News for Tuesday, January 23, 2018



Vikings knock off Knights

The Mabton Vikings girls basketball team improved to 9-0 in league, 13-2 overall, with its 56-36 victory over Walla Walla Valley Academy on Saturday.

Grizzlies girls top Davis

The Sunnyside girls basketball team improved to 6-1 in conference play, 11-4 overall, with a 59-39 home victory over Davis on Saturday.

Grapplers sell Krispy Kreme

The Sunnyside Little Grapplers wrestling team is selling Krispy Kreme donuts today and Wednesday to raise money for new singlets and sweats. To order donuts and support the team, stop by The Daily Sun at 600 South Sixth Street from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.

Crisis training offered

Crisis volunteer advocate training is now being offered at the Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services, 600 North Avenue, from 5-8:30 p.m. Call 509-837-6689 to register for the class.

Artist grants available

The Harry Christian Cook and Blanche McLane Art Scholarship applications are now available at the Grandview Public Library. Call the library at 509-882-7034.

Peace and coffee opens

Peace Love and Coffee owner Addie Sybouts of Grandview has opened a second coffee stand. She has taken over the stand at the Sunnyside Chevron Station on South First Street in Sunnyside.

Rapist moves to this area

A convicted 44-year-old rapist has relocated to the city. According to the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office, Jose Martinez now resides in the 200 block of Albro Road in Sunnyside.

John A. Hunting


Ellen Louise Phinney


Ruth Campbell Hall