Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
Practicing law in the public and private sectors will serve him well, says Joe Brusic, Yakima County’s newly elected prosecutor.
MABTON – Last night, Wednesday, the Mabton City Council reviewed the city’s 2015 budget, including holding a public hearing.
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, at 7 p.m. at Grandview City Hall
Nearly a week after the Nov. 4 General Election a clear winner has finally emerged in the Fourth District Congressional contest between Dan Newhouse and Clint Didier.
Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside is holding steady to his slim lead over fellow Republican Clint Didier in the race to succeed Congressman Doc Hastings, who retires at the end of this year.
Trimming his election night deficit by a third, Clint Didier has narrowed the gap against Dan Newhouse in the Fourth District congressional race.
Newhouse sitting on more than 52 percent of the votes
While not all the votes have been counted in the Fourth District Congressional race, Sunnyside-area farmer Dan Newhouse has claimed an early, if narrow lead over his challenger, Clint Didier of Eltopia.
Brian Winter is leading the Yakima County Sheriff’s race handily.
Rand Elliott woke up this morning ready to tackle the same issues facing the Yakima County commissioners that he faced Tuesday as an incumbent candidate seeking re-election.
Voters, it appear, have elected personal injury attorney Joe Brusic to serve as the next Yakima County prosecutor.
Voters are overwhelmingly approving the incumbents in the 15th Legislative District races.
The measure to reduce class sizes and increase staffing support in schools was soundly defeated by Yakima County voters, a trend that held true across the state, although not to the same degree.
With 30 percent of the ballots returned so far, Grandview School District’s Proposition No. 1 is trailing by 79 votes.
For better or worse, a nine-month journey ends for Dan Newhouse next Tuesday when voters decide whether it will be the Sunnyside native or Clint Didier who represents them in Washington D.C.