Grandview-hosted event to offer fireworks
The pigs are washed, peaches canned and cattle stalls mucked in preparation for today’s start of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Grandview looking to Facebook
With a little trepidation, the City Council took a step last night towards establishing a city Facebook page.
Tonie A. Reibolt remains out of jail on bail
A former Housel Middle School teacher may be facing additional charges for inappropriate communications with students.
From fine, handmade linens to canned produce, volunteers prepare for the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo in Grandview.
Street changes possible for new campus
The City Council agreed unanimously last night to rezone a 50-acre parcel to make way for a new five-story hospital and medical complex on Alexander Road.
A Sunnyside woman entered into a plea agreement for stabbing her ex-boyfriend in the back and has been sentenced.
Potential canal block concerns irrigation board
A crumbling hillside has irrigation officials worried about a potential canal blockage.
City Council to consider policy options
The city does not have a Facebook or other social media account, but the City Council may decide to fix that.
Memorial service set for Wednesday
Kind and gentle are two words which most used to describe a beloved Sunnyside School District security officer Fidel Partida.
Fires in Yakima County are contained and evacuation notices have been lifted.
Man with tazer killed by officer
A police officer fired his weapson after a suspect in a domestic violence case trapped him in a bathtub and threatened to assault him.
Guns stolen from Ace Hardware
A Sunnyside man is in court today for a preliminary hearing, facing 24 counts of theft of a firearm, first-degree trafficking in stolen property, money laundering and four counts of possession of unlawful firearms.
A more mobile-friendly website is in the works for city residents.
More than a dozen people turned out last night at the Best Western Plus Grapevine Inn to talk about forming a new group to replace the now-defunct Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce.
Sunnyside High School hosts service today
A longtime school resource officer died after a year-long fight with cancer.