In the past, a cancer diagnosis was considered a death sentence.
It’s good to see at least one federal agency reviewing its own inappropriate actions.
Cinco de Mayo brought thousands of people to downtown Sunnyside this past weekend.
He may not be popular with the party establishment, but Donald Trump is winning over voters. As the last man standing, he’s also our pick as the Republican candidate for president.
The weekend’s best festival in the Yakima Valley is right here
There will be Cinco de Mayo festivities throughout the Yakima Valley this weekend. But the oldest and biggest is right here in Sunnyside.
It looks like the battle over Kennewick man’s remains have almost come to an end. And that means his remains, and the related controversy, could almost be ready to be laid to rest.
It’s not too often a local school district gets the opportunity to hire one of its own to be superintendent.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell is overjoyed that the federal government is giving away $48.8 though the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission.
It may be long overdue, but kudos to the City Council for throwing its support behind the Sunnyside Museum.
Gov. Jay Inslee yesterday stepped up and fired Western State Hospital CEO Ron Adler in the wake of recent escapes from the mental facility in Lakewood.
It seems like everywhere you go, there are multiple law enforcement agencies.
Gov. Jay Inslee last week banned nonessential state government travel to North Carolina in the wake of that state’s insistence men and women use their respective gender-based restrooms.
The Community Connector program provides daily scheduled bus transportation between Yakima and Prosser at no charge to riders.
March is holding to form, apparently going out like the proverbial lamb, even as it came in with a lion of a fierce storm.
So, Sunnyside High School Principal Ryan Maxwell’s feelings are hurt because Seattle Seahawk Justin Britt’s football camp earlier this month “...did not donate one penny to the community of Sunnyside.”