Small grass fire endangers structure
Teams of horses from throughout Washington and Oregon were put to the test last night during the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo team pulls.
In light of losing the head football coach, the program is being left in good hands.
Nate Maltos: ‘I have faith in everyone’
Last season was stellar for the Grizzlies.
Policy to make employees think about impacts of posts
The School Board last night approved a social media policy in time for its staff expectations training.
Just after 9 a.m. Friday police were alerted to a robbery at a local cell phone store.
The trial for a Sunnyside man accused of stealing 24 guns from a Grandview hardware store was again reset Friday.
Plea hearing stricken Friday
The case against a former Grandview High School physical education teacher and track coach charged with exploiting a minor and three other charges was continued Friday.
Mid Valley Swim League in Sunnyside
A weekend of competition is set to take place at the municipal swimming pool.
Norma Garza extradited from California
Another Lower Yakima Valley resident was arraigned July 13 in relation to the theft ring allegedly involved in stealing nearly $1 million from Zirkle Fruit.
A meet between Sunnyside and the Piranhas last Thursday netted several individual wins for both teams, but the Sharks prevailed, 480-307.
Nigel Weenink trial slated for Aug. 4 in Superior Court
The trial for a Sunnyside man accused of stealing 24 guns from Grandview Ace Hardware was reset Friday.
New coach carries legacy of mentor
Practice for youngsters competing on the gridiron is under way.
An 11-year-old boy involved in an incident that prompted the early closure of the city pool Wednesday was booked into the Yakima County Juvenile Detention Center after assaulting another child and an officer.
For the second summer-in-a-row the Police Department is utilizing the time of an intern.
A June 15 swim meet against Othello was rescheduled for Wednesday, and the Neptunes prevailed, 509-264.
A Sunnyside man is in court tomorrow for a trial confirmation.
Legislators passed a new state budget June 30, believing the $43.7 billion will help schools statewide.
Christian organization helps athletes
A one-day camp for youngsters interested in wrestling will take place July 26 at Sunnyside High School.
The Neptunes were one of three Lower Yakima Valley teams hosting swim meets Tuesday.
14-year-olds play ball Friday
One baseball team representing the Lower Yakima Valley take to the state championship diamonds today, and another will be at the championship for its age division Friday.
Sunnyside defeats Naches, 426-396
Thursday’s home meet against Prosser was another of those overwhelming sweeps for the Dolphins.
Antique aircraft to land at airport
Camp is free
Greene arrested at Rouse Road residence
A local woman accused of leading Washington State Patrol troopers on a chase appeared in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday.
Sanchez in court for El Valle threats
A local man who threatened to burn down a popular Mexican restaurant was in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday.
Colorful rock hounding catching on in Yakima Valley
A couple Yakima Valley groups are inspiring a different type of recreational activity.
The Sharks swim team defeated Prosser, 486-282, Thursday.
Camp offers chance to learn new skills
For six weeks, Lower Yakima Valley youngsters can brush up on or learn new tennis skills.
Scoon Road fire threatens businesses, homes
Gearing up for the Babe Ruth South Washington 15-year-old state tournament in Longview are players from Grandview, Prosser and Sunnyside.
Tuesday’s meet against the Sunnyside Sharks was decided by a slim 414-398 margin.
83rd annual Toppenish Rodeo starts tomorrow
One of the state’s longest running rodeo events takes place in time for the 4th of July holiday.
Community support helpful to Sharks
One month from today more than 1,300 swimmers, parents and family members will converge on Central Park.
Although the Selah Dolphins outpaced many of the Sharks Thursday to win, 544-265, several Sunnyside swimmers proved their mettle.
Dolphins in Sunnyside
Tarpons churn water in Grandview
A program that has been unheard of for a few years locally is being revived.
Five Neptunes win races
A few experienced swimmers competing for the Grandview Neptunes swim team last night were able to claim Top 2 finishes Tuesday, but the Dolphins overwhelmed the young team, 671-147.
Teams open season
Four former swimmers are leading the next generation in a sport they love.
Another $4,000 needed to help 9-year-old with blood disease
A car wash supporting a Little Grapplers teammate being treated for a rare blood disease at a Seattle hospital was a success, thanks to the support of the community.
Christian school the second in the community with a trophy year
The second of two high schools in Sunnyside — Sunnyside Christian High School — had a successful athletic year with a boys 1B basketball state championship and state appearance by each of its other programs.
It’s been a year of success for the Sunnyside High School Grizzlies athletic program.
A Sunnyside Lil Grapplers wrestler is still being treated for a rare blood disease and the wrestling team is hosting a car wash Saturday to help his family.
The Northwest Community Foundation is hosting its annual Hogue Classic Golf Tournament tomorrow at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
Carousel opens Friday, rodeo begins Saturday
Cowboys, cowgirls and the little dudes and gals are planning to attend the 107th annual Alder Creek Pioneer Picnic and Rodeo at Cleveland Park this weekend.
The Sunnyside High School cross country team will have a new coach in the fall.
Sunnyside swim team first in the pool
The school year is nearly at its end and the weather is warming, reminding Lower Yakima Valley residents summer is nearly here.
It was an evening of celebrating the high school’s Mabton High School scholars and athletes.