A holiday bazaar will be at the Eagles Aerie, 1205 Bennett Ave., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 15.
Scout troops will begin meeting at 7 p.m. Thursdays at Resurrection Parish, 704 Schooley Road.
A 1993 Ford 3-window coupe, owned by Gary O’Hallaran was the big winner at the Sunshine Days Car Show.
The Vikings suffered their second loss of the season Friday, falling 20-25 to Liberty Christian.
Grizzlies, Knights upend Oregon opponents — at home and away
Three area teams have started the 2016 high school football season perfect 3-0 records.
Grandview, Granger and Mabton lose on gridiron
The Lower Yakima Valley’s 2A teams won one and lost one in Friday night football action.
The annual Apple and Pumpkin Festival at Bill’s Berry Farm begins at 9 am. today and continues until 5 p.m. Saturday at the 3674 N. County Line Road farm.
Monday Night Football Mayhem is back at the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.
The city Parks and Recreation Department is offering a 6-week session of ballroom dance classes
Sunnyside, Mabton girls lose matches
The high school girls soccer team got its first win of the season, doing so in great fashion.
The Vikings were within striking distance of getting a victory during last night’s volleyball action.
The 17th annual Tee Up for Scholars Golf Tournament is today at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
A Benton City cowboy is among the leaders in the team roping events at the Pendleton Round-up.
The 2016 SunDome Volleyball Festival is under way.
A number of events are planned for homecoming week.
Renegade Raceway will stage Blown Alcohol Thunder Championships tonight and tomorrow.
The host of yesterday’s Big 9 cross country meet won both the girls and boys junior varsity and varsity races.
At last night’s swim meet, Sunnyside High School lost to visiting Eastmont, 125-60, at Lions Pool.