Brown water has Mabton residents seeing red.
The Mabton City Council will have some help in preparing the 2015 budget.
Eight students from the Lower Yakima Valley were named to the Yakima Valley Community College Dean’s and President’s lists for the summer quarter.
The Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection is sponsoring “A Bushel and a Peck” silent auction and meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Barn Restaurant in Prosser (490 Wine Country Road).
Washington State University has released the list of students who have been named to the summer 2014 President’s Honor Roll.
Numerous personnel contracts were approved by the Mabton School Board last week.
A Sunnyside City Council meeting scheduled for tonight (Monday) in Sunnyside has been cancelled.
The Second Harvest mobile food bank will be setting up shop at the Grandview Immanuel Lutheran Church, 300 S. Euclid St., on Tuesday, Oct. 7.
Enrollment is up in the Sunnyside School District by nearly 200 students from the projected 6,357 for the 2014-15 school year. A total of 6,556 students are currently enrolled in the district.
The Sunnyside High School soccer team was honored at last night’s school board meeting for placing third in the state tourney last year, the highest placing the school has ever achieved.
The Sunnyside School Board last night approved a schedule and reference tool for its evaluation of the superintendent.
At a presentation last night to the Sunnyside School Board, District Director of Human Resources Debbie Holwegner explained how the district is hiring and retaining high quality teachers.
Thursday night the Sunnyside School Board approved a number of personnel changes in the district.
Thursday night the Sunnyside School Board approved contracts with the district secretaries and security.
Grandview City Councilwoman Diana Jennings submitted her resignation this past Tuesday.