Just barely two weeks into her reign as Miss Sunnyside, Jessica Linde is already adapting to the demands of her new position.
New Vision representative Jean Brown knew Tuesday night’s Yakima County Development Association forum in Sunnyside might not attract many community members.
Amber Schlenker Betts has gone from being a beat reporter on the Sunnyside Daily Sun News staff to being a communications coordinator for the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic’s health organization, with a couple of stops in between.
Motorists will soon be able to give their dirty vehicles a state-of-the-art car washing experience when the Castle Car Wash opens in Grandview.
Prosser native Beth Wyant has been named as an “Afterschool Ambassador” by the national Afterschool Alliance, a position that fits quite well with her job as the Northwest Community Action Center program coordinator.
Benton City native named his replacement
After four decades in the newspaper business – all of them right here in Sunnyside – Daily Sun News publisher Tim Graff is retiring.
The yellow “RNs Care” yard signs, which began cropping up in Sunnyside neighborhoods during the last six months, are a reminder that the local nurses’ union continues to seek a contract settlement.
Monday night, the Grandview High School DECA chapter officers had their presentation well planned out to convince the Grandview School Board to give its approval to several overnight trips, including a cross country field trip to New York City in early December.
“Things are getting better, but we are not there yet,” was the message Sunnyside City Manager Don Day gave Daybreak Rotary Club members at their meeting last week.
The construction on the new Washington Elementary School is well underway and is expected to be completed by August 2016. That’s according to Dr. Rick Cole, Sunnyside Schools Superintendent.