MABTON – Last night, Wednesday, the Mabton City Council reviewed the city’s 2015 budget, including holding a public hearing.
Yakima County Coroner Jack Hawkins has identified the woman who died in an early morning blaze yesterday morning as Kimberly Weathers, 51, of Sunnyside.
For nearly five years students at Yakima’s Eisenhower High School have been able to anonymously provide crime tips using Crime Stoppers.
The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce received a tepid thumbs up this past Monday night from a divided Sunnyside City Council.
With weather forecasters calling for cold temperatures, wind and snow to blow through the Lower Valley the next few days, Pacific Power reminds its customers and the public to take precautions to stay safe and comfortable.
In a salute to vaudeville entertainment, Al Simmons, above, invites the current Miss Sunnyside Court (L-R Krisana Fernandez, Liliana Cisneros, Madison Marro and Annie Lara) to participate with him in one of his many skits.
It’s been a long journey for Sunnyside native Billie J. Myers, from the military to a life of commercial fishing, all of it haunted by problems with drug abuse.
A woman died in a house fire in Sunnyside early this morning.
The Sunnyside City Council is one step away from approving a $23 million budget for 2015.
Sunnyside High School’s leadership class students hosted a special Veterans Day assembly last week.
When Sunnyside’s Oliver Hernandez enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1987, he had no way of knowing that his time in the military would be marked by a resurgence of patriotism that hadn’t been exhibited by Americans since World War II.
Sharing his father’s story with those attending this morning’s Sunnyside American Legion Post 73 Veterans Day program at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens is Walt Ranta.
Building permit activity on the decline in Sunnyside
With only five new building permits processed with a total combined valuation of $20,000, the month of October was slow for new construction in the city of Sunnyside.
Park N Pak of Sunnyside was one of the companies issued fines by the state’s Department of Ecology during the third quarter of 2014.
H. Lloyd Miller of Sunnyside shared photographs of a potato grown by local rancher Harold Olsen that clearly showed the spud to be larger than Miller’s 2-year-old son. Every Washington state county but King and Pierce voted in favor of the prohibition of alcohol. There were 20,000 returns in favor of being dry, as opposed to 15,000 rejecting the law.