Hop acreage at all-time high

U.S. hop acreage increased 18.5 percent this year, reaching a record high.

Volkswagen to pay state $26 million

A foreign car maker has agreed to a settlement with the state.

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Sisters open local consignment shop

New business in Sunnyside Mini Mall

Divas have arrived at the Mini Mall, 214 S. Sixth St.

County food inspection results

Yakima County health officials published the following results of food inspections in the lower valley during the month of June.

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Hop plant leads building starts

A local company’s expansion led the way in new building starts for the second month in a row.

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Sunnyside sports bar reworking its image

Egley’s angling to attract after work crowd

A local bar’s new management is hoping to create a new image.

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Port seeks funds for Funny Farm renovations

Building set for wine or brewery start-up

Port officials will seek county financial support to renovate the Funny Farm liquor store building at 416 E. Edison Ave.

WSU finds partner for drone research

University and firm to work on ag applications

A Chinese commercial drone manufacturer and Washington State University will team up on research projects.

BPA names new officer

The Bonneville Power Administration has a new chief financial officer.

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Licensing office makes a move

Family business moves four doors down

The family-owned Robinson Licensing on Decatur Avenue has a new look and new location.

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Pet owners welcome at winery

Good wine, casual atmosphere and pet friendly are just some of the hallmarks of Two Mountain Winery.

Publisher receives regional award

Harnack, Omak reporter share SPJ honors

The Daily Sun News publisher was among dozens of journalists recognized Saturday night for their work last year.

Port extends deadline

Port of Sunnyside commissioners agreed to wait two more weeks before formally taking ownership of a property near downtown.

State fines processor

Repeated serious safety violations have resulted in a serious workplace injury and a fine for a potato processor in Warden.

Board seeks heroes at work

Nominations are being sought for the 2016 Governor’s Lifesaving Awards.