Sunnyside unable to finish its shots
The Sunnyside High School girls soccer team suffered a second non-league loss for the season.
Man jumps from roof of residence
Late Sunday night police were busy investigating a shooting incident and a domestic violence incident involving a man who jumped from the second story of a residence.
Greyhounds and Knights victorious
In spite of having to postpone Friday’s games to Monday, two Lower Yakima Valley teams prevailed against their opponents Monday.
Road to reopen Thursday, city official says
For motorists traveling one of the main arterials to Mabton, there has been in place a road closure since Sept. 1.
Grizzlies unable to score in second half
It wasn’t the prettiest Sunnyside victory, but combined efforts by the offense and defense saved the team Friday night as the Grizzles held off a Southridge rally to win 28-20 at Neil F. Lampson Stadium.
Boy charged in Sunnyside stabbing death
An Outlook teenager will be tried for second-degree murder starting today.
Team tested against unfamiliar foe
It was their first home match of the season and the Spartans weren’t nearly as ready for it as they had hoped Saturday.
Two accept agreements for their roles
Two suspects accused in a May 25, 2016, drive-by shooting in Grandview have entered into plea agreements.
Air quality concerns an issue
Both Sunnyside teams to play tonight
Grizzlies to play tonight
Girls volleyball teams kept area sports fans satisfied last night.
Games up in the air for Friday
Poor air quality as a result of nearby fires are keeping outdoor athletes indoors.
Greyhounds, Mustangs and Grizzlies take to the court
Getting a feel for the competition in jamborees Saturday were the Grandview, Prosser and Sunnyside volleyball teams.
Three lower valley teams open with wins
With the sun setting on the western horizon, the adrenaline was flowing and Lower Yakima Valley football teams were hungry to get the season under way.
Couple to go to trial in February next year
Two suspects accused of the shooting death of a man formerly from Sunnyside appeared in court last week.
One local family is among the hunters aiming for the skies just outside city limits.
A woman suspected of assault is wanted by police.
Nigel Weenink accepts plea agreement
A plea agreement has been reached for a Sunnyside man accused of stealing 24 guns from a Grandview hardware store.
First game of season tonight in Granger
Tonight the Sunnyside Christian football team kicks off the football season against Almira-Coulee-Hartline at 7 p.m. on the Granger High School gridiron.
The community has lost two of its young men to homicide in the past few years, and both suspects are still being sought by authorities.
Scott places second overall
Equestrians with a great deal of athleticism, grace, agility and control competed in the National Fun Fest Equestrian Vaulting Competition last week.
A Sunnyside woman was involved in a three-car crash that left a Marysville, Calif. woman injured.
Raymundo Casares, 23, Outlook, who has been in custody since May 2015 after being charged with the May 9, 2015 homicide of Oscar Raul Gutierrez-Mendoza, 21, of Roosevelt, may yet get his day in court.
The Grizzlies took to the gridiron against one another in the Black and White Scrimmage Friday, and they won.
One of Sunnyside’s largest, most premier tournaments started with pairing of golfers last night.
One way for coaches and players alike to see if they are tough enough is to take on the challenge of a jamboree.
Naches woman also dies
A man from Mabton and a local woman are dead as a result of a head-on crash Tuesday night.
Three taken to local hospital
Three people were injured as a result of a crash at about 11:40 a.m. yesterday.
Grandview pool closed already
The local swimming pool closes Saturday, while one Lower Yakima Valley pool has already closed and another closes for the season Sunday.
Games start this Saturday
It was a chance to toughen up and see some action before the season gets under way for a few Yakima Valley Grid Kid teams Saturday.
Although a former Prosser stand-out isn’t likely to see any action during his freshman year, he is getting some attention.
Before the season starts, the Grizzlies have a chance to work out the willies in a regulation length scrimmage this Friday at 7 p.m.
Friday night action begins Sept. 1
The boys of fall are back and working hard on the gridiron.
With the start of the school year just one week from today, Grandview Parks and Recreation Department is gearing up for two of its most popular after-school programs.
The athleticism required for traditional horse riders is nothing compared to the grace, agility and control needed to perform gymnastics and dance atop an equine.
Prosser girl does her part to help fund fair
For the second year in a row a young girl has raised money to help the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
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.
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.
Nate Maltos: ‘I have faith in everyone’
Last season was stellar for the Grizzlies.
The trial for a Sunnyside man accused of stealing 24 guns from a Grandview hardware store was again reset Friday.
Just after 9 a.m. Friday police were alerted to a robbery at a local cell phone store.
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.
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.
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.
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.