The Washington State Auditor’s Office found the city of Grandview did not properly report federal funds the municipality received for its wastewater treatment plant improvements.
Despite a pair of touchdown tosses by Roy Zavala, Mabton’s football team came up on the short end of a 27-18 score to the DeSales Irish last Friday.
The Sunnyside Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) wants to look at the possibility of funding a position solely focused on promoting tourism.
Yakima woman to share her tale in Sunnyside Sept. 30
Not only will Sunnyside residents get to hear from a guest panel, but those attending Sunnyside United’s town hall meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 30, will get to hear the personal story of someone who chose to drink alcohol, smoke marijuana and get involved in gangs.
A newly drafted ordinance that outlines acceptable signage in the city of Grandview will be considered for adoption at the Tuesday, Oct. 14, city council meeting.
My heart has been heavy since hearing the devastating news that a good portion of my hometown was destroyed by a wildfire.
The 1A Highland Scotties, with home field advantage, prevailed 2-1 against visiting 2B Mabton last night.
A familiar face to Grandview residents young and old alike, Georg Graf has taken on a new role in the local schools.
Looking forward to a future career as a dental hygienist, Lily Rangel has been serving the clientele at Bon Vino’s Bistro and Bakery for nearly a year.
The Mabton Viking football team last Friday, in its home opener, took on a tough opponent in Tri-Cities Prep.