The Grandview Parks and Recreation Department announced the following homes of the month for August:
Sunnyside recyclers looking for the Yakima Waste System bins in their neighborhoods will be happy to know the bins haven’t completely disappeared from the community.
The list is endless.
The Washing-ton State Grape Society and Washington State University viticulture and enology program officials will host the 2014 Statewide Viticulture Field Day on Friday, Aug. 15, in Prosser.
Janelle DeGroot of Sunnyside was among the students at Whitworth University in Spokane who was inducted into the school’s Laureate Society this past spring semester.
The Washington State Court of Appeals Division III in Spokane yesterday delivered a decision that forces Yakima County Superior Court officials to revisit the sentencing of Jose Javier Peralta Martinez of Sunnyside.
Work on the bridge spanning the Yakima River near Mabton will be starting next week with the goal of finishing the work before Labor Day weekend, according to Moe Davari, WSDOT project engineer.
It’s been a long, hot, dusty summer for motorists at Sunnyside’s busy 16th Street and Yakima Valley Highway intersection.
Sunnyside High School science teacher Joyce Stark was one of four teachers nationwide selected to participate in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) leadership academy in Tokyo, Japan.
Recreational marijuana shop expands hours, product availability
A booming start three weeks ago continues for Altitude, the Lower Valley’s only recreational marijuana store.
The Sunnyside City Council is likely to delay for another six months its decision on whether or not to allow a retail recreational marijuana business in town. A public hearing on Monday, Aug. 11, will precede the council’s decision to renew the existing moratorium on allowing such business ventures.
The Mabton School Board Monday evening adopted a $12,129,105 budget for 2014-15.
Ruth A. Dirk has found a new passion to add to her love of books.
Community members like Roberta Zieske (right) last Friday enjoyed tacos prepared at a fundraising event for Logan Bodrero (left), who this past year battled cancer.
Gov. Jay Inslee last Friday extended a burn ban for 20 counties east of the crest of the Cascades.