Dan Newhouse, Washington state’s Fourth Congressional District representative, will be one of two speakers at Grandview’s annual flag raising ceremony on Saturday, July 4.
Rand-ums Gifts & Novelties in Sunnyside is open again after being shut down by the city due to not having a certificate of occupancy for its building.
Sunnyside Daybreak Rotarians, such as Bill Flower, Ivan White and Dave Shrewsberry, were greeted this morning, Wednesday, with a quiz on Independence Day history.
The Sunnyside WorkSource building is home to two entities working together to assist both employers and those looking for work.
Saying it is just one more adventure, Sunnyside’s Mike Hazzard and Caroline Smith will be among the dozens of Fallen Heroes 5K Run participants taking their place at the starting line this coming Saturday.
A parcel of land adjacent to the Ameristar gas station, former home to both the Budget and Legacy Motors car dealerships, may get new life.
As the 4th of July celebration approaches, the Yakima County Fire Marshal’s Office reminds residents of the local fireworks laws.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture began its annual trapping program last week.
Lia Pena has had a lot of different jobs in her life, but her latest job, that of chauffeuring, is her favorite.
In his last act as president of the Sunnyside Noon Rotary Club this past Monday, Tim King installs the club’s newest member, Elizabeth Alba.
The Port of Sunnyside continued its decades-long stretch of clean audit returns in a pair of Washington state audit filings issued in the last couple of days.
A $38.2 billion budget for 2015-17 was approved by the Washington state Senate, earning praise from Gov. Jay Inslee and Democrats.
Nearly everything about their week at the 2015 American Legion Evergreen Girls State Conference was a new experience for Sunnyside High School delegates Sheyanne Desmarais, Alexis Cardenas and Nayeli Martinez.
Taking a cue from fire-ravaged Wenatchee to the north, Mabton has banned fireworks for this July 4 celebration.
The mercury is expected to top triple digits today, Friday, and well into next week.