University just one of seven in west honored
The writing program at Washington State University again has been named among the 21 best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Conference attracts state, local leaders
There was a buzz at the Community Center yesterday, both in the air and on the ground.
Two visit local GOP Club
Retail marijuana should be legal in Yakima County and Sunnyside.
State calls for accountability in city books
City officials allocated nearly $500,000 last year without support for those costs, possibly leading to unnecessary utility increases.
Marine donates kidney for sister
She calls him an all-American hero. He says he is happy he could help.
Emma Montelongo, 7, pauses to adjust her shoes during yesterday’s “Walk in Her Heels” rehearsal, as Juliette Zepeda, 10, continues walking.
Incumbent, challenger spending close
A local Republican lawmaker has raised five times more in election contributions than his Democratic challenger.
Isidro R. Rodriguez is sworn in as the new Sunnyside postmaster yesterday during a brief ceremony administered by Regional U.S. Postal Service Manager Charles Roberts.
Sleeping Beauty on stage Oct. 8
The sets are nearly complete for the move to the Sunnyside High School auditorium stage Sunday.
Their numbers include a long-time resident
Roma Francis is downsizing.
Twelve girls compete for royal positions
Sunshine Days weekend is approaching and with it comes a visit from the Seattle Seahawks’ SeaGals cheerleaders.
Issue will be reviewed after budget sessions
A councilman wants to see all seven seats on the City Council apportioned by district.
Sunnyside firefighters cover an ammonia leak Friday during a drill on the former Monson feedlot property, 1112 Yakima Valley Hwy.
Local man died Saturday morning
The Benton County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man who died Saturday in a two-car crash.
City seeks replacement for Bratton
The City Council tonight will discuss finding a new city administrator to replace Walt Bratton Jr., who resigned suddenly last month.