Are you ready for this? September is National Preparedness Month.
The Sunnyside family of Alanna Cruz, Vanity Cruz and Ricardo Rodriguez pose as food in front of the Wienermobile at Sunnyside’s Fiesta Foods last Friday.
Leo and Sam Madrigal of Sunnyside are working to reopen a historic downtown nightspot under a new name and management.
On Sept. 8, we observe National Grandparents Day.
Sunnyside-based Lower Valley Credit Union (LVCU) is one of just 21 credit unions nationwide to share in a $160 million federal grant program.
Ben Eisenga is stepping into his role as the new branch manager of Columbia Bank in Sunnyside.
On Sept. 1, we observe Labor Day — a celebration of the American worker.
U.S. Cellular is donating $1 million to fund teacher classroom projects through its Calling All Teachers program.
Sunnyside City Hall wants the community to know that the 28 businesses affected by street construction are open and ready to serve their customers.
Children ages 13 and younger in the Sunnyside area have the opportunity to earn college scholarships by simply doing one of their favorite activities: coloring.
Terry McEntire is a man in motion.
YAKIMA – Entrepreneurs looking for financing to launch a business or buy equipment can get a free review of paperwork at the Rural Community Development Resources marathon on Friday, Aug. 22, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. in Yakima.
Prestige Care & Rehabilitation of Sunnyside has been recognized by Qualis Health as one of the top performing skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers in Idaho and Washington states.
Fourteen businesses were fined last week for failing to submit stormwater monitoring reports for three or more consecutive quarters, says the state’s Department of Ecology.
U.S. Cellular has named Leonel Verduzco Parra sales manager for its Sunnyside store.