The Nouvella Club will introduce the 2015 recipients of its annual scholarships at its next meeting, which will be held at Snipes Mountain Restaurant and Brewery next Thursday, May 21.
Sunnyside Daybreak Rotarian Nick Friend freely admits his fear of public speaking during a club impromptu speaking exercise Wednesday morning.
The Sunnyside High School leadership class will be hosting a 5K chalk run on Saturday, May 30, to benefit the Lower Valley Relay for Life.
With only two days to go to file for this fall’s elections, 15 of the 25 positions that are up for grabs in the Lower Valley have yet to draw a candidate.
Yesterday’s heavy rains caused another casualty to the Sunnyside stormwater drain system at the corner of South Eighth Street and East Grant Avenue.
The new dispatcher for the Grandview Police Department was this past Tuesday introduced to city council. Charles Sanchez, formerly a supervisor at the Grandview Safeway store, told the city council members he looks forward to serving the community.
Providing injections and injecting catheters, while expressing compassion, are part and parcel of the work nurses perform daily.
Mayor Norm Childress of Grandview was the only Lower Valley candidate to file for public office yesterday, the second day of filing week for the November elections this fall.
With summer weather on its way, the Sunnyside Planning Commission Tuesday night began considering the idea of downtown businesses serving patrons outside on the city’s newly widened sidewalks.
The Roza Irrigation District may be in the midst of a two-week shut-off due to drought conditions, but there’s an abundance of water on the street right outside the district’s office on 13th Street in Sunnyside.
When Ignacio Ramos graduated from Sunnyside High School more than 15 years ago, he wasn’t certain which direction to take in life.
Usually in bloom in late May and early June, the fragrant peony is enjoying an early bloom like most of the other spring flowers during the recent unseasonably warm Yakima Valley spring weather.
Monday, May 11, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
“Homage to the Past” is the theme of the 58th annual Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador banquet set for Thursday, May 21, at the Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center in Prosser.
A consultant agreement with HDR Engineering was approved Monday night by the Port of Sunnyside commissioners.