YAKIMA – Johnson Orchards will be hosting an art show tomorrow (Saturday) to raise funds for Children’s Village.
KENNEWICK – Contemporary female authors Lenora Good and Jane Roop will be front and center at a book signing tomorrow (Saturday), from 1 to 3 p.m.
PENDLETON – Wildhorse Resort and Casino opened its latest expansion on Aug. 14, the Lobby Bar.
PROSSER – PMH Foundation will host the 16th annual benefit auction and dinner, “A Night Out: Denim and Diamonds.”
Students and community members in Sunnyside, says 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside hopeful Claudia Pena, need a good role model and someone to serve as “…a positive voice.”
A community yard sale to benefit Grandview’s Extra Mile Student Center, is being organized by a group of concerned citizens.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
The singers and musicians at this year’s Tuesday Tunes in the Square provided us with a variety of entertainment. Thanks to the Flat Possum Pickers, Sami Jo Sartin, Redeemed, No Love and Redimido for volunteering their talents.
Thanks to so many local musicians, singers and entertainers for the evenings in the downtown Sunnyside square on Tuesdays. They were so good and enjoyed by all who attended.
Sexual harassment is an issue that sometimes is overlooked, but should never be allowed in the workplace.
What should be done with the estimated 15 million people living in the United States without the legal right to be here? It seems most politicians and many Americans come down on one or the other extreme.
Here’s how Major League Baseball logged the first play in a Giants-Cubs game the other night: “Kyle Schwarber doubles on a pop-up to pitcher Jake Peavy.”
I’m a Fortean, which just means that I accept the possibility that “things” might exist that science doesn’t account for or accept.
An interlocal agreement between the Mabton and Sunnyside school districts was this past Monday approved by the Mabton School Board.
A request by Dave’s Place, the retail recreational marijuana store in Sunnyside with a state license, to open temporarily while litigation against the city proceeds was denied this past Tuesday by a Superior Court judge.
The prohibition on carrying a firearm in city parks and the Grandview cemetery has been lifted.
Yakima County Sheriff’s deputies handled two calls about domestic problems in the Lower Valley yesterday, Wednesday. One of the calls resulted in an arrest.
Police in Grandview have investigated three reports of vehicle prowls since yesterday morning (Wednesday), two on East Wine County Road and another early this morning on Acoma Drive.
This past Tuesday a man called Sunnyside police after discovering his backpack was stolen at the local McDonald’s restaurant.