WASHINGTON D.C. – With his election as the Fourth Congressional District’s representative assured, Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside has spent the last week or so getting familiar with his future work place in Washington D.C.
During its last meeting of 2014, Sunnyside United’s board learned there are concerns aplenty about marijuana edibles and renewed a push for community input.
It’s Thanksgiving morning.
The recent spate of house fires we’ve had in the Lower Valley stirs memories of an experience Joni and I had one winter while living in South Cle Elum.
The grades are in and, by and large, they are positive for Yakima Valley’s dairies.
With a week’s grace period added on, work to construct the Port of Sunnyside’s anaerobic digester should wrap up by this coming Friday.
Practicing law in the public and private sectors will serve him well, says Joe Brusic, Yakima County’s newly elected prosecutor.
It took what some would describe as an unspeakable horror for Niki Davis of Clatskanie, Ore. to realize she needed God in her life.
The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce received a tepid thumbs up this past Monday night from a divided Sunnyside City Council.
Anyone from time to time – whether they are cowboys or home care workers – can need legal help in obtaining benefits when injured on the job or in dealing with disabilities.