GRANDVIEW — Grandview Police Department responded to a vehicle fire at the Walmart Distribution Center on Sept. 21 at 2:18 p.m.
In a 5-2 decision, the Sunnyside City Council members voted in favor of the cities findings to revoke the business license from Fred and Helen Kim to the Town House Motel.
Mary Ann Bliesner, 80, of Sunnyside has been charged for allegedly selling rotten fruit juice to customers in connection with her company Valley Processing Inc. (VPI).
This past weekend saw the return of the Bloomerang vintage market on Saturday, Sept. 10. The market hosted vendors that sold items from candles to clothing along with wall décor and furniture.
GRANDVIEW — The City of Grandview is offering 15 grants of up to $10,000 to qualified Grandview business owners who suffered significant losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The No Rhyme or Reason Country Flea Market is making its return to Zillah on September 16 and 17, and Grandview on October 7 and 8 with free admission to all customers.
The City of Sunnyside has issued a notice of business license revocation on Monday, August 29 to owner Helen Kim of the Town House Motel located on Yakima Valley Highway.
The Sunnyside City Council held a meeting on Monday, August 22 which discussed plans for purchasing the old Tucker Cellars property and the opioids distributors settlement.
TOPPENISH— Astria Health welcomes Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Toni Maxwell as the new Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for Astria Toppenish Hospital.
The Astria Health Foundation and the Astria Sunnyside Hospital Cancer Center are partnering up to build a new healing garden for cancer patients and their loved ones in Sunnyside.
GRANDVIEW — Members of Bleyhl Farm Service of Grandview and Valley Wide Cooperative of Nampa, Idaho, voted in favor of a merger of the two companies earlier this month.
The Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing (ORFH) has announced the promotion of Cristina Alvarez Ruiz, RHDFP, of Sunnyside to Senior Housing Developer.
KENNEWICK — Cascade Natural Gas hopes this date on the calendar, 8/11, will serve as a natural reminder for residents to contact 811 prior to any digging project to have underground utility lines marked.