in court this afternoon on charges of exploiting a minor.
Council questions management of contracts
The City Council is going back to the drawing board to promote tourism.
A woman accused of harassing children at a bus stop will be arraigned May 5.
A grand opening for the giant ballot box in place on East Edison Avenue is planned for May 3.
Sunnyside Mayor Jim Restucci, right, administers the oath of office last night to Scott Garrelts, the city’s newest firefighter/paramedic.
Woman claimed lack of income for more than four years
A trial date is set for a business owner accused of welfare fraud.