A community yard sale to benefit Grandview’s Extra Mile Student Center, is being organized by a group of concerned citizens.
An interlocal agreement between the Mabton and Sunnyside school districts was this past Monday approved by the Mabton School Board.
A request by Dave’s Place, the retail recreational marijuana store in Sunnyside with a state license, to open temporarily while litigation against the city proceeds was denied this past Tuesday by a Superior Court judge.
The prohibition on carrying a firearm in city parks and the Grandview cemetery has been lifted.
Railroad track repairs got underway on South Hill Road near South Fourth Street this past Wednesday.
Prosser’s Jean Morris, the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Department chairwoman, presents a second-place certificate and $250 cash to Nate Cienfuegos.
2014-15 Miss Sunnyside court members (L-R) Madison Marro, Liliana Cisneros and Krisana Fernandez will relinquish their titles at the 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside Pageant on Saturday, Sept. 19.
The city of Sunnyside needs to move two large signs rescued from the Safari Restaurant when it burned down in 2011.
Sunnyside Public Works Director Shane Fisher said the city staff is aware of the settling of some of the pavers in the downtown area and will be making repairs this fall and winter.
The Sunnyside City Council approved an agreement with Huibregtse, Louman Associates, Inc. for the design and engineering of the airport runway and taxiway upgrade.
The Sunnyside City Council last Monday night approved the next step in the clean-up process at the Sunnyside Airport, voting unanimously to release funds budgeted for a study and action plan on the clean-up.
The choices were between pulling the tooth and possibly damaging the dog’s jaw and making him useless as a tracker dog, or repairing the tooth.
Sunnyside School District staff were inspired and challenged to develop a “growth mindset” during yesterday’s welcome back celebration.
After snagging new schedules and breakfast, Ethan Copeland, Daniel Singleterry, Jesus Rangel and Dominick Gonzalez (L-R) play a pick-up game of basketball at Sunnyside’s Harrison Middle School before classes begin on the first day of school this morning.