Congressman concerned about security
The local Congressman is still in shock over a shooting rampage yesterday that critically wounded a colleague.
Fire partially destroys home
The Red Cross is helping a local family after their home was partially destroyed by a fire yesterday.
Sunnyside musicians, singers and dancers wait for their turn to go on stage yesterday morning during the Pioneer Elementary School “All School Talent Show.”
They’ll be allowed, but with a catch
Personal fireworks will still be permitted in the city limits.
Woman filed guilty plea last month
Sentencing will be delayed for a former Housel Middle School teacher.
Sisters Bianca, left, and Isela Valencia receive assistance from Community Library Supervisor Sonia Espinoza Tuesday during the Granger Library’s weekly craft time.
The city’s police officers guild has a new contract.
Sunnyside and Yakima County Fire District No. 5 firefighters work together yesterday during annual vehicle extrication training at the city’s fire station.
Police: Suspects caught leaving victim’s house
A local man appeared in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday after he allegedly broke into a home.
Port of Sunnyside commissioners will meet in executive session at 3 p.m. tomorrow.
A Yakima County nursing assistant’s credentials are suspended.
Yakima County Commissioners are seeking volunteers to apply for the county’s Planning Commission.
Motorists may experience travel delays westbound on Interstate 90 this week between the summit of Snoqualmie Pass and North Bend.
Badlandz, a rock and pop band out of the Tri-Cities will perform at a street dance and concert at 8 p.m. Saturday on the newly designed big “M” at the intersection of Main and B streets.
The Classic Car N’ Shine, held as a part of the community’s Old-fashioned Fourth of July will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Prosser City Park on Sommer Avenue.
“This Guy” will perform at the Veterans Memorial fundraiser form 5-7 p.m. at the Civic Center, on First Street.
Two Mountain Winery’s third annual Comedy Night will feature comedians: Brad Upton and Vince Valenzuela July 15.
The musical Cabaret” opens Aug 18 at the Gesa Power Houses Theatre for the first of six performances of the popular World War II play set in Berlin.
One more merit badge, and Christopher Alaniz of Granger will be an Eagle Scout. His Eagle project is complete.