Letters to the Editor


Relay support appreciated


As the committee chair for the 2014 Lower Valley Relay for Life, I want to personally thank all those who supported this year’s event.

Sunnyside doesn’t need more chickens


Chickens…really! City of Sunnyside officials are deciding whether or not to allow local residents to raise chickens at their homes?

Dust abatement issue is currently at hand


Dairymen and feedlot owners in the Lower Yakima Valley, the issue of “Dust Abatement” is at hand with the heat from summer upon us.

Local support appreciated


On behalf of the Lower Valley Crisis & Support Services staff, we would like to extend a very special thanks to Catalina and Amabel of Catalina’s Hair Care for providing a make-over to a group of very special young women.

Fill the Wagon event a success


The Kiwanis Club of Sunnyside would like to thank everyone that helped make this year’s Easter food drive, Fill the Wagon, a huge success.

Thanks for volunteer and community clean up support


On a beautiful spring day, Saturday, April 12, more than 160 volunteers cleaned up and painted six more homes in the Sunnyside community for a total of 71 homes. A special thanks to the more than 60 students from Sunnyside High School.

Appreciation from SHS senior parents


On behalf of the Class of 2014 Senior Parent Booster Club; I would like to thank the businesses and individuals who contributed in making the 10th annual “Show & Shine” Car Show the most successful ever!

West Nile virus coverage appreciated


The Wine Country Riders (Backcountry Horsemen of Washington) would like to thank the Daily Sun News for the great coverage of our recent West Nile virus equine clinic held March 22 in Grandview.

Celebrate Sunnyside’s growth April 8


Sunnyside is celebrating positive growth. Please join Sunnyside-United-Unidos in “Celebrate Sunnyside,” an event on Tuesday, April 8.

Record breaking success


We had record breaking numbers on Saturday, March 29, for our 10th annual “Show & Shine” car show!!

Good neighbors


Bud and I would like to give a humble thank you to our neighbor dairymen, Jason Sheehan and the Veldhuis brothers - Ruurd and Hessel - for their hard work in helping us level our two acres of land.

Taxation without representation

I see our legislators are wanting to add another tax to all Washington state vehicle registrations to pay for another ferry. All residents would be required to pay this tax so that Seattle can have another ferry to use.

Verizon donation appreciated


DECA lauds local support


Thanks for support

On behalf of the Sunnyside School District’s students, staff and Board of Directors, I would like to thank our voters for their support in approving the school bond to construct a new Washington Elementary School and make safety upgrades at other schools in our district.