A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at noon Friday at one of the city’s newest businesses.
Christian organization helps athletes
A one-day camp for youngsters interested in wrestling will take place July 26 at Sunnyside High School.
Yakima Valley Libraries July session of “Lawyers in the Library” will provide attendees with immigration information and answers to related legal questions.
The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office has introduced three new deputies.
State Highway 141 open with pilot car access
Fire crews are gaining ground on the 337-acre Dry Creek Fire burning near state Highway 141 north of White Salmon.
Northwest Farm Credit Services, the Northwest’s leading agricultural lending cooperative, has released its quarterly Market Snapshot publications that look at the state of major agricultural commodities.
Is this answer to grape labor shortage?
Robots have been the talk of the universe in recent years, given the way technology changes so quickly.
Juan Fernandez of Sunnyside thanks Ramona Lopez for the high quality fresh produce she brought to the Sunnyside Farmers Market Wednesday afternoon.
Residents can volunteer
Swearing in new Sunnyside Planning Commission member Roy Campos on Monday, Mayor James Restucci was reminded there are other positions to fill on other boards.
City deals with sludge removal
Monday’s discussion of the city’s public records ordinance did not result in any new charges for residents requesting them.
Justin Newhouse accused
Charges have been filed and a Mabton man charged for a January fatality crash near Buena.
Rebeka Alvarez, 9, of Prosser enjoys a ride down the rec slide at the Prosser Aquatics Center yesterday.
A public hearing for the city’s 6-year Transportation Improvement Program was completed Tuesday.