A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at noon Friday at one of the city’s newest businesses.
The Sunnyside Industrial Development Corporation meets at 6 p.m. today to discuss bond policy, application for tax exempt financing and an indemnification and compensation agreement.
The city pool was closed early yesterday thanks to some juveniles who were behaving in a disorderly manner.
A Sunnyside man is in court tomorrow for a trial confirmation.
A Prosser man is being charged with possession of methamphetamine and made a preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday.
Rand Elliott of Moxee, who represents the lower valley on the Yakima County Commission, said today the decision to put recreational marijuana on the November ballot is a reaction to numerous requests for a vote.
Two blazes reported west of Buena
Two fires raced through brush, dry grass and small trees yesterday afternoon west of the community alongside Interstate 82, slowing traffic.
Withdrawal risks setback for dairies
Darigold President and CEO Stan Ryan told a Congressional panel that the North American Free Trade Agreement has been good for the dairy industry.
Granger has been growing sneakily quick the past few years, and Paul and Julie Almanza are proud to have spurred some of that growth.
There are dreams. And then are big dreams, like the $3.5 million dream Ryan Stonemetz plans to make come true here.
The Snake River Fire near Pomeroy has consumed approximately 3,100 acres and was considered 100 percent contained last night. The blaze was caused by lightning at about 2 a.m. Saturday.
Escalera: Police will educate before ticketing
The new distracted driving law will take effect Sunday, but it’s not as cut and dried as it sounds.
Sen. Honeyford gets funds into capital budget
State Sen. Jim Honeyford of Sunnyside has staked out $300,000 in the state capital budget for the development of a program to help keep the Yakima Valley from falling behind in agricultural drone technology.