Losing the title game to seven-time 1B State champions Colton last season, the Sunnyside Christian girls hoops team has high hopes for the 2015-16 campaign.
Emergency medical technicians were active during the past weekend, responding to eight emergency aid calls.
Driving too fast for conditions was the cause cited by troopers with the Washington State Patrol following a single-vehicle crash that injured a Granger woman.
Sunnyside city public works employees Glenn Barnett and Salvador Guerrero (L-R) remove large chunks of cement pipe after removing a tree stump on South Seventh Street.
Last Saturday deputies with the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office investigated suspicious activities in the 200 block of Chestnut Road near Grandview.
Police were dispatched to the 200 block of Cedar Street Sunday morning, where a man had been chased and threatened by a group of people.
Police say a party got out of hand early yesterday morning and led to a brawl involving several people.
New gateway sign installed
Motorists entering the west side of town will now be greeted with a digital sign.
A farmer, rancher, father and all-around family man is the way Graciela Gomez of Outlook describes her 100-year-old father.
A teacher’s aide at Harriet Thompson Elementary School, suspended after using tape to “secure” two pre-school students will be assigned to another district classroom in January.
All but one occupant in five vehicles involved in an early morning crash on the Mabton Bridge escaped injury this morning.
Budget, Bonnieview Road also on Tuesday's agenda
Bleyhl’s recently provided $900 to Sunnyside Christian High School to support the school’s athletic programs.
Coach Alice Perkins presents Mabton High School swimmers Brianna Desmarais and Kaitlyn Ott, right, with awards for the 2015 girls swim season at last night’s awards dinner.
A youth movement is underway for the Knights boys basketball program.
The 4A Grizzly bowling team broke into the win column yesterday with a 3-1 victory over visiting 2A Ellensburg.
In light of the recent events in Paris, Beirut, Egypt, Kenya and other places in the world where terrorists have caused death, fear and destruction, some folks may be saying that this is the will of God.
“A Happy Christmas” is the theme of the next Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection luncheon meeting, set for 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 8.