With administrative assistant Angela Smith tendering her resignation, the Port of Sunnyside is looking to hire a replacement.
In discussions last Monday, Port of Sunnyside commissioners learned that the port’s former office on Seventh Street in downtown Sunnyside needs to be painted.
In action last Monday, Port of Sunnyside commissioners approved the sale of land with a home and shop at 2371 Murray Rd. to Monica Jane Veiga.
The Jr. Indelook Club will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, April 14, at the home of Diana Mae Monroe in Sunnyside.
TOPPENISH – FFA and 4-H youngsters raising lambs for the Central Washington Junior Livestock Show in Toppenish are invited to a lamb shearing this Saturday, April 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the livestock show fairgrounds, 509 S. Division St. in Toppenish.
YAKIMA – Yakima County commissioners this past Tuesday revised the county’s retire-rehire policy to include Public Employees Retirement System plans two and three.
KENNEWICK – The Divine Fellowship, founded by Janice and Phil Lynch, is spearheading this coming weekend’s NW Healing Spirit Expo.
Following its regular monthly meeting yesterday, Tuesday, the SVID board of directors held an executive session to discuss pending litigation.
In action yesterday, Tuesday, the SVID board of directors denied a claim for damages submitted by Don Vlieger, owner of the Sunnyside Inn Bed and Breakfast.
During its regular monthly meeting yesterday, Tuesday, the Roza Irrigation District board of directors received an update on the Yakima Basin integrated plan to boost fish habitat and water storage.