The Port of Sunnyside’s spotless record of never receiving a finding from the state auditor’s office is intact.
“What are with all the crows in Sunnyside?”
Consecutive wins at the start and finish weren’t enough as the Sunnyside Grizzly wrestling team lost at home to Moses Lake Thursday night in a contest that likely decided the regular season CBBN title.
A series of 57 ATM withdrawals over a period of six months resulted in the theft of nearly $20,000 from an elderly Sunnyside woman.
Casi Sambrano saw his wrestling dreams come true at Sunnyside High School…now he wants to help Lady Grizzly wrestlers reach theirs.
Sunnyside’s landmark Carnation property at Lincoln Avenue and South First Street has cleared a big hurdle for future development.
The Port of Sunnyside looked to another port of sorts for its new administrative assistant, Angela Smith of Portland, Ore.
Sunnyside hosts Moses Lake this Thursday in highly anticipated Big Nine wrestling match
BUCKLEY – Each December the White River Classic is an opportunity for the Sunnyside Grizzly wrestling team to get first match jitters out of the way and not much else.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave you are no doubt aware of tomorrow night’s Lighted Farm Implement Parade here in Sunnyside.
During their last meeting of 2014, Port of Grandview commissioners looked ahead to 2015.
A proposal by the U.S. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife for restoring Bull Trout populations should have little or no impact on Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District operations.
WASHINGTON D.C. – With his election as the Fourth Congressional District’s representative assured, Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside has spent the last week or so getting familiar with his future work place in Washington D.C.
During its last meeting of 2014, Sunnyside United’s board learned there are concerns aplenty about marijuana edibles and renewed a push for community input.
It’s Thanksgiving morning.
The recent spate of house fires we’ve had in the Lower Valley stirs memories of an experience Joni and I had one winter while living in South Cle Elum.
The grades are in and, by and large, they are positive for Yakima Valley’s dairies.
With a week’s grace period added on, work to construct the Port of Sunnyside’s anaerobic digester should wrap up by this coming Friday.
Practicing law in the public and private sectors will serve him well, says Joe Brusic, Yakima County’s newly elected prosecutor.
It took what some would describe as an unspeakable horror for Niki Davis of Clatskanie, Ore. to realize she needed God in her life.
The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce received a tepid thumbs up this past Monday night from a divided Sunnyside City Council.
Anyone from time to time – whether they are cowboys or home care workers – can need legal help in obtaining benefits when injured on the job or in dealing with disabilities.
The Sunnyside City Council is one step away from approving a $23 million budget for 2015.
Sunnyside’s losing streak at 22 games
EAST WENATCHEE – For nearly 24 minutes it appeared the Sunnyside Grizzly football team was at least within striking distance of having a shot for its first win of the season in last Friday’s finale at Eastmont.
MABTON – Clerical help for the police department and security measures for city hall are some of the ideas under consideration for the city of Mabton’s 2015 budget.
Purging up to 400 lbs. of material from the evidence room and getting a handle on an eight-month records backlog are among the priorities for Sunnyside Police Chief Al Escalera.
There will be more than a new year for the Port of Sunnyside when the calendar turns from December to January.
The Lady Grizzly soccer team wasn’t able to duplicate last week’s victory over Wenatchee, as it lost to the host Panthers 2-0 last Saturday in a loser-out playoff match.
Leon scores six TDs for Cadets
The Grizzly football team found some offense last Friday, but it wasn’t enough in a 40-14 loss at Eisenhower.
For better or worse, a nine-month journey ends for Dan Newhouse next Tuesday when voters decide whether it will be the Sunnyside native or Clint Didier who represents them in Washington D.C.
Christmas is nearly two months away, but the Sunnyside City Council got an early start on the season this morning over breakfast with state legislators.
SHS faces loser-out road match tomorrow
For more than an hour the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly soccer team fought to a scoreless standstill with host Eastmont before the Wildcats finally broke through for a goal and a 1-0 victory Thursday night.
The Sunnyside City Council to its credit is seeking your input on the budget it is drawing up for 2015.
After working seven years as a grocery store clerk, Carla Ornelas said she “…wanted to try something new.”
The Mabton Lady Viking volleyball team ended the season Tuesday night with a 3-0 loss at Warden.
Among the growing pains for the city of Mabton and its improvements in infrastructure is enforcing city codes.
You could call April Dominguez of Bleyhl something of an accidental bookkeeper.
“I’ve always liked to be involved in activities that benefit children,” says Elizabeth Alba, a longtime Grandview area resident.
GRANGER – A winless and very much rebuilding Lacrosse-Washtucna football team proved to be the perfect homecoming foe for Sunnyside Christian.
About once a decade U2 bangs us over the head to show it is still relevant and very much matters.
Building on a strong performance this past Tuesday against high-flying West Valley, the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly soccer team dominated Eisenhower 4-1 in Big Nine action last night.
For once, city of Sunnyside officials are taking a cue from how other cities function.
One of its strongest performances of the season wasn’t enough for the Mabton Lady Viking volleyball team in a 3-1 loss at Soap Lake Thursday night.
After suffering a 4-0 loss a month ago at the hands of West Valley, a perennial State tourney contender, the Lady Grizzly soccer team showed progress in battling to a 1-0 loss to the Rams Tuesday night.
In its home finale for the 2014 season, the Mabton Lady Viking volleyball team struggled in a 3-0 loss to White Swan Tuesday night.
The Port of Sunnyside’s hopes for a $319,160 grant/loan to aid in demolishing and clearing the Carnation plant site were dashed last Thursday by Yakima County’s SIED Board.
For three years the Davis High School football team has patiently built its program around a class that now numbers 17 seniors on the varsity squad.
Generally, the city of Sunnyside’s public works budget for 2015 is on track.
WATERVILLE – The Mabton Lady Viking volleyball team tried to dig itself out of a couple of holes Thursday night but came up short in a 3-1 loss at Waterville.
GRANDVIEW – What a difference a week makes!