The pictures, liner notes, the snap-crackle-pop sound when you plop down the needle are all reasons to love vinyl records.
Familiarity is a common theme among the School District’s three superintendent finalists.
Garden owner, city officials dispute social media reports
Retail marijuana may be illegal, but there are concerns the product is for sale anyway.
Texas firm hired to recruit businesses
Ten years later, the city is going back to the same well in a bid for economic growth.
Shoppers, growers mingle during Sunnyside event
A day on the farm yesterday gave consumers a chance to meet the growers responsible for their food.
Second fatality in three days
A Sunnyside man is dead following a single-car crash yesterday.
More than 50 new homes for farmworkers
The community is throwing a party to mark completion of a new 51-unit affordable housing development.
Governor, auditor candidates focus on results
A former Yakima Valley fruit exporter and a one-time King County Democrat are pushing for more government accountability.
Ribbon cutting planned 4 p.m. Wednesday
Starting next week, visitors will have unprecedented access to the Sunnyside Museum.
City says shop’s debated mural will stay put
The vape shop a block away from local schools opens tomorrow.
Code allows firms to offer outdoor dining
Enjoying a cool drink or a hot meal outside in the evening sun is now reality downtown.
Rural Benton County residents have until April 15 to get their well water tested for free.
Defective brakes are likely the cause of a crash that snarled traffic on Interstate 82 for nearly two hours last night.
Volunteers keep city rose tradition alive
A city landmark is ready for its summer close-up.
Inslee preserves charter school funding source
Charter school backers in Washington state are breathing a sigh of relief after legislation funding the schools became law Sunday.
Trial starts June 20 for former Pasco officer
A Sunnyside native is free on bail after being held for nearly a year in jail on charges related to a cold-case murder.
School board could make superintendent choice April 21
The School Board last night finalized a plan for staff and the community to meet the superintendent finalists.
It’s April Fools’ Day, a time to look over your shoulder and take things with a grain of salt.
The School Board continues to review its options to answer a civil rights complaint regarding girls softball fields.
Possible rider fare, schedules up for review
Charging a fare, as well as changes to bus stops and evening schedules are on the table for the Community Connector program.
Sunnyside United takes to the streets
A local non-profit is taking its message to city neighborhoods.
Teen has a history of 20 discipline issues
A student is facing emergency expulsion after making verbal threats to harm a school staff member.
Sanders sweeps Lower Valley
From Granger to Prosser, Democrats turned out in droves to caucus Saturday.
Pastor seeks county seat
A mentor and former stockbroker is seeking the County Commissioner, Dist. 2 seat.
Permanent drug drop-off programs are in the works for a local non-profit organization.
A family is considering legal action after their daughter was exposed to pornography in a third-grade classroom.
Sanders’ appearance fueling energy for Democrats
Yakima County Democrats will make their presidential pick Saturday when they caucus at 18 different sites.
The city is welcoming a new police chief as it says farewell to its finance director.
A candidate for county commissioner believes his experience, which includes growing up in the Lower Valley, will serve him well if elected.
School Board may sell bonds for project funds
The School Board will consider a $3 million bond to pay for a new softball complex.
Grandview finishes 15th
Ribbon cutting Wednesday at noon
A ribbon cutting and open house this week will give the public an inside look at Sunnyside Community Hospital’s new cancer center, 1013 E. Edison Ave.
Ford pickup overturns near Prosser
One person is dead and two others injured following a crash yesterday near Milepost 84 on westbound Interstate 82.
Seahawk plans Lower Valley return
One school’s loss could be another’s gain, as Seahawk Justin Britt is looking to bring his camp back to the Lower Valley… in Grandview.
Sunnyside principal seeks aid for community
The Prosser Boys and Girls Club is benefitting from Seahawk Justin Britt’s recent camp here.
A state official and utility are at odds today over a proposed rate hike.
I read the other day that the actor portraying “the most interesting man in the world” in beer commercials is being replaced by a younger version.
Visitors to the local farmers market will be able to sample wine.
A retired prosecutor, Yakima lawyer and accountant will determine recommendations for the clerk’s office.
City officials say report doesn’t reflect new business growth
A county report shows the city’s five-year unemployment average tops 9 percent.
The city and its official flower will share the same name.
Housing project on the grow after hiatus
After nearly a year of quiet and calm, construction is again underway at the Harvest Village housing development.
Sunnyside native says he was overseas
A Sunnyside native is seeking to have his murder charge dismissed on the grounds he was serving overseas in the military at the time of the killing.
Tomorrow, Yakima County Commissioners will consider a three-pronged independent review panel of the clerk’s office.
Seahawk teaches basics to valley kids
More than 500 Yakima Valley kids are applying life and football basics they learned yesterday from the Seattle Seahawks.
Awards season is in full swing in the Lower Valley. Granger’s awards banquet is tomorrow, Zillah, Grandview and Sunnyside’s follow next week.
Gov. Inslee vetoes 27 bills
State lawmakers are headed back to work today to hammer out a supplemental budget.
Store to hire more workers
Walmart is planning a nearly $500,000 remodel and adding 55 new jobs this month.
Crews could start showing up as soon as next month to replace the North Meyers Road Bridge.
Second forum set for tonight
Approachable, bilingual, visionary are among the qualities the community wants in its next school superintendent.