Fishing managers for agencies in Washington and Oregon are seeking candidates to fill positions on advisory committees that provide guidance on sport and commercial fishing issues on the Columbia and Snake rivers.
YAKIMA – Sunnyside’s Jolissa Mendoza brought her ‘A’ game to last Saturday’s double-dual swim meet at Yakima’s Lions Pool.
The sharp contrast between the two candidates wanting to represent Washington State’s 4th Congressional District was apparent during a forum sponsored by the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce last week.
More than half of the valuation for new building permits issued in Sunnyside last month originated from one – a project to build a $600,000 commercial office and shop at 80 McLean Rd.
A Sunnyside man, 69-year-old David E. Rowland, suffered injuries yesterday afternoon after he lost control of the motorcycle he was driving.
Hand-quilted coverlets of all colors and styles were donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, thanks to the efforts of Horizon Quilters Unlimited of the Yakima Valley.
Yakima County Superior Court Judge Richard Bartheld last week resentenced Jose Peralta Martinez to 31 months in prison for his role in the Dec. 20, 2011 hit-and-run killing of Nicholas Marez of Sunnyside.
Police in Sunnyside were involved in the pursuit of a vehicle that last four miles and all of five minutes last Friday.
Police in Grandview arrested an intoxicated female last night (Sunday) near the intersection of West Fifth Street and Concord Avenue.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies are investigating a car prowl reported this past Saturday from the 1400 block of Appleway Road near Grandview.
Sunnyside’s subcommittee on public safety met at the Sunnyside United-Unidos headquarters next to Pioneer Elementary School on East Lincoln Avenue last Thursday night to learn how the organization and Sunnyside police are fighting the gang problem in local schools.
Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014, at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
A controlled burn and welfare check were among the 18 calls for service the Sunnyside Fire Department fielded this past weekend.
Losing the team’s setter, Aydan Harrington, to an ankle injury during warm-ups last Saturday morning should have provided a clue to the Sunnyside Christian Lady Knights they were in for a long haul at the Burbank volleyball invitational.