A couple weeks ago I bumped into John Darrington, a consultant who guided the search a few years ago that led Sunnyside to hire Don Day as its city manager.
Just like those in Sunnyside, Mabton residents will soon see ballots appear in the mail for a school maintenance and operation levy on the Feb. 9 ballot.
We should be thankful the Obama administration is nearing its end.
Here’s something you don’t see in the winter much anymore: unsupervised children sledding alone.
Over the years, our community has developed a unique partnership with our school district.
Failure would mean higher taxes in district
The obvious choice is “yes” when it comes to the Sunnyside School District levy ballot headed to our mailboxes this week.
The smart car is upon us and self-driving automobiles soon will be commonplace — which will be the buzz at this week’s 2016 Detroit Auto Show.
The newspaper is doing the right thing by once again publishing police and court reports. It gives readers some of idea of what is going on.
As we continue to watch the events at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge unfold, we should stop to see what’s happening right here in Eastern Washington.
Last year, Gov. Jay Inslee shot down a bill establishing laws related to the use of drones by government agencies and others over private property.
The question of Ted Cruz’s eligibility to be president has been simmering on the back burner for years, but this week the benign chatter erupted into front-page headlines thanks to GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.
I am writing this letter of support for the Sunnyside School District Board of Directors Maintenance and Operation levy, which is to be voted on between now and Feb. 9, 2016.