If you’re using your fingers to count the number of Yakima Amateur Invitational titles Dusty Frontis has won, plan on using two hands. The Yakima golfer claimed his sixth championship this past weekend.
Permit fees, new valuation already double 2012’s totals
The health care industry’s continued growth in Sunnyside spiked the value of new building starts here last month to over the million-dollar mark.
After viewing a movie released a few years after she was born, 15-year-old Cheree LaPierre of Sunnyside found herself ‘paying it forward’ this summer.
Pedro Sanchez, a Level II sex offender, has moved to the Granger area according to the Yakima County Sheriff’s office.
Sunnyside police officers undergo active-shooter training
Sunnyside police officers in an effort to be prepared for extreme scenarios must undergo continued training.
State: Nooksack River closed to all fishing
The state department of Fish and Wildlife has made a few new fishing rule changes.
U.S.A. tops medal count
The Summer Olympics games officially closed last night after more than two weeks of action.
Motivational speaker Gabe Salazar will kick-off the new school year at Sunnyside High School’s Grizzly Academy Week tomorrow.
Incoming sixth graders attending Sierra Vista Middle School will get a taste of middle school life during an orientation from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the North 16th Street school.
Interested in taking part in the annual Sunshine Days celebration?
Fee-free days offer chance to explore
The cost to enter national parks has gotten to be too expensive for many Lower Yakima Valley residents. Even nearby Mount Rainier National Park exacts a hefty financial toll for a one-day visit.
Whenever government gets involved, something seems to go wrong.
According to the Washington Post, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., is finally going to act on its long-held desire to delete the word “Confederate” from the inscription atop the columned entrance to Confederate Memorial Hall dormitory.
The opportunity to meet new people and learn about neighboring communities is the motivator for this Miss Sunnyside candidate.
Keeping lunch ideas inventive and exciting can become challenging over time.
City expects 400-700 for Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go enthusiasts will have plenty of encouragement to “catch’em all” tonight when the city hosts its first-ever event for the popular app.