“Homage to the Past” is the theme of the 58th annual Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador banquet set for Thursday, May 21, at the Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center in Prosser.
A consultant agreement with HDR Engineering was approved Monday night by the Port of Sunnyside commissioners.
When the Port of Sunnyside engineered its screw press at the industrial wastewater treatment plant, the area surrounding the press was constructed with asphalt.
Noting the Yakima Valley is experiencing a drought this year, the Port of Sunnyside commissioners last night authorized Port Director Jay Hester to sell the port’s excess water to the local irrigation districts.
Not able to see the forest for the trees comes to mind when looking at these shaggy mane mushrooms blooming in the back yard of a Sunnyside home.
A 6-year-old Mabton boy was struck by a pick-up truck – and died – yesterday afternoon. Law enforcement officials have not yet disclosed the name of the youngster.
While 2015 may be an off-year election for state and national positions, the local positions to be filled could have a major impact on the day-to-day lives of voters.
True Value, Just Ask Rental to close end of May
This year not only marks the 50th anniversary of FSI Fabrication in Sunnyside under one family’s ownership, but 2015 also sets up as a time of major transition for the company.
Taking a wait-and-see approach, the Roza Irrigation District board of directors on Tuesday approved a two-week shutdown effective Monday, May 11.
Young, colorfully costumed dancers take to the streets on Saturday during Sunnyside’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Alfonso Magallanes-Gonzalez, a Level II sex offender, has moved to Grandview according to the Yakima County Sheriff’s office.
Yesterday morning (Thursday) at approximately 10 a.m. Washington Elementary School executed a lockout after a woman trying to obtain money at the Sunnyside School District administration building alarmed personnel.
The Sunnyside School Board spent more than an hour last night honoring students and staff who had won a variety of awards ranging from an art contest to a welding competition.
Source of contamination still unknown
The good news is that the city of Sunnyside is being allowed by the Department of Ecology to finish the stormwater project that left a gaping hole at Decatur Avenue and Sixth Street.
It wasn’t in the morning, but it was a pair of mourning doves foraging for an afternoon meal in a Lower Yakima Valley vineyard earlier this week.