GRANDVIEW – Safe, warm and thankful…that’s how Mary Williams and her daughter, Barbara Williams, feel about their newly renovated three-bedroom home.
A rededication of Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza in downtown Sunnyside planned for Dec. 7, now hinges on the arrival of two giant black granite walls.
When Sunnyside’s Oliver Hernandez enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1987, he had no way of knowing that his time in the military would be marked by a resurgence of patriotism that hadn’t been exhibited by Americans since World War II.
Newhouse sitting on more than 52 percent of the votes
While not all the votes have been counted in the Fourth District Congressional race, Sunnyside-area farmer Dan Newhouse has claimed an early, if narrow lead over his challenger, Clint Didier of Eltopia.
Rand Elliott woke up this morning ready to tackle the same issues facing the Yakima County commissioners that he faced Tuesday as an incumbent candidate seeking re-election.
GRANDVIEW – A new menu and a new name are just a few of the improvements customers to the Grandview High School DECA store are now enjoying.
The Grandview Transportation Benefit District board this past Tuesday approved a recommendation from city staff to budget $337,485 for future street projects. The board meeting was held prior to the regular Grandview City Council meeting.
Yvette Jaramillo is not a new face in the Sunnyside School District. She started her career as a fourth grade teacher at Outlook Elementary School more than 20 years ago.
The anticipated increase in city water and sewer rates was quietly approved during Tuesday night’s regular meeting of the Grandview City Council.
Tackling the prospect of removing the bones from a turkey may quickly humble most cooks, but it shouldn’t according to Sunnyside’s Bill Flower.