Nouvella Club members Peggy Romfo (L) and Letha Grubb (R) presented $500 scholarships to (L-R) Hanna Peters of Prosser High School, Annie Brouwer of Sunnyside Christian High School, Payton Sample of Sunnyside High School and Cheree LaPierre of Sunnyside High School at Thursday’s club luncheon.
Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Coordinator Megan Razey said she has been busily planning a number of activities for the summer months.
Meandering its way up and down the streets of Sunnyside, the inaugural Fallen Heroes 5K will be held Saturday, July 4.
Groups across the Lower Valley received more than $900,000 from Legends Casino as part of its annual Yakama Cares and Community Impact Fund programs.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
Sunnyside firemen were called out at approximately 9 p.m. last night to deal with a report of a power pole fire at the intersection of 11th Street and Lincoln Avenue.
Police in Grandview had a relatively quiet day yesterday (Thursday), despite a complaint about animal noise.
Sunnyside police yesterday (Thursday) investigated a burglary reported in the 500 block of Midvale Road at a local business. Items stolen during the incident were not detailed.
A Grandview woman was arrested following a high speed police pursuit this past Wednesday afternoon.
Catholic Charity Housing has started to prepare lots for 38 new homes next to the Bi-Mart store in Sunnyside, the second phase of an existing development.
The Sunnyside Arts Commission wants to better highlight the community’s art and artists.
The Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador team for the coming year includes Ambassador Jessica Stoutjesdyk, and alternates Natalie Bangs and Katelyn Banks.
The strains of Pomp and Circumstance will be heard throughout the Lower Yakima Valley during the first weekend of June.
In a bid to keep the groups working to improve Sunnyside on the same page