Festive colors and music filled downtown last weekend for the city’s annual Cinco de Mayo Festival.
A runaway classic car will shut down a Roza canal Monday.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
Residents meet potential School District leaders
The three finalists for School District superintendent promised during a meet-and-greet last night that they would be visible and engaged in the community.
Arraignment set for May 19 in Superior Court
A high school physical education teacher and track coach is being held on $25,000 bail for alleged sexual exploitation of students and three other charges.
More than 200 volunteers in fundraiser
More than 200 walkers will hit the Sierra Vista Middle School track at noon tomorrow to draw awareness to cancer.
Fifth-graders get hands-on science lesson
Insects can be our friends, and you can raise a school at school.
Charges stem from previous employment
The city’s new police chief faces allegations of dishonesty from a previous post.
The walls fell this morning, as demolition crews clear debris resulting from the recent collapse of the former Scooter Fun Center.
Sierra Vista Middle School hosting Relay for Life
What do cupcakes, paper bags and bras have in common?
The regional classified school employee of the year, Sunnyside’s David Hinojosa, is pictured with Harrison Middle School Principal Robert Bowman, left, and state schools Superintendent Randy Dorn, right.
Health clinic will re-open Monday
Demolition starts tomorrow on a partially collapsed building.
Wapato resident charged with vehicular homicide
A 19-year-old Wapato woman was arraigned Monday on a charge related to a crash that killed a local couple last July.
Albert Kaus, 41, right, of the Rainier Amusement Carnival, sets up the Hampton Umbrella ride yesterday afternoon.
Local recently moved back to the area
A local man died yesterday after a tractor flipped.