Grandview City Treasurer Matt Cordray last night continued discussions with city council regarding the proposed $15.6 million budget for 2015.
Most hospitals in the state of Washington are designated as level IV trauma centers, meaning patients needing critical care must be transferred to a higher level care facility.
Some wear the title of “Christian” as a badge of honor, others wear it as a shield and a few live their lives as an example without boasting.
Changes to the downtown streets of Sunnyside mean the route for parades, particularly the annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade, must be altered.
The Washington State Auditor’s Office last week released its accountability audit for the city of Grandview, finding three areas that needed to be addressed based on financial activities from Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2013.
There have been many challenges for Estefania Olivera, but adversity has made her appreciative of life.
Educating students requires teamwork on the part of teachers, parents and students, which is the focus of the three indicators emphasized by McClure Elementary School’s improvement plan presented to the Grandview School Board last night.
In the face of homelessness, the community of Sunnyside doesn’t have a lot of options for helping everyone in need.
Teachers in Mabton have been working without a contract since Aug. 31.
Robert Ozuna was this past Wednesday night appointed to fill the vacant Grandview City Council seat.