Funeral service for toddler set for Wednesday
The community is reaching out in support of baby Isabella Orozco’s family.
Priming under way for SVID
The 2017 watering season is getting under way.
Lynch a no-show for Britt camp
Sunny skies and dispositions ruled yesterday during Seahawk Justin Britt’s second camp in the Lower Yakima Valley.
Winery ‘banishes’ rattlesnakes
“Be gone all ye snakes,” demands “Father Gail” as he waves his grapevine decorated snake stick about.
Sunnyside one of seven stores to be shuttered
A local farm supply store will close this fall after doing business for nine years in the community.
GoFundMe account set up for family
A GoFundMe crowdsourcing site had raised $2,735 by 83 people in 10 hours yesterday for the family of a toddler hit and killed by a pickup Saturday.
Commissioners, Honeyford differ on Outlook
County and state officials apparently aren’t seeing eye-to-eye on the community’s recent flood.
Improper legal notice delays council action
The City Council will wait another four months before making a decision on possible changes on allowing retail marijuana stores.
Eva Mitchell of Project Linus Yakima Valley shows quilting techniques during the group’s meeting yesterday at the Sunnyside Community Center.
Local man’s bail set at $75,000
A local man will be arraigned March 28 after he allegedly threatened a man and held him at knife point.
Billboards oppose gays, religions
School bus Dale Brown carries two billboards in his pick-up bed.
Kudos honor those building the future
The Chamber of Commerce on Saturday lauded community members for helping build the future through their dedication to students, academics, safety and enterprise.
Work on Sunnyside’s Grandview Avenue to replace an irrigation line spills over on to residential yards in the area, where materials are also stored over night.
Toppenish native holds military honors
It isn’t often a local Rotary group invites a retired brigadier General to talk at 6:45 a.m.
Bottled water order still in place
Officials with the state Department of Ecology are going door-to-door today collecting water samples from residents impacted by a berm breach on farmland at 431 Nichols Road last week.