The promotional materials for the Yakima Valley often say this area gets 300 days of sunshine a year.
If Pacific Power has their way, residents will soon be paying more for electricity in this area.
This past Monday morning I woke up suddenly at 5:22 a.m. hearing what sounded to me like gunshots.
Pastor Civil Autoaissains of Jacmel, Haiti and his family lived in a pigpen for more than four years after the devastating 2010 earthquake damaged so much of the country. But now he’s in a new home, built by his own efforts and the work of a team from Yakima.
A freak storm that caused minor flooding in Sunnyside last year has resulted in a $5,000 claim being filed against the city by former city councilman Don Vlieger.
The 1B Lady Knights defeated the 2B Riverside Christian Crusaders last night at home in a non-league match, winning in four sets.
Although the squad started slow and tired a little at the end, the 1B Lady Pirates varsity had a great night against the 2B Mabton JV squad, winning in three sets.
The Sunnyside City Council last night approved an interlocal agreement with Yakima County Fire District #5 to share apparatus use.
A crowd of more than 50 people, mostly supportive of the idea of establishing a charter school in Sunnyside, turned out last night for a public forum in Sunnyside.
Approximately $800,000 earmarked for two Lower Valley medical facilities
Last Friday the United States Department of Health and Human Services announced $295 million in Affordable Care Act funding would be distributed to 1,195 health centers.