Enriqueta Domingo arranges pumpkins yesterday at her Rossy’s Fresh Produce stand at 1830 S. First St., next to Holy Pies.
A Grandview man is accused of possessing nearly three grams of methamphetamine.
Man accused of aiding meth dealer
A local man is accused of money laundering and fraud through his position with a car dealer.
Investigation under way by sheriff’s office
Four Lower Yakima Valley residents are recovering today from a two-vehicle crash near Granger last night.
Council plans budget review tomorrow
City officials are proposing a 2017 budget that calls for pay raises for city employees.
Job, home on the line Wednesday
A local family could lose its employment and dream home Wednesday due to a technical glitch thousands of miles away.
Zack Barr and Adrian Tapia confer before installing the Purple Heart granite wall with the aid of Sunnyside Public Works operator Randy Peters, not pictured
Workshops set for Monday and Tuesday
Everything from sewers to tourism will be on the table Monday when the City Council begins budget discussions.
Granger forum calls for locals to speak up
An Oregon attorney who sued local dairies is calling for rural residents to monitor their water and the dairy industry.
Contract for Martinez still pending
A councilman claims the city’s mayor is not yet its city administrator.
Granger council meets tonight, Mabton on Saturday
The City Council will review departmental budget requests Tuesday during a special workshop.
$230,000 raised for radio, digital advertising
More than $200,000 in political action committee funds is helping fuel an Ellensburg man’s effort to unseat the state’s chief justice.
Pastor Katrina Walther, left, of Our Saviour’s Evangelical Church welcomes a guest last Wednesday during a salad supper for women in the community.
Hester to speak at state meeting
A Port of Sunnyside official is one of the guest speakers Wednesday for a state workshop.
An anonymous Sunnyside resident is earning praise on social media for aiding police in preventing a potential suicide.