During its meeting yesterday, Monday, the Sunnyside City Council’s subcommittee on public works was updated on a pair of grants to help the city’s infrastructure.
The second annual “Meet Your Farmer” day will be held Sunday, April 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Heavenly Hills Harvest Farm (762 S. Emerald Rd., Sunnyside).
Closed for nearly three years, South Hill Road in Sunnyside will re-open to traffic…but with changes to help protect residents in the area.
Yakima Valley Community College has named its fall quarter 2014 graduates.
Grandview High School junior Gloria Guizar has been named as Grandview’s delegate to American Legion Auxiliary Girls State, to be held at Central Washington University in June.
Sunnyside’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee members were very impressed with a pitch for funds from organizers of a first ever ale festival.
Sunnyside’s building boom bounced back nicely in March, with 69 permits issued for projects with a combined valuation of $6.2 million.
Three weeks to the day, that’s all the time Sunnyside residents have to get their orders in for the geraniums and petunias that the Lower Valley Soroptimists are selling this spring.
Awed by a residential fire sprinkler demonstration at the Grandview Fire Department’s open house this past Wednesday night are youngsters Joseph and Joshua Myers, Martin Everett and David Catalan.
“It’s like putting a tinker toy set together.”
The city of Sunnyside will be flushing its water system on Wednesday, April 22, and Thursday, April 23, from 3 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunnyside residents who have spring cleaning projects underway have an easy and affordable way to dispose of their waste.
New owners take over local produce stand
For 35 years Sunnyside residents have come to depend on Dolores Hutchinson and her produce stand to supply fruits and vegetables for their dinner tables.