District continues to research firearms use
The School Board’s workshop Wednesday will include a presentation on arming staff members with guns.
New housing to be home to many families
A total of 51 new rental units in the Mother Joseph Villa have been blessed and dedicated.
The second Asparagus Festival went without a hitch Saturday.
Tax filers have three extra days this year to submit federal income tax returns.
Serving the community she grew up in is the goal of one Miss Granger candidate.
Prosser resident runs for third time
A councilwoman is hoping the third time is the charm for her efforts to become a state representative.
Everyone is invited to enjoy asparagus, crafts and the newly remodeled museum tomorrow.
Water outlook still positive for growers
Recent warm weather raised the water level in local rivers, but the irrigation outlook is still good.
Granger residents skip public hearing
For the second time in a month, the city is banning recreational marijuana sales.
The court will have a new metal detector for security purposes.
A winery featuring sheep, chickens and an online owl cam could be considered a little out of the ordinary.
Local residents are recovering after a trip out of this world during the weekend.
City lawyer says prior vote wasn’t on agenda
The City Council is giving the public one last chance to have its say on marijuana businesses.
The School Board will make its superintendent choice May 25.
A desire to give back to a community that welcomed her is driving one Miss Granger candidate.
An unseasonably warm spring has growers and cutters getting an early start on the asparagus harvest.
The city’s deputy clerk will soon be receiving specialized education.
High school students swept the poetry category in a University of Washington writing contest.
The goal of one Miss Granger candidate is to provide positive activities for the town’s youth.
What do an astronaut, an NFL coach and a jockey all have in common?
Members of the city’s historical society are concerned about a proposal to rent out the landmark Scout Cabin.
Phase two of a four-phase school construction project is complete.
Work starts April 18 on $9 million project
The county is wrapping up preparations to replace the North Meyers Road Bridge.
Spring is when the daffodils bloom at Centennial Square, grass in the parks turns green and people start to sneeze when they walk outside.
Postal worker retires Thursday
A familiar face will soon be gone from the post office.
A career in obstetrics and gynecology interested one Grandview doctor after seeing how it helped her own family.
Board to review at April 20 meeting
School district staff is split on whether staff should be allowed to carry firearms on campus.
The final Miss Grandview candidate for this year admits she’s pretty much the “sporty one.”
The 10th annual Mr. SHS pageant is 7 p.m. tomorrow in the Sunnyside High School auditorium.
County Commissioners yesterday approved a contract to replace the bridge across the Yakima River on North Meyers Road, near Zillah.
A new deli at Ace Hardware hopes to satisfy customers craving a light snack.
Store meets city codes
Just a few last pieces of paperwork are needed before a new vape shop opens in town.
The best and brightest in town will be honored tomorrow at the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce’s annual Spirit of Sunnyside awards banquet and auction.
More than 300 people spent an evening learning future possibilities for students at Sunnyside High School.
A joy of music and a desire to show her town’s talents to the world drives one Miss Grandview candidate.
Paul Allen helps classroom
Lower Valley teachers are receiving new classroom materials thanks to a statewide donation.
Crews are completing last-minute repairs before the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District opens its gates.
Students from the middle and high schools will compete in the state’s National History Day competition on April 23.
Ribbon cutting set for April 13
An upgrade from top to bottom will welcome visitors to the Sunnyside Museum next month.
Valley Truck is now offering Penske Truck rentals.
Local credit union getting total makeover, inside and out
A local credit union is remodeling.
A new fire ladder truck is on its way to town after being inspected at its manufacturer in Pennsylvania.
It was a night at the beach Saturday for honorees at Granger Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards banquet.
The honor of representing her city is part of what drives one Miss Grandview candidate, but her ultimate goal is to help her home town.
A bogus staff meeting was the cover for a surprise award presented to a Harrison Middle School specialist.
Awards banquet set for tomorrow
The Granger Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for a night of music, food and fun tomorrow during its annual awards banquet and auction at the high school.
Congressman Dan Newhouse toured the Yakima Bait Company yesterday afternoon.
A collective medical marijuana garden will shut down on July 1.
Adults seeking a high school diploma or a GED have a place in town to go for help.
Students flocked to the middle school last night to play math games and win prizes during the school district’s annual math night.