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Bill Michener came from a small family, as did his wife, Julie.
Sunnyside and Yakima County Fire District No. 5 firefighters work together yesterday during annual vehicle extrication training at the city’s fire station.
The city’s police officers guild has a new contract.
Sisters Bianca, left, and Isela Valencia receive assistance from Community Library Supervisor Sonia Espinoza Tuesday during the Granger Library’s weekly craft time.
They’ll be allowed, but with a catch
Personal fireworks will still be permitted in the city limits.
Art Fiker Memorial Stadium will be filled with people in cap and gown at 10 a.m. Saturday for a commencement exercise ceremony.
Sunnyside musicians, singers and dancers wait for their turn to go on stage yesterday morning during the Pioneer Elementary School “All School Talent Show.”
Fire partially destroys home
The Red Cross is helping a local family after their home was partially destroyed by a fire yesterday.
Melissa Rivas places a pin on the city of Sunnyside’s new firefighter, Zach Heeren, during the City Council meeting Monday night.
Police: Incidents gang-related
Police are still seeking leads in a pair of gang-related shootings two weeks apart.
Prosser, Grandview women in court
Trial dates are set for two Lower Yakima Valley residents accused of participating in a scheme to steal funds from a fruit company.
Jody Patterson of Patterson Masonry builds a column yesterday at the site of the future Zillah Veterans Memorial on First Street, adjacent to Teapot Dome Park.
Community Days to mark street upgrades
It was a long winter for residents, and they are now ready to celebrate spring as Community Days kicks off, Greater Mabton Association spokeswoman Gaye Vandermyn said.
Town coming to terms with claims against pastor
Area residents are still in shock over a local priest’s dismissal following allegations of sexual abuse.