Fourteen businesses were fined last week for failing to submit stormwater monitoring reports for three or more consecutive quarters, says the state’s Department of Ecology.
U.S. Cellular has named Leonel Verduzco Parra sales manager for its Sunnyside store.
It’s just about Back-to-School time again.
Teens’ lamb sells for $24,000 in Grandview livestock arena
One 140-lb. lamb was transformed into a beacon of hope when two Prosser High School FFA chapter members decided to sell the Suffolk cross at the Yakima Valley Fair livestock auction recently.
The public is invited to offer comments on the proposed Title 19 – the Unified Land Development – code at a hearing before the Board of Yakima County Commissioners tomorrow (Tuesday).
Employees of the Sunnyside School District nearing retirement have been in limbo for the past couple of years.
Sunnyside police are investigating a report of a stolen laptop taken from the 1600 block of Sheller Road. The victim reported the laptop missing last Friday afternoon.
Police in Grandview have arrested seven persons wanted by authorities since last Thursday morning, not including an arrest made at a traffic stop.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies are investigating a burglary reported yesterday afternoon (Sunday) from the 1900 block of Braden Road near Grandview.
A Prosser man rolled his pick-up truck yesterday afternoon while driving in a remote area of the Horse Heaven Hills.
Sunnyside firemen have responded to five requests for lift assists since last Thursday and have made one welfare check.
The music of the 50’s and 60’s has Phyllis Morris tapping her toes at the sock hop held last Friday night at Sun Terrace Retirement and Assisted Living Community in Sunnyside.
There may only be about a half dozen or so students in the Bickleton School District interested in earning college credits while attending high school.
Student-athletes who intend on turning out for one of the fall sports teams at Sunnyside’s Sierra Vista Middle School can get cleared to play at a special athletic sign-up session this coming Tuesday evening.
Since 1998 it has been prohibited by federal law for states and localities to tax Internet access. This policy, known as the Internet Tax Freedom Act, has been extended three times with broad bipartisan support. But it is set to expire again on Nov. 1, and some Senate Democrats appear willing, this time, to allow it to actually expire if they can’t use it to leverage an unrelated tax issue. It’s a dangerous game that could cost taxpayers billions of dollars and worsen the digital divide by pricing some lower income Americans off of the Internet entirely.
Sunnyside United mulls idea of providing parents with drug tests for their children
Members of the Sunnyside United coalition are considering an idea that would give a whole new meaning to the phrase “take home test.”
After spending one winter in Russia, Sunnyside’s Hannah Vlieger is on her way back to the country known for its sub-zero temperatures, and borscht.
Being a role model to younger children and her peers, representing her community in a positive manner and being an example of what her community is about…these are the reasons that compelled Krisana Fernandez to compete for the 2014-15 Miss Sunnyside title.