Farmers are understandably concerned about the future of irrigation water in this state.
Improved security measures needed
The issue of illegal immigration has been festering in Eastern Washington for decades. But now, the issue of legal immigration poses a new dilemma.
Thank you Sunnyside City Councilman Jason Raines for pointing out what a sticky-wicket council has created for itself with the local chamber of commerce.
The announcement yesterday that Hanford will be part of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park is a good thing in that it ensures preservation of the site.
Several Veterans Day observances scheduled
Wednesday is Veterans Day.
In a matter of hours last Thursday, Sunnyside’s landscape was forever altered.
Want to hold state lawmakers’ collective feet to the fire to reform Washington’s sales tax system? That’s in essence the question Initiative 1366 presents to voters next Tuesday, Nov. 3.
The domino theory derailed U.S. foreign policy in the 1960s. Now, it’s apparently gotten our state’s cougar policy off track.
According to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens and young adults.
Sunnyside Police Chief Al Escalera is asking the city council for permission to double the amount of money his department currently spends on overtime pay. A total of $125,000 was set aside this year to pay local police officers for overtime.
We’re about to restart our online experiment. We’re about to resume allowing comments on our stories, photographs, polls, obituaries and more.
The AP Stylebook says back yard can be one word, as in “backyard.”
The city of Sunnyside is growing – both population-wise and from an economic standpoint. Local citizens, beginning this week, have the opportunity to help ensure the community is prepared for continued growth.