More people to have input before listings
Congressman Dan Newhouse is elated after his State, Tribal and Local Species Transparency and Recovery Act was approved in a House Natural Resources Committee markup this week.
Frank Soliz Jr. of Wapato digs a trench under railroad tracks yesterday at Outlook as Columbia Basin Railroad machinery unloads replacement ties.
Ag-related incident second in two days
For the second time in two days, a tractor operator was injured in an agriculture-related incident and transported to a hospital.
Celebration set for tomorrow
Today is the day many shoppers have been anxiously awaiting since winter.
Police are investigating a Wednesday night stabbing that left one man hospitalized.
A Benton City man appeared in court yesterday after allegedly attempting to sell an air conditioner reported stolen from the city last February.
Police booked a Yakima man into jail Tuesday on several charges.
The city Civil Service Commission will meet in special session next Wednesday to discuss extending the police dispatcher eligibility list.
The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office has received complaints of a phone scam of which he wants the public to be aware.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
Yakima Valley College’s Grandview Student Council and city Parks and Recreation will offer a free “Movie in the Park” event Oct. 7, beginning shortly after dusk.
The annual Oktoberfest fall reunion will be held at the white pass ski lodge, 48935 US Highway 12, from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 14.
Historic Downtown Prosser Association in partnership with Prosser Farmers Market and Mustangs for Mustangs will be hosting a “Pumpkin Palooza” on Oct. 21.
To a lot of so-called “single” moms, this is going to come as a shock: Divorced does not equal single.
Shame, shame, shame on you Editor Roger Harnack and Managing Editor Ted Escobar.
I was among those who was sorely disappointed by Ted Escobar’s front page coverage of Tom Paul’s death — until I reread the article several times.
I am a regular subscriber and reader of your newspaper. On Sept. 27, you ran a story titled, “Sheriff’s Office: Controversial resident commits suicide in field by Managing Editor Ted Escobar.
You’re putting your life at risk, one like at a time.
Golfers, whether at the top of their game or those just out for a good cause, are today taking part in the annual Sunnyside Community Hospital Foundation “Golf Fore Health” tournament at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.