It was nearly three months ago when several families on South 15th Street awoke to find their homes flooded as a result of a break in one of the city of Sunnyside’s water lines.
Wine enthusiasts came from near and far this past weekend for the annual “Spring Barrel Tasting” at Lower Valley wineries.
The city of Sunnyside has formally adopted newly crafted and updated standards for licensing dogs in the city limits.
The Yakima Basin’s worst drought in at least a decade has Roza Irrigation District officials looking to buy water.
A great little tale of a young orphan girl, rescued and protected by the gods until a peasant couple falls in love with her and decides to raise her as their own.
Sunnyside Council bans marijuana, takes issue off ballot
By unanimous vote Monday night, the Sunnyside City Council banned the production, processing and sale of marijuana within city limits.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at 7 p.m. at Grandview City Hall
A year ago the city of Sunnyside received a $300,000 grant to research an alphabet soup of contaminants at the city’s airport.
Options for reviewing the complete, 329-page remedial investigation report on Sunnyside’s airport include:
MABTON – Sometimes being a community law enforcement officer means getting your hands dirty.
Since yesterday (Thursday) police in Sunnyside have been alerted to a burglary and a theft.
GRANDVIEW – Police in Grandview investigated a burglary report made yesterday morning (Thursday) in the 500 block of Crescent Drive. Further details about the incident were not available.
Yakima County Sheriff deputies have handled seven calls from the Lower Valley since yesterday morning (Thursday), including four traffic problems.
Food left on the stove in a home in the 1200 block of Orchard Street caused some excitement Thursday afternoon.
Sunnyside Museum volunteer Sally Saras (L) welcomes about 20 members of the local Nouvella Club yesterday, Thursday, for a visit at the museum.