On Independence Day we were captives in our own home.
A record-setting southpaw for the WSU Cougar baseball team, Joe Pistorese was recently selected in the 17th round by the Seattle Mariners during Major League Baseball’s amateur draft.
Nearly 50 years ago Ron Van Gundy started working with the Roza Irrigation District.
Posting a record of 120-55 in seven seasons as Granger’s varsity boys basketball coach, Miguel Bazaldua will share his expertise next week during a summer hoop camp.
Taking a cue from fire-ravaged Wenatchee to the north, Mabton has banned fireworks for this July 4 celebration.
First units could be available by end of year
Three months in and work is already a little ahead of schedule on Rainier Court, the Sunnyside Housing Authority’s newest development.
STANFIELD, ORE. – After a competitive 7-3 loss to Riverside/Irrigon, the Sunnyside Christian High School summer baseball team fell 13-2 to host Stanfield, Ore.
The mercury is expected to top triple digits today, Friday, and well into next week.
We were at the coast last week and I returned to work a couple of days ago to find an e-mail from acting state auditor Jan Jutte.
A desire to keep others safe has resulted in a summer job for Tyler Hunsaker, now in his first season as a lifeguard at Sunnyside’s city pool.
CenturyLink Field, WSU’s Martin Stadium and Zaepfel Stadium are just three of the many venues in this state utilizing field turf.
Visiting Naches broke out the bats Tuesday night in earning a doubleheader sweep at Sunnyside Christian.
The more Port of Sunnyside officials fine-tune operations of the port district’s anaerobic digester, the more options bubble to the surface.
The friendly confines of home weren’t enough for Sunnyside Christian’s summer baseball team in a pair of losses Monday to Tri-Cities Prep.
Early release of some prison inmates and a complete shutdown of state parks are among possible impacts if lawmakers don’t approve a budget by June 30.
Fresh off a State quarterfinals appearance, the host Stanfield, Ore. prep baseball team proved too much for Sunnyside Christian Thursday night.
“Orange Bell,” the label declared in large letters.
A three-year accountability audit of the Grandview School District showed it is in compliance with state laws and policies.
Flush with nearly 10,000 acre-feet of water from the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District, Roza irrigators have a bit more reason for hope during this summer’s drought.
MABTON – Grandview native Walt Bratton starts work June 29 as Mabton’s city clerk/treasurer/administrator.
Summer weather is here. Time to throw open the windows in the mornings and evenings to enjoy cool breezes while they’re available.
A year after celebrating its 50th anniversary, Port of Sunnyside officials last Friday commemorated another milestone with a dedication ceremony for its new, $8 million anaerobic digester.
You get paid by the piece on your farm job.
Grandview High School’s 155 graduates weren’t the only ones last Saturday ending one chapter and beginning another.
GRANDVIEW – For the second time in less than a week, Sunnyside Christian’s pitching depth proved too much for Grandview in a sweep of the Greyhounds on Monday.
MABTON – The 49-member strong class of 2015 at Mabton High School could point to plenty of accomplishments and memories.
No, no tats here.
Athletic prowess and a generous heart have earned Lower Valley resident Dwayne Kamphuis a legacy an entire continent away.
Sunnyside doctor shares insights into obesity
Asthma, acid reflux, heart disease, stroke, joint damage and hernias share in common the fact they can all stem from obesity.
Horse group finds home in Sunnyside
For 20 years the Yakima County Barrel Racing Association held its competitions in Naches.
“The story of both games was two great pitching performances from the Faber brothers,” Sunnyside Christian Coach Tyler Alseth said of his team’s sweep over Grandview Wednesday night.
The state’s first drought in a decade has officials with the Department of Ecology considering helping growers pay to install on-farm ponds.
They don’t build them like they used to…with hazardous materials like lead and asbestos.
A few miles west of Sunnyside, off of I-82’s exit 58, you’ll find the quiet, bucolic town of Mayberry.
On Wednesday she rounded out the list of qualifiers for day two action.
SPOKANE – Overcoming a rough start, Lady Greyhound Teagan Parrish carded a 96 Wednesday to finish among the final golfers to make the second-day cut at the State 2A girls golf tourney.
Code enforcement officer Alex Campbell has hit the ground running for the city of Mabton.
It’s better than nothing.
Calling on the 150 or so in attendance to honor the fallen and remember all who serve, Sunnyside City Manager Don Day provided the keynote speech during a Memorial Day service yesterday.
Maybe you heard?
Shalom check, interactive gratitude and iSight are just some of the new terms readers will encounter in the pages of Joyful Journey, Listening to Immanuel.
Meandering its way up and down the streets of Sunnyside, the inaugural Fallen Heroes 5K will be held Saturday, July 4.
“Every winery has a story…ours is all about education,” Trent Ball says of the wine and viticulture programs at YVCC’s Grandview campus.
Humans aren’t alone in taking their vitamins.
“We wanted to go out with a bang…swing the bat and have fun,” Chad Pickel, SHS interim fastpitch coach, said of Friday’s season-ending twin bill at Eastmont.
There’s nothing wrong with doing one thing well…
A project five months in the making has earned Sunnyside High School senior Cody Parke prestigious Eagle Scout honors.
The Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District (SVID) Board of Directors on Thursday amended its water transfer policy to promote more water leasing opportunities and ultimately the opportunity for more water to be transferred to the Roza Irrigation District.
Hey kiddos! Better pony up $500 for your summer swim pass at the Sunnyside pool.