The Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador team for the coming year includes Ambassador Jessica Stoutjesdyk, and alternates Natalie Bangs and Katelyn Banks.
Sunnyside High School has received its accreditation for the next six years from the Association of Educational Service Districts of the State of Washington.
Grandview’s Fred E. Hayes Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary announced its final roster of delegates for Evergreen Girls State, to be held the week of June 14 at Central Washington University.
The Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee recently shared sampling results with those who participated last year in an assessment survey of wells with a high risk for contamination.
Several personnel changes were approved Monday by the Grandview School Board during the consent agenda portion of the meeting.
During comments at the Port of Sunnyside commissioners’ meeting Monday night, Executive Director Jay Hester said he will be meeting with Roza Irrigation District officials about the port leasing irrigation water to Roza farmers this summer.
Port of Sunnyside commissioners met in executive session this past Monday, to discuss legal and real estate issues.
Bethany Christian Preschool will be honoring teacher Lori VerMulm on Thursday, May 28, after the graduation ceremony for four-year-olds at 6:30 p.m.
The Grandview School Board at its Monday meeting this week authorized the issue and sale of bonds to pay for its athletic facility upgrades.
This pile of rubble is all that remains of the once popular Our Gang Antiques store on Zillah Avenue in Sunnyside.
Grandview ceremony slated to start at 11 a.m. next Monday
The members of Grandview’s Fred E. Hayes American Legion Post 57 are seeking volunteers to assist with decorating graves at the Grandview Cemetery this coming Saturday in preparation for Memorial Day.
There will be ceremonies aplenty come next Monday – Memorial Day – honoring the nation’s military veterans.
A significant upgrade to the Sunnyside Municipal Airport’s runway is moving forward with the design phase planned to start in September.
The business owner who wants to sell recreational marijuana in the city of Sunnyside has filed suit against the city, claiming it improperly issued building permits for his business and did not conduct a necessary environmental review.
Sunnyside police officers comfort the victim of a house fire last Friday morning while Sunnyside firemen work to contain the fire located in the 200 block of North Second Street.