Even though the Sunnyside School District’s athletic levy went down to defeat in last month’s General Election, the district still needs to deal with pressing issues with its facilities for student-athletes.
More than 18 months ago the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) inked a consent order with five Lower Valley dairies to address sources of nitrate contamination in the groundwater.
In a fundraiser for the Sunnyside High School leadership program’s Relay for Life team, Santa Claus (Fabian Torres) visited the school at lunch yesterday, Thursday.
Gov. Jay Inslee, yesterday declaring “…it is time to reinvest in Washington,” released the details on the nearly $40 billion, 2015-17 budget he is proposing for the state of Washington.
Fall and winter usher in holiday travel and gatherings that create an opportunity for flu and other viruses to spread. But, according to state officials, there’s still time to get vaccinated to help avoid getting the flu while spending time with loved ones and friends this holiday season.
Three Sunnyside teenage males were arrested Thursday in Sunnyside in connection with a series of armed robberies that began in Yakima in late October.
Sunnyside’s Sierra Middle School associated student body is helping to make some area youngsters’ Christmas a little brighter, thanks to a donation of little stuffed ponies.
Police in Grandview started the day yesterday (Thursday) with a report of a theft in the 300 block of Wilson Highway and a burglary report from the 600 block of East Third Street.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies handled nine calls from the Lower Valley yesterday (Thursday), including three automatic alarms.
Small farmers and ranchers in the Yakima Valley are needed to help WSU researchers answer the question, “What do you know about environmental health terms and risks?”
Sen. Jim Honeyford was renamed as vice-chair of the Washington State Senate Ways and Means Committee when lawmakers met to decide who would lead committees in 2015.
The Bickleton High School girls basketball team just couldn’t overcome the height and speed of the Moses Lake Christian Academy team, losing 56-23 last night on the road.
The Cheney Blackhawks came away with wins in all 11 of the events staged at Yakima’s Lions Pool earlier this week.
Senior Makayla Moon and sophomore Megan Kinney came through big time yesterday for the Sunnyside High School girls bowling team.
Claiming 18 team points in the first three matches of the night sparked the Sunnyside wrestling team to a 56-20 victory at Davis yesterday in CBBN action.
Benefitting from several forfeits, the Lady Grizzly wrestling team cruised to a pair of victories at a double-dual match at home Thursday night.
Although not all Mabton wrestlers fared as well as they would have liked at the Kittitas Express Wrestling Tournament this past Wednesday night, three came out on top.
WALLA WALLA – The 2014 Direct Current Concert Series will conclude on Saturday, Dec. 27, with a concert by Blue Mountain Spanish Sound at the Gesa Power House Theatre in Walla Walla.
ELLENSBURG – BBQ Flats, a pine forest south of Ellensburg, will soon be open to public access.