NACHES – Playing in the rain is never easy, but Mabton last night pulled out a slick one to defeat host Naches 5-2.
GRANDVIEW – The Grandview Greyhounds are having a good start in league play, winning their second match played this week.
The Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Board last night (Wednesday) learned the swimming pool will open to the public on Saturday, June 7.
“Highland had a good match,” Mabton Coach Junior Garcia said of last night’s soccer match in Cowiche.
“It was a tough game,” said Sunnyside softball fastpitch coach Ralph Mendoza.
GRANGER – Rudy Guzman is the owner of Classic Trophies in Granger.
PROSSER – The economy has become more global and the U.S. doesn’t have sway over other countries it once had.
The Mabton Viking soccer team this past Saturday dominated the opening half of its game against visiting Warden, but the Cougars were able to pull out a 3-2 win in the final minutes of the match.
The Loving Sunnyside Initiative is about demonstrating love for the community and its residents.
GRANDVIEW – The Grandview boys soccer team handily blanked visiting Wapato 10-0 this past Saturday in the Greyhounds’ league-opening match.
I recently spent a week in Oregon, visiting my mother and several friends.
Although the Sunnyside Police Department statistics show drug-related arrests have declined over the past three years, police are still concerned with the availability of drugs in the community.
Fatalities as a result of traffic accidents in the Yakima Valley are a major concern for Washington State Patrol Sgt. Pete Cozzitorto and the other troopers assigned to the Grandview detachment.
Working as an electrician for the past 17 years, Aron Hunsaker has found he enjoys getting out into the community, learning more about the people living in the Yakima Valley.
When Meadow Rodriguez was just a young boy growing up in Sunnyside his father decided to trick him, asking for his help in painting a pick-up truck.
Sunnyside’s bats were hotter, but Riverview’s runners were able to capitalize on the Lady Grizzly fastpitch softball team’s errors to win 9-3 last night.
In what was a battle between two SCAC foes last night, it was the Granger boys soccer team that prevailed 2-1 over host Mabton.
Sunnyside motorists traveling to and fro, who typically traverse South Sixth Street to get from one destination to another have inevitably noticed their route of travel has become a construction zone.
“It’s good…we finally have a plan in place,” Sunnyside City Clerk Delilah Saenz said at yesterday’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee meeting.
The Selah Vikings defeated visiting Grandview last night, 3-1.
Yesterday’s soccer match between Mabton and Ki-Be was a testament of overwhelming dominance.
Each year John Cooper, president and CEO of Yakima Valley Tourism, visits the Grandview City Council to deliver the organization’s annual report.
The Sunnyside Lady Grizzlies yesterday struggled against the Hanford Falcons, only getting two hits against the home team’s pitcher.
The local PBS station in Yakima, KYVE, gets approximately 76 percent of its funding from community support.
The Mabton School District has for a few years been paying for technology services and upgrades to its systems using E-Rate funding provided by the FCC.
As a judge, municipal court administrator and mother, Debbie Mendoza feels her life is full of blessings great and small.
The Grandview boys soccer team this past Saturday lost a non-league contest to Othello, 5-1.
Yesterday’s season opener for Grandview and Sunnyside was a non-league affair, but it was exciting to watch from the get-go for Lady Grizzly fastpitch softball fans.
The Carrington Company, which owns Mid Valley Mall, has purchased Sunnyside’s Sunny Spot Restaurant, which has been operated by Sue and Garry Hook for the past 20 years.
Three young ladies vying for 2014-15 Miss Granger title
GRANGER – The 66th annual Granger Cherry Festival will take place Friday through Sunday, April 25-27.
In the world of sales one must establish a relationship with his or her customers. That rapport helps a sales associate anticipate the needs of the customer.
SHS Lady Grizzlies eager for return to Hardwood Classic
This past season was arguably the best in Lady Grizzly basketball.
It’s not every day that students get to meet the individual who wrote the book being studied in school.
More people are raising chickens for pets, and many want fresh eggs.
After a taut defensive struggle, the Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team exploded for four goals in the final 26 minutes to earn a 5-1 home win over Grandview last night.
For the 10 young men vying for the Mr. SHS title on Saturday, March 22, their efforts are about the children who will be helped…not winning the crown.
The site has been prepped and the first shovels full of dirt have been dug.
Representatives from Grandview High School, Grandview Middle School and Compass High School will be presented with Career Guidance Awards of Excellence tomorrow...
The best may be yet to come.
Two long years and a lot of labor…that’s what it has taken to make the first Studebaker Avanti ever produced nearly ready for the road again.
WIAA Class 1A Girls State Basketball Tournament
When only three players can get the ball to drop through the hoop, and collectively a team makes just 16 percent of its shots from the field, a win is hard to come by. Especially so, if that team is playing at the WIAA Class 1A State Girls Basketball Tournament.
The field of candidates seeking to fill the Yakima County Sheriff position being vacated when Ken Irwin retires at the end of the year is growing.
I remember the USSR and I remember the fear I felt as a child because of the cold war.
Common Core State Standards will soon be the new benchmark in Washington state classrooms.
For the past week engineers have been worried about a large crack discovered in the Wanapum Dam.
It’s a disappointing end to the Grandview boys basketball season, having suffered an 84-69 loss to Clarkston at the State Regional loser-out affair against Clarkston.
Mabton girls upend defending State champion Brewster, 56-44
The Lady Vikings haven’t seen a State tournament during their lifetime. Their parents may recall the thrill of it, but the last time a Mabton girls basketball team stepped foot on the courts at the State Hardwood Classic was in 1986.
The Grandview community float needs a new trailer.
It seems everywhere we turn we are charged a small fee for using the tools that are meant to secure payment for goods or services rendered.
Lt. Brian Winter of the Yakima County Sheriff’s office this past Tuesday announced his candidacy for sheriff.