Thanks to a generous donation by Sports Monkey, an Ephrata sporting goods vendor, young Angel Mendoza-Ochoa (C) of Sunnyside won’t get so cold while moving between classrooms at Sunnyside’s Chief Kamiakin Elementary School.
For all of two matches West Valley was in contention Thursday night before the Sunnyside Grizzly wrestling team rolled up its sleeves and dispatched the host Rams 60-15.
Shorthanded due to injury and illness, the Lady Grizzly wrestling team battled before losing a pair of double-dual matches Thursday night.
The Grandview boys wrestling team got off the snide last night, and out of the CWAC cellar, by toppling the visiting East Valley Red Devils, 63-12.
“I have a dream.”
Week of January 26 - January 30
The Senate last week honored Dan Evans on the 50th anniversary of his swearing-in as governor of the state of Washington. He attended and spoke, a very spry 89-year-old.
I didn’t watch the State of the Union Address Tuesday night.
With spring sports starting on March 1, Mike Thorpe is hoping to reach out and get more students interested in playing tennis at Sunnyside High School.
YAKIMA – Just three swimmers strong, the Sunnyside Grizzlies wrapped up Columbia Basin Big Nine League action this past Tuesday in Yakima.
New SHS coach eager to build links program
Amongst the pastels and paints in SHS art teacher Saul Martinez’s classroom there is a reminder of his plans for this spring.
After 200 years of daily deliveries, the United States Postal Service has fallen on tough times.
Fellow firefighters, as well as family and friends of former Sunnyside Fire Chief Don Smith at his funeral yesterday are treated to a rendition of “Amazing Grace” on the bag pipes played by Walla Walla Firefighter Bryan McIntire.
VALLEY LANES WEEK #19
An improperly installed wood stove pipe is thought to be the culprit for a blaze that severely damaged a home in Mabton late last night.
With the Feb. 15 deadline for enrolling in a qualified health plan quickly approaching, Washington Healthplanfinder is launching a statewide enrollment drive to help connect Washington residents with free, in-person assistance, including help in the Yakima area.
Due to a lack of a quorum at last night’s Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Board meeting, Chairman Robert Van Horn canceled it at approximately 4:45 p.m.
The theme for the Tuesday, Feb. 10, Christian Women’s Connection meeting at the Barn Restaurant in Prosser will be “A New Day,” and will feature guest speaker Judy Hoff.
The Sunnyside High School cheerleaders will be hosting a cheerleading camp for youngsters in grades K-5 on Friday, Jan. 30.