The free event - sponsored by the GHS Historical Club, Grandview Senior Citizens and Grandview Parks and Recreation Department - attracted seniors from around Yakima County for an afternoon of dancing and socializing.
The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce is preparing to move forward with event planning for 2015.
A month after approving a request for $10,000 to purchase a black granite POW wall for Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza, Sunnyside’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) yesterday approved an additional $6,000 for the project.
Voters in Yakima County will have one less envelope to deal with when voting in the next election.
The Mabton Junior/Senior High School ASB is sponsoring a rooters bus to the District boys and girls basketball championship games on Saturday, Feb. 21.
“We’re not here to judge them, we’re not here to tell them what to do...we’re here to listen and be an advocate,” Lower Valley Crisis & Support Services Director Leticia Garcia said in describing her non-profit group’s efforts.
About 40 area residents showed up at the Sunnyside High School library last night to further discuss the needs of the athletic programs of the school district.
Two businesses in Sunnyside are constructing new buildings on West Yakima Valley Highway to better serve the community.
Scott “Reptile Man” Petersen shows a snapping turtle to students at Chief Kamiakin Elementary School in Sunnyside yesterday.
Citing uncertainty over the coming water year, the Roza Irrigation District board of directors declined to increase Tier II water rates.
Bickleton School District patrons overwhelmingly approve $450,000 maintenance and operations levy
While Bickleton School District’s three-year maintenance and operations levy passed by a landslide in yesterday’s special election, Grandview’s capital improvements levy is currently failing.
The Benton County Mosquito District works to abate the spread of West Nile virus via proactive measures to treat mosquito breeding grounds.
Agreements between the city of Grandview and the Grandview Neptunes swim team and Cal Ripken Baseball League were this past Tuesday approved.
The contract still needs to be drawn up, but it appears the city of Mabton will agree to sell its civic center to Sunrise Outreach.
A public hearing to take public comment regarding a proposed inclusion of the 2012 International Existing Building Code (IEBC) to Sunnyside’s existing municipal building code failed to attract any interested citizens at the Tuesday night hearing.