Sunnyside High earns first ever final-four berth
A sixth-minute goal proved just enough to send the Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team to its first-ever State semi-finals appearance.
Twelve new full-time jobs and another 25 to 35 seasonal jobs are headed to Grandview.
PASCO - A triple jump newbie six weeks ago, Sunnyside High School’s Elijah Pena won the Regional title in that event last Saturday in Pasco.
In 1944, the Allies were building towards D-Day, Anne Frank was keeping her diary and IBM dedicated its first program-controlled calculator.
...and call for the same from our distinguished dozen
Here in the Lower Valley we will honor our fallen next Monday on Memorial Day, as is right and proper.
Washington state law may allow for growing and marketing marijuana, but the federal government doesn’t want a drop of its water used for the crop…for now.
Though making its data available on the internet will still take some doing, the Sunnyside Airport’s automated weather observation system (AWOS) can provide residents the latest weather with a simple phone call.
Semi-final berth on the line in match-up with Kennewick
Nick Hytrek slammed the door shut on Sunnyside for 60 minutes last night, before the Grizzly soccer team finally found an answer against the Auburn-Mountainview keeper.
Now that the city of Sunnyside Airport’s AWOS system is up and running, there needs to be a place to securely store its server.
Elijah Pena accounted for two-thirds of the Sunnyside boys track team’s score during the District track meet held last Friday.
Sunnyside hosts loser-out State tourney match tomorrow
In a costly victory, the Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team earned a 3-2 shootout triumph over visiting Kennewick last Saturday to win the Regional championship.
Don’t let the final score fool you, the Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team had its hands full last night with visiting Kamiakin before pulling out a 3-0 victory in a first-round Regional playoff match.
Graduation ceremonies set for Lower Valley seniors
It’s mid-May, which means high schools in the Lower Valley are prepping for commencement exercises for graduates of the class of 2014.
A three-time State golf tourney qualifier for Sunnyside High School, Renae Visser is taking her game to a new level at Dordt College.
Though the city of Mabton is moving forward with plans to improve its municipal water system, officials here still need residents to monitor how much water they use.
After three close matches to close out the regular season, the CBBN champion Sunnyside Grizzlies made quick work of visiting University last night in a loser-out soccer playoff tilt.
Sunnyside is about to have one less intersection, as this week the city is moving forward with plans to close the crossroads at Rohman Street and Scoon Road.
OLYMPIA – Just weeks after the release of his profanity-laced e-mails targeting Republicans, Ted Sturdevant announced he is stepping down as an advisor to Gov. Jay Inslee
Membership has its benefits.
For a half it looked like Sunnyside might lose its third consecutive soccer match by a single goal.
The Sunnyside Farmers Market is pulling up stakes and moving to a new home this summer.
With the regular season rapidly closing, the Grandview Lady Greyhound golf team competed at an 8-team invite yesterday in Umatilla, Ore.
In their last regular season tune-up before Districts, the Sunnyside boys and girls track teams braved stormy weather at a CBBN meet at Eastmont.
In a meeting on Tuesday, the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District (SVID) board of directors and the Sunnyside Division Board of Control adopted similar changes in by-laws to formalize procedures for purchases and sale of surplus property.
OTHELLO – Competing against Ellensburg and host Othello this past Monday, Grandview Lady Greyhound golfer Hannah Pond was the medalist with the low score of the day.
Sunnyside plays Moses Lake this coming Friday for league title
YAKIMA – The Sunnyside Grizzly boys soccer team lost in heartbreaking fashion last night, 3-2 on penalty kicks at Davis.
PROSSER – The Sunnyside Christian baseball team has re-invented the seventh-inning stretch.
Two weeks after unhappily approving a controversial $129,926 change order submitted by HDR Engineering, Port of Sunnyside commissioners last night OK’d a contract with the Pasco firm that nearly made up the difference.
American West Bank didn’t have to look far for a manager to head its Sunnyside branch, as Ryan Tudor was named to the post two months ago.
The Grandview Greyhound baseball team concluded its 2014 campaign last Saturday with a pair of identical 17-0 losses at Prosser.
Hosting last-place Eisenhower in their regular season home finale, the Sunnyside Grizzlies absorbed a 3-2 soccer loss last Friday.
Though a volunteer, Josue Bustamante is plenty busy serving the Sunnyside Police Department as a police explorer.
Six months after Thomas Warren was wrongly detained by Sunnyside police for recording SWAT officers in action, the city has settled with the librarian aide.
The Clippers are for sale thanks to Donald Sterling’s big mouth, and I know one community that would welcome the LA team with open arms – Seattle.
Write what you know is lesson one for creative writing. Yakima educator and author T. Lloyd Winetsky does it in spades with his new book, Los Angeles, 1968: Happy Ranch to Watts.
Five percent might not sound like much, but that cut in the Meals on Wheels program for Yakima County amounts to $26,000.
SEATTLE - Gov. Jay Inslee yesterday, Tuesday, signed an executive order outlining a series of steps to cut carbon pollution in Washington and advance development and use of clean energy technologies.
$1 million loss for Sunnyside, Grandview schools
The announcement last week that Washington is the first state to lose its flexibility waiver with the No Child Left Behind Act has local school districts mulling their options.
WENATCHEE – The Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team overcame three injuries and a pesky Wenatchee team to earn a 3-2 CBBN victory last Friday.
“This is a community award,” Grandview City Administrator Cus Arteaga said last Friday upon receiving the community’s Person of the Year award. “This is a great place to work and I really appreciate all your support.”
Madrigal, Pena each win twice for Sunnyside
YAKIMA – A victory and a rare tie were among the results for the Sunnyside boys and girls track teams during a CBBN double-dual meet yesterday at Eisenhower.
Grateful for opportunities afforded her during a year-long reign as Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador, Katie Hutchins thanked her family and supporters during a banquet last night.
$400,000 remodel being planned
Sunnyside Library patrons will be able to check out more than books this summer. They’ll also be able to check out progress on a major re-model for their library.
Trailing twice last night against co-CBBN leader Moses Lake, the host Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team battled into overtime before knocking off the Chiefs 3-2.
Despite some hesitation, Port of Sunnyside commissioners approved an additional cost of $129,926 for engineering services related to the anaerobic digester.
Host Moses Lake Tuesday for first place in league
Finding itself trailing for one of the few times this season, the Sunnyside boys soccer team rebounded for a 3-1 CBBN victory over visiting Davis last Saturday.
Goodbye, old friend. Despite new and supposedly improved siblings, you XP have served us well this past decade
Sunnyside collects pair of hat tricks
“We talk about being efficient and coming out as aggressive as we can,” Grizzly soccer coach David Guevara says of his team’s approach.
Spring time is prep time for your lawn and garden
Chilly nights and occasional brisk winds aside, spring has officially sprung in the Sunnyside area with longer days and the mercury already hovering in the 70s.
A Noe Meza goal in just the second minute of play against Wenatchee proved to be the winner in the Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team’s 2-0 victory at home last night.