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Frank Sweet Seeking to be Rehire as Sunnyside Mayor
The former city manager of Sunnyside Frank Sweet will stand before city council members next month to ask for his job back.
In February, Frank Sweet was fired by the Sunnyside city council after an uproar over his decision to release the longtime police chief...
Homeowner Foils Burglary Attemp, Holds Suspect at Gunpoint
SUNNYSIDE POLICE NEWS RELEASE -- On December 19th, just after 6:00 PM, Sunnyside Police were called to the area of 1500 Block of Harrison Ave in reference to a burglary in progress.
The reporting party advised that there was a male subject that was inside their shed and was being held at gunpoint by …
Sunnyside Bank of America Branch Robbed
Authorities are looking for a man who robbed the Bank of America in Sunnyside on Thursday morning. The suspect’s vehicle was recovered but no arrests have been made. Investigators say the man pulled into the drive through around 9:00 a...
3-Year-Old Sunnyside Boy Still in Critical Condition
The 3-year-old Sunnyside boy who suffered a gunshot wound to the face Monday is still in critical condition in a Seattle hospital.
It appears he found his father's hand gun inside the truck and accidentally shot himself, police said.
They said the boy’s father then rushed him to S…
Lower Valley 3-Year-Old Shot in the Head
A three-year-old was shot in the head in Sunnyside Monday night. Police say the child was driven to Sunnyside Community Hospital around 9:30 Sunday night but then was transferred to a Seattle hospital. Police believe the child was shot accidentally while riding in a car near Yakima Valley Highway an…
Two Sunnyside Police Injured in Dance Hall Fight
Two Sunnyside Police officers were injured while trying to break up a large fight at the Form Dance Hall in Sunnyside.  Officers got the call just before 1:00 Sunday morning.  At least 20 people were involved in the fight when officers arrived...
“Operation Cul-de-sac” to Help Fight Crime
Large concrete barriers are the newest crime-fighting tool in Sunnyside. New signs installed Thursday turn drivers away from a familiar path, as concrete blocks on South Hill road now create a dead end.
 
City officials are calling it "Operation Cul-de-Sac."
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