Snow days affect schools Summer vacation may be delayed for students this year, thanks to snow days that will have to be made up.
Blaze destroys truck complex What started out as a call for a possible propane fire Friday evening turned into a massive blaze that destroyed ...
There’s no business like snow business Snow shovels are flying off the shelves at area stores at breakneck speed, leaving many shoppers empty-handed.
- Weather advisories issued for Lower Yakima Valley, againFreezing fog, winter weather advisories in effect until 4 p.m. Saturday.
- Crash temporarily closes state Highway 241Traffic detoured at Factory and Sheller roads
- Pioneer Elementary School December Students of the Month
- Bickleton splits weekend gamesPirates lose to Sunnyside Christian
- Rice Bar area hunting haltsAreas of the Lower Snake River are closed to hunting for habitat development.
- Linehan’s season endsA Sunnyside native’s NFL season ended Saturday when the Dallas Cowboys lost to the Green Bay Packers, 34-31.
- Officials: Influenza on the riseHospitalizations for influenza in the state have increased sharply since mid-December, leading to capacity problems for both emergency and inpatient ...
- Dinner with royalty aids travel fundThey traded tiaras and sashes for aprons and water pitchers for their first fundraiser of the season Friday night.
- Society sets election The Granger Historical Society will elect officers at noon Thursday in the Scout Cabin, 102 Main St.
- Simple truth about a REAL ID Act fixUnless Washington state complies with the federal government mandates in the REAL ID Act, Washingtonians seeking to board planes will ...
- Ignoring gun laws a slippery slopeA recent article in The Daily Sun (“Gun measure should be a no-go,” Dec. 16) took me to task for ...
- Time to allow ATV-use in citiesIt’s winter time. And across the nation, many residents of towns similar to ours are using their snowmobiles and all-terrain ...