SUNNYSIDE — The fierce Sunnyside City Council Position 5 election outcome came down to one vote.
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YAKIMA COUNTY — Although the 2019 Washington State General Election results were certified Tuesday, Nov. 26, by the Yakima County Election off…
SUNNYSIDE — The holiday spirit shined through downtown prior to Thanksgiving as all 61 Sunnyside Christian High School students performed thei…
GRANDVIEW — Students creating wine, from school owned, local vineyards, as a part of the Yakima Valley College Grandview campus’ Yakima Vineya…
SUNNYSIDE — Clean-up continues around town as a result of damage caused by the Thanksgiving storm that hit the Lower Valley Wednesday. The hig…
SUNNYSIDE — From Anchorage, Alaska to Vergennes, Vermont, Tim Carnahan has worked as a light designer to old barn renovator.
SUNNYSIDE — Sunnyside Police Officer Robert Layman now answers to the title of “Sergeant,” following promotional ceremonies held Tuesday, Nov.…
SUNNYSIDE — A camp trailer is a total loss following a fire at 800 W. Woodin Road, Monday, Nov. 25 at approximately 2 p.m., according to a rep…
SUNNYSIDE — Former Sunnyside High School hoops players from the class of 1972 to 2018 joined up to splash down a few buckets with holiday flai…
MABTON — Family traditions are the centerpiece to holiday gatherings, and for the Hernandez kinfolks, football has been a part of their Thanks…
SUNNYSIDE — Following a light sprinkling of snow blanketed the Rattlesnake Hills from the night before in the background, 114 participants dre…
GRANDVIEW — The Grandview Parks and Recreation Department host exercise workout classes Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m., at the Community Cen…
SUNNYSIDE — Last week, Ryker Hazzard was the second-place winner in the 46th annual Football Forecast. This week, Hazzard correctly guested 8 …
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SUNNYSIDE — The holiday spirit shined through downtown prior to Thanksgiving as all 61 Sunnyside Christian High School students performed their traditional day of service and lent a helping hand to enrich the city’s festive charm for a couple of hours on Thursday morning, Nov. 21.
PROSSER — Following two and a half illuminating years as a Front End Manager at the Houston, Texas, Hobby Center, Jim Milne, the new Princess Theatre Executive Director has relocated to Prosser, loaded with expanded ideas. Milne, who served a golden tenure as Prosser’s Chamber Executive Director from 2006-2013, is in the process of sharing his big city experiences with his Princess leadership team.
GRANDVIEW — From a small-town excellent idea in 1982, to acquisition by a sizable, public tobacco corporation by the end of fiscal year 2019, …
SUNNYSIDE — With more than 20 years in the housing business, Martin Velazquez proudly cut the red ribbon to announce the opening of his latest…
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