MABTON – The Mabton City Council last night (Tuesday) voted to table approval of an agreement with Sunnyside Municipal Court for the hearing of Mabton police cases.
MABTON – In order to help balance its 2015 city budget, the Mabton City Council approved a 1 percent property tax levy increase, which is anticipated to bring in a total of $159,000 in revenues to the city coffers.
Ensuring that local children have a festive Christmas is the goal of the Sunnyside Police Explorers’ annual toy drive.
The Grandview School Board last week approved several coaching contracts.
With the recent failure of an athletic facility levy, Grandview Superintendent of Schools Kevin Chase told the school board it will need to decide how to proceed.
A Christmas bazaar and indoor flea market will be held Saturday, Dec. 6, at Grandview Compass High School, 913 W. Second Street, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Grandview High School FFA Christmas tree sale is scheduled for its grand opening on Saturday, Dec. 6, at the Grandview fairgrounds in the livestock sales barn.
In action last week, Port of Sunnyside commissioners approved amendments with three industries that contract with the port for wastewater processing.
With long time administrative assistant Vernita Coffey retiring at the end of this year, the Port of Sunnyside has hired a new assistant.
Yakima Valley Community College will be offering the High School 21+ program at Sunnyside Learning Center starting in January 2015.
Sunnyside police raced to the local library yesterday (Monday) in response to a report of a fight.
The Mabton School District has added a new policy and will be changing two procedures that were presented for a first reading at Monday’s school board meeting.
Two people, Mike Lopez and Steve Templin, were the only personnel changes dealt with at this past Monday’s Mabton School Board meeting.
A last-minute request from Pam Turner of the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce for a street closure for the first ever lighted kids parade on Friday, Dec. 5, was granted by the city council.
The city of Sunnyside will be buying a $1 million fire truck from Cascade Fire Equipment in Yakima.