The Grizzlies boys and girls basketball teams tonight wrap up the regular season with a Big 9 league contest at Wenatchee.
Community SEEDS (Support, Education, Empowerment, Disability Solutions) will host its first Fun-Run-Walk 5k next month for National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
Boys face loser-out tilt against Royal City
The Spartans girls basketball team was able to fend off Kiona-Benton 65-44 last night in the first round of the South Central Athletic Conference district tournament.
Mabton grappler clinches state berth
The Mabton boys may not be taking the most wrestlers to regionals this weekend, but they already have one athlete who has secured a state tournament berth.
He thought she was too old for him. The young 18-year-old girl wasn’t interested in making new friends in the Yakima Valley.
Every tax levy put to voters in Yakima County on Tuesday are still passing, although one result is still too close to call.
Police chief believes new program improperly applied
A local man is awaiting arraignments for crimes committed on Jan. 28 and Feb. 8.
Judge rules for city, tosses Rand’s lawsuit
A Superior Court Judge has decided Sunnyside has a right to ban marijuana retail stores within the city limits.
Sweethearts Armando Rodriguez and Ruth Matheny of Grandview pose for a Valentine portrait at yesterday’s annual Parade of Hearts Dance at the Grandview Community Center.
A crowd of between 2,000 and 3,000 people attended the Ground Hog Day barbeque in Sunnyside held on Harrison Hill. The event celebrated the arrival of the railroad line to town.
The newest nurse practitioner at Sunnyside Immediate Care can lay claim to having visited a lot of places.
Sunnyside native combines loves
Growing up in the heart of the Yakima Valley wine country, he may never thought about making a sweet to pair with the plethora of award-winning red wines produced locally.
Everyone knows that wine and chocolate go together at Valentine’s Day like hearts and arrows.
Parents in Sunnyside were impressed after a presentation last night at the high school, coming away with tears in their eyes and a desire to help others.
The community is gearing up for an annual event, celebrating those in the city who make life a little better.
Mark the calendar to attend the annual Mosco Renaissance Fair set for Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1, at the East City Park, E. Third St.
A first-time Yakima Valley author’s book will be showcased during the spring “Yakima Valley Community Reads!” beginning March 1.