A virtually abandoned, 85-year-old brick building in Sunnyside may have new life in the form of a winemaking or craft brewery operation.
The bottom line in the wins and losses column is that the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly softball team suffered a pair of defeats last Friday to visiting Davis.
Everything from sidewalks to buildings to even utilities will be evaluated by the Sunnyside School District.
One of the parties that sued Washington state in the McCleary case is a group called the Network for Excellence in Washington Schools, or NEWS.
“Integrity. Respect. Independence.” Those three words scream out at the top of audit reports issued by Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley.
Dedication ceremony at 1 p.m. this Saturday
GRANGER – Interest last year in the city of Sunnyside’s portion of the Yellowstone Trail sparked the same for Granger.
Mabton officials revisiting town’s urban growth area
MABTON – Asked a few years ago by Yakima County to reduce its urban growth area (UGA), the city of Mabton complied by removing areas northwest and southeast of town.
MABTON – While agreeing to pay $323,507 in unexpected costs for construction of its new wastewater plant, the city of Mabton is holding out hope for insurance coverage.
Base-running errors in the first inning proved costly for the Sunnyside Lady Grizzly softball team in an 11-0 loss at Davis yesterday.
For nearly an hour the Mabton Viking soccer team battled toe-to-toe with 1A soccer powerhouse Highland.
TOPPENISH – The Grandview Greyhound baseball team scored 23 runs in a span of two innings enroute to easily dispatching host Toppenish 15-3, 17-7 in a doubleheader last Saturday.
MABTON – For the third match in a row the Mabton Viking soccer team went into the half with the scoreboard reading 2-0.
Sagebrush cleared and a pair of mile-long airplane runways constructed in a two-week span?
Eleven errors leading to 11 unearned runs were too much for the Sunnyside softball team to overcome in a 17-4 home loss last Saturday to Pasco.
So much to get to this first day of spring…
NACHES – Two big innings proved costly for 1B Sunnyside Christian in a pair of season opening losses Thursday against the 1A Naches JV/C squad.
EPHRATA – Oscar Aguilar punched in two goals and assisted on another to lead Mabton to a 4-0 non-league victory at Ephrata on Thursday.
The 4A Lady Grizzly fastpitch team plated 10 runs in a span of two innings to pull away for a 15-9 victory over 2A Grandview on Thursday.
The scoreboard lights up, showing the Lady Grizzly softball team ahead by 10 runs…but it’s a practice.
BOISE, IDAHO – For all its hard work in winning the Mountain West Conference, the Boise State women’s basketball team faces the unenviable task of playing second-seed Tennessee at Knoxville, Tenn.
Grant monies and a land sale in 2014 generated profits for the Port of Sunnyside that were five times greater than what the entity netted in 2013.
TOPPENISH – Lower Valley residents had a rare opportunity yesterday (Tuesday) to watch the Washington State Supreme Court in action at Toppenish’s Heritage University.
TOPPENISH – Nine Supreme Court justices hearing three cases in one packed house.
A dominant 2-0 lead at the half and outshooting its opponent by a 3-to-1 margin wasn’t enough to ensure victory for the Viking soccer team in its season opener Tuesday night.
TOPPENISH – A clean slate, a fresh start.
“You know you need it, but it feels like you’ve been walking a marathon all day,” is how Sunnysider Henry Torres describes his three-day-a-week dialysis treatments.
Snowpack conditions across Washington state mountains are at near record low levels, prompting Gov. Jay Inslee to declare a drought emergency for the Yakima Valley.
About 50 students slapped on rubber gloves and goggles last Thursday morning in Steve Urrutia’s classroom at Sunnyside’s Sierra Vista Middle School.
GRANGER – Solid pitching and a stingy defense helped the 2A Grandview Greyhound baseball team open the season with an 8-5 win at Granger last Saturday.
Tomorrow (Saturday), the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce holds its annual Spirit of Sunnyside Awards banquet.
“When I first moved over here from the westside I wanted to get involved in baseball…it’s my first passion,” says John Millan, public works superintendent for the city of Sunnyside.
With only two of its four members present for Thursday’s meeting, Sunnyside’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee was unable to take action.
The current effort and expense to upgrade Mabton’s water municipal system is a solution for the next 20 or 30 years.
Transparency and communication are watchwords for Roza Irrigation District officials these days as they prep users for the likelihood of a reduced water supply this summer.
SPOKANE - “We have a home on the court,” Cassidy McCallum says of kinship among the Lady Viking basketball players.
SPOKANE - Lady Viking basketball coach Chris McCallum readily concedes lack of rebounding cost his team a chance to trophy at the State 2B hoop tourney.
SPOKANE - “This one hurts worse because our expectations were higher,” Mabton girls hoop coach Chris McCallum said of last Friday’s 48-45 loss to Toutle Lake that ended the Lady Vikings’ season.
A recent vote has put the internet under stricter federal rules. Some say it will save the internet as we know it. Others say the action risks heavy government regulation of online companies.
Not only returning to the State tourney, but advancing to the State 1B title game with two freshmen starting?
WIAA Class 1B Girls Basketball State Play-offs
Plan B propelled Sunnyside Christian’s girls to a semi-final win over Republic last Friday and into the State 1B basketball finals.
The Sunnyside Christian Lady Knights punched their ticket Thursday to today’s State 1B semi-finals at the Spokane Arena with an overpowering performance...
The Lady Vikes brought quickness, heart and hustle to the court Thursday night.
SPOKANE - The final minutes tick down at the State hoop tourney.
SPOKANE - As the lone senior on the Lady Knight basketball team, Annie Brouwer is relishing each moment of this week’s State 1B tourney at the Spokane Arena.
SPOKANE - First there was an injury to her left foot, then her right and, later, a hard hit to the head.
Approximately 60 girls will wrap up a nearly six-month commitment of sorts this month with the conclusion of the Sunnyside Club Volleyball season.
“All dates are subject to change due to weather and unanticipated circumstances,” reads a disclaimer for SVID’s priming schedule this month.
On the job for about a month as Sun Steel’s new general manager, Blake Hoskisson has a definite vision for the Sunnyside firm’s future.
An open door at his Olympia office led to Sen. Jim Honeyford joining the Civil Air Patrol nearly a decade ago.
GRANDVIEW – It was another day at the office for Lady Greyhound wrestlers Marizza Birrueta and Desiree Zavala last Saturday when they captured State titles in their respective weight classes.