The statewide WorkSource system is launching a new online tool this week that makes it easier for veterans and exiting service members to find jobs in Washington’s civilian workforce.
A special holiday service is being hosted by Smith Funeral Homes in Sunnyside this coming Friday at 6:30 p.m.
In action last night, Monday, the Sunnyside City Council approved a $45,089 contract with Columbia Pumping and Construction to line a sewer pipe under a 1,250-foot stretch of Yakima Avenue.
Next year, Sunnyside residents will be able to listen in live to city council meetings over the internet, whether they are using a Mac or PC.
The Sunnyside City Council met in executive session for about 20 minutes Monday night to discuss pending litigation.
In action last night, the Sunnyside City Council approved a move to create a position on the Sunnyside Arts Commission for a Sunnyside-area student.
In action Monday night, the Sunnyside City Council approved the closure of Sixth Street from Blaine to Warehouse avenues to all but local business traffic during the Lighted Farm Implement Parade to take place on Saturday, Dec. 6.
The Sunnyside City Council agreed Monday night to increase property taxes by 1 percent next year.
During the Sunnyside City Council meeting last night, Monday, Mayor Jim Restucci formally proclaimed today, Nov. 11, as Veterans Day in the city of Sunnyside.
In August 2014 the state’s Nursing Assistant Program charged certified nursing assistant David F. Clark of Yakima County with unprofessional conduct.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has extended the closure of four water access sites along the Columbia River behind Wanapum Dam through Jan. 15, 2015, while work continues to repair a fractured spillway.
Columbia Electric Supply of Sunnyside was awarded a bid to provide materials for a pump station for SVID.
At the conclusion of its regular business meeting last week, the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District board convened an executive session to discuss pending litigation.
The number of properties in foreclosure stemming from past-due assessments owed to the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District are down by about half.