It’s winter time. And across the nation, many residents of towns similar to ours are using their snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles to get to work, the store, restaurants and other places.
The 2017 Legislative session begins Monday, and with it comes the continued battle over K-12 education funding.
Find a designated driver before partying on New Years Eve
You’ve survived another year and you’re ready to celebrate.
Tomorrow is Christmas Eve and the day after is Christmas Day.
Four electors in our state didn’t like how the presidential election turned out for this year’s presidential race.
A transportation-related bill being proposed by Sen. Curtis King is pitting legal state residents against illegal immigrants.
Preparation the key to winter driving in Eastern Washington
Those of us who live, work and recreate here in the Lower Yakima Valley are not generally used to snow-covered roads.
Congressman Dan Newhouse is outraged the federal Environmental Protection Agency continues to give money to the anti-farmer “What’s Upstream” advertising campaign.
Along the Snake River, water contained in four reservoirs behind dams that not only provide economic benefits, but recreational opportunities.
Sunnyside will be at its brightest and best tomorrow for the 28th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
For the last several years, commercialization has taken over Thanksgiving.
Through thick and thin, The Daily Sun and its predecessors, The Sunnyside Sun and The Daily News, has kept the community informed for more than 100 years.
The general election is over. Yet, political campaign signs remain posted throughout the Lower Yakima Valley.
The general election is in the books, but we’re just now starting to deal with the aftermath.
With a Donald Trump presidency becoming reality, what does that mean for us here in Eastern Washington?