Ken Burns is a household name due to his amazing documentaries.
Are brand-name medications better than generic, and if not, why is there such a price difference?
A friend of mine owns a bakery and café.
American Legion Sixth District Vice Commander Bob Bradford of Yakima was in Sunnyside last night to install the leadership of Sunnyside American Legion Post #73.
The Lady Pirates had a slow start against visiting Yakama Tribal, but managed to win the volleyball match 3-1 in their league opener Tuesday night.
Sunnyside Police Chief Al Escalera told members of the Public Safety Subcommittee last night that the city needs to start replacing police cars within two years.
A slight uptick in revenues coupled with a city manager willing to work with department heads to meet their needs without breaking the bank has city of Sunnyside officials optimistic about the coming year.
Helping lay pavers at Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza in Sunnyside this past Saturday are numerous members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Sunnyside Ward.
Taylor Ledgerwood relaxes as he gives blood at yesterday’s American Red Cross blood drive held in the Sunnyside Safeway parking lot.
The community of Sunnyside is being encouraged to help one of their own at a special dinner being served tomorrow (Wednesday).
The Sunnyside High School volleyball team was unable to secure a win this past Saturday at the Yakima Valley SunDome Festival.
Helping members of the community, interacting with a variety of individuals and working towards the goal of seeing people enjoy healthy lifestyles makes Nathan Marchello’s job enjoyable.
If Coach John LaFever was looking for a slug of victories at the Yakima Valley SunDome last Saturday, he didn’t get them.
Life Options will be holding its fall fundraiser at Neighborhood Church in Sunnyside on Tuesday, Oct. 28, starting at 6 p.m.
Collectively, it would have been difficult for Sunnyside Christian’s volleyball players to have turned in a stronger effort from the service line at last Friday’s Yakima Valley SunDome Invitational.
Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Monday) investigated a burglary and a theft, as well as a reported kidnapping.
The Mabton Lady Vikings proved competitive this past Friday during the SunDome volleyball tourney.
A light blue 1998 Ford Ranger pick-up was reported stolen late last night from the 100 block of Deangela Drive, according to Grandview police.