Rally honors Burns activist
No politics, just respect and understanding.
Gov. Jay Inslee lost two cabinet members in a span of 24 hours last weekend.
Last weekend, we were out for a drive, looking for something different to do.
Board will review options Monday
Even as it closes the tenure of one superintendent, the School Board will Monday begin searching for a replacement.
Museum, July 4 run also get funding nods
The city is reviving its namesake festival.
A week after hiring a new city administrator, the City Council is expected to approve his contract during a special meeting tonight.
Cracked and uneven sidewalks will be the first project the city takes on after receiving three state grants.
Lawmaker may raise the issue during budget talks
Chances are slim to none for passage of legislation banning government funding for “elective abortions.”
I’m not much of an outdoors type, but one of the things I enjoy doing is taking a brisk walk.
Congressman talks about his rookie year
Legislation on immigration, water issues and an alternative to Obamacare are all on the front burner for a local Congressman.
Two board members knew of first DUI stop
A former School Board president knew of Superintendent Rick Cole’s first driving while under the influence of alcohol stop back in June and did not notify the rest of the board.
State officials to meet with planning commission
To ban or not to ban is the question facing the city nearing the end of its second six-month moratorium on marijuana sales.
Contract still pending
The City Council approved hiring a new city administrator last night, but held off on inking a contract.
The School Board is re-thinking whether to renew the superintendent’s contract tomorrow in the wake of a second driving under the influence of alcohol charge in the past seven months.
Planning commission reviewing options tomorrow
First day on the job is Feb. 22
An offer of a free gateway sign has the City Council rethinking a portion of its sign code.
A couple weeks ago I bumped into John Darrington, a consultant who guided the search a few years ago that led Sunnyside to hire Don Day as its city manager.
City council to consider annexing company parcel
A local company is looking for room to grow, and Monday will ask the City Council to consider annexing its property.
Re-opening set for tomorrow
Prizes, coupons and a mountain bike are on the menu tomorrow when the local Burger King unveils its newly remodeled restaurant at 3201 Picard Place.
Yakima County looking to buy water rights
Those looking to develop property in rural areas of Yakima County, such as Outlook, may someday be able to go to the “bank” to buy their water.
In Big 9 action last night, the Grizzlies boys wrestling team defeated Davis 44-21.
Icy roads lead schools to delay start times
Union representatives, injured workers and dairy advocates presented their respective cases yesterday during testimony in Olympia.
Grandview boys look to scoring balance during playoff push
After opening the season with three consecutive losses, the Greyhounds boys basketball team is finding success by sharing the load.
A local lawmaker is proposing legislation that he said will challenge new rules on transgender bathroom use and protect religious freedoms.
A second quarter run helped the Knights boys basketball team to a 75-32 win Saturday over Glenwood Klickitat.
Grandview girls fall twice
The Greyhounds boys basketball defeated East Valley, 76-73, on Saturday, rebounding from an 88-77 loss at Wapato on Friday.
Sunnyside racks up 156 points to win team trophy
Sunnyside’s girls wrestling team topped the competition Saturday at the Othello Invitational.
Mendoza named outstanding wrestler
With seven finalists, Sunnyside’s boys wrestling team easily captured first-place honors at Saturday’s Ray Westberg Invitational.
Vigil, testimony set for today
A vigil and House testimony this afternoon are remembering a man who died while working at a local dairy.
The Vikings boys basketball teams won back-to-back games Friday and Saturday, defeating Soap Lake 59-49 and Cashmere 65-45.
Organizers plan vigil Monday in Olympia, followed by testimony before House committee
Creative scheduling is in store for Sunnyside Christian.
The Mustangs defeated Grandview last night, 43-29, in a league wrestling match.
Some decisions are slam dunks.
The Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza is one of those rare projects that touches lives and the landscape.
A strong start didn’t hold up for the Grizzlies bowling team in a 3-1 loss to Davis yesterday.
Boys rally from 18-point deficit
The Grizzlies girls basketball team rallied to force overtime before falling 63-62 to Hermiston, Ore. last night.
What should the City Council’s role be on the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce?
Ninth graders in Joyce Stark’s honors biology class are preparing for local, regional and state science competitions.
Sunnyside Christian boys, girls dominate basketball court
The Knights boys and girls basketball teams opened league play with one-sided victories last weekend.
Grandview grabs fourth place
Superior depth paced the Grizzlies girls wrestling team to the team title at the Kelso Invitational.
Three claim titles
Rallying from three points down, Sunnyside’s boys wrestling team brought home top honors from Saturday’s Dick Pruett Memorial Tournament in Kent.
Velasquez brings home only title
Isaac Velasquez of Mabton brought home the Lower Valley’s only first-place finish from Saturday’s Grandview Winter Classic.
Vikings start strong following two-week hiatus
After a nearly two-week break from hoop action, the Vikings girls responded with a 46-38 win Friday at Waterville and a 73-42 victory at Warden on Saturday.
The Grizzlies girls basketball team suffered their first loses of the season Friday and Saturday.
Somehow, someway three writers felt Ken Griffey Jr. didn’t do enough to merit entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Shrugging off a three-week break from competition, the Knights girls basketball team won 64-33 last night over visiting Kittitas.
The Grizzlies girls and boys wrestling teams had not trouble last night in dispatching opponents with one-sided victories.