During a special meeting held yesterday (Wednesday), Port of Sunnyside Commissioners Jim Grubenhoff and Arnold Martin authorized Director Jay Hester to sign loan documents associated with Benton REA’s rural development loan grant program.
MABTON – One episode of the hit TV comedy Seinfeld focused on the fictional December holiday of Festivus.
Chad Roberts now knows why he was born in Central Washington.
Pastor Larry Mays of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Sunnyside and wife Lynell (L) visit with church organist Joan Rouse and her twin sister June Mathiesen from Pendleton, Ore. during a dinner party at the church this past Sunday afternoon.
Sunnyside High School Band Director David Chavey-Reynaud gets doused while washing cars at the band booster car wash last Saturday
Sunnyside’s Paleteria La Norteña celebrated 25 years in business this past Saturday in a big way, with crowds of people visiting to get ice cream bars at 1989 prices and to see Spider-Man, Dora the Explorer and Elmo.
Thirteen brave Lower Valley golfers have joined the millions of individuals taking the ALS ice bucket challenge, collecting more than $300 late last Friday afternoon at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
Continuing dry conditions prompted Gov. Jay Inslee last Friday to extend a burn ban for central and eastern Washington to until noon on Wednesday, Sept. 3.
The South Yakima Conservation District in cooperation with the Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee is starting its deep soil sampling program for this fall.
Sunnyside firemen and volunteers stop motorist Yesenia Gonzales and her passenger, Delaney Rojas, on their way through downtown Sunnyside last Friday in search of donations for the annual “Fill the Boot” fundraiser.
Gallo Winery, located at 2300 Holmason Rd. north of Sunnyside, sustained extensive damage yesterday (Sunday) during a structure fire at its wine production facility.
Some patients of Yakima Regional Hospital and its clinics are at risk of identity theft due to a criminal cyber-attack in April and June of 2014.
A visit 10 years ago to Puterbaugh Hop Farm near Grandview had such an impact that several Belgian farmers decided to make the trek again. They are currently visiting the Lower Yakima Valley, witnessing hop operations in action.
Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, at 7 p.m. at Grandview City Hall