Chase recipient of Grandview Person of the Year Award
The recipients of last night’s Grandview Chamber of Commerce Community Awards have much to smile about.
Former Sunnyside resident talks about being an author
The publishing world has changed with the explosion of e-books.
Children’s performance set for tomorrow
Students are hard at work this week rehearsing for tomorrow’s production of “Peter and Wendy.”
Grant Smith named ‘Agent of the Year’
A family-owned funeral home is reaping the rewards of providing care to area families.
A helipad included in plans for Sunnyside Community Hospital’s new facility will not impact local airport operations.
Deputies and staff of the sheriff’s office were recognized at yesterday’s Yakima County Commissioners meeting.
Benton County Superior Court accepts cases
Two lawsuits filed on behalf of the Yakima County clerk and her personal attorney are in the hands of Benton County Superior Court.
Hilyard, Anderson, McKay eager to serve
Community members are looking for a strong superintendent.
Wenatchee team wins golf tournament
In her first outing this season, Rylie Burnett led the Grizzlies girls golf team on 18 holes at Three Lakes Golf Course yesterday
It was a winning day for the Sunnyside Christian golf team.
Trevino wins four scholarships
The community has a new representative to attend parades, ribbon cuttings and community events.
Residents, motorists asked to leave area for 6.5 hours
Life is back to normal today after a natural gas line rupture prompted a 6.5-hour evacuation yesterday.
A non-profit agency operating a bus system wants to know if riders will pay a fare, and how often services are used.
Prosser school employees also calling for better benefits
School secretaries are asking the district for more pay and better benefits.
City’s outdoor produce stands open May 25
Fresh produce, crafts and food items will again be available at the local farmers market, beginning May 25.
Cause and manner of death unknown
A local man accused of killing his brother will not see the inside of a courtroom today.
A former gas station-turned-diner has nostalgia in store for customers.
Starting tomorrow, the local flight provider will have a new name.
A pair of high school seniors are planning a family night for the entire community.
The owner and employees of a longtime business are busy moving into new digs.
Sunnyside man faces April 27 hearing
A local man charged with third-degree assault, unlawful imprisonment and witness tampering must post $30,000 bail.
Board to review applications April 28-29
Servant leadership and an ability to connect with voters are among characteristics the community wants in its next school superintendent.
Temperatures will approach record highs
Lower Valley residents are anticipating warm, spring-like weather during the next couple of days.
Prosecutors are waiting for documents involving a reported statutory rape case.
Workers seek more than $500,000 in damages
The mayor, city administrator and city are named in a lawsuit seeking $550,000 in damages.
Program raises more than $3,400 for Children’s Village
Families seeking services at Children’s Village in Yakima have a little less to worry about.
A new School District food service website provides parents with school meal information and nutrition.
Three children injured in crash
Three children are recovering today from injuries sustained in a crash that led to the arrest of a Granger woman.
About $1,000 of more than $11,000 raised
The dream of having enough flags on display throughout downtown is a little closer to reality.
Improvements to the city’s swimming pool are still anticipated for this summer.
Deputies help subdue suspect
A 19-year-old Grandview man will need to post bail before he can be released from jail.
Two lawsuits pending against city officials
The police chief is no longer working for the city.
Police chief back at work
The police chief is back on duty just days after he and another employee withdrew complaints against the mayor and city administrator.
Sunnyside’s superintendent of schools is headed to trial at 9 a.m. on April 29.
An agency that hired the current superintendent of schools will lead the district’s search for a replacement.
Cedillo back on the job Friday
The city’s new police sergeant is fulfilling the police chief’s duties until tomorrow.
Clerk’s quick action lauded by store owner
A man and a woman are in the municipal jail today awaiting formal charges in an attempted armed robbery Monday night.
The city’s top cop is the second police chief in the Lower Yakima Valley to be suspended in the last two months.
Two people are in jail, a boy was released to a parent and another man is happy to be alive following an attempted armed robbery last night.
Witness tampering suspected
A local man is back in jail on a charge of witness tampering.
A freshman at Mabton Junior/Senior High School has set her sights on improving a city park.
Cornwell working to meet county demands
Clean up efforts are under way at two properties owned by a local man facing legal issues.
A new option is on the way, dispensing ice and bottled water at one automated location.
Birch Street back after four-year hiatus
One of the community’s primary medical centers is again open for business.
Students uninjured in three-vehicle mishap
Students on a Sunnyside Christian School bus, the drivers and another person escaped severe injury in a three-vehicle crash yesterday.
One of the Lower Valley’s few remaining alternative high schools is being phased out.
The city is working to remedy concerns over nuisance properties, and recognize property owners who take care of their yards.
Officials will review contract at March 22 meeting
The city is looking to an Ellensburg bait company for additional water rights.