Prosecutor to consider possible charges
A cemetery manager pulled his gun during a dispute Saturday.
Fire impacted two farms during the weekend.
Sunnyside celebrates biggest class
The high school’s biggest graduating class joined others around the Lower Yakima Valley in saying goodbye Friday and Saturday.
Sunnyside man pleaded guilty to charges
A local man will serve 13 years and 10 months in jail for a roadside robbery last July.
Curfman returns to custom manufacturing
A company that has undergone a number of changes is back doing what it does best — steel fabrication.
City of Wapato and Valicoff Fruit representatives celebrate a newly-paved road at North Wasco Avenue.
Infection reported earlier than 2015
The West Nile virus has made its debut in Yakima County this year, nearly three months earlier than in 2015.
Sunnyside may reach record highs Sunday and Monday
Temperatures are expected to soar into the triple digits Sunday, possibly setting records locally.
Compass High School’s graduating class of 2016 marches to the stage at Grandview’s Country Park last night during commencement exercises.
Yakima’s change prompts local review
The City Council in July will revisit its ban on the production, processing and sale of marijuana.
Sunnyside High School Assistant Principal James Wise and teacher Pete Marquez receive Golden Grizzly trophies yesterday during the high school’s “moving up” ceremony.
Community businessmen aid downtown display project
Thanks to a donation from Valley Hills Funeral Home owner David Humpherys, the community is one step close to becoming a “City of Flags.”
Water works site to host district’s annual event
The conversion of an abandoned city building into a winery is the focus of the Port of Sunnyside’s annual luncheon tomorrow.
City to complete 32nd statue on Saturday
Creating the city’s annual dinosaur doesn’t happen on one sun-splashed Saturday.
Child pornography case moves to U.S. court
A Prosser man is now facing a federal charge for child pornography.