Lots of children experience anxiety over tests, but they – and their parents – can deal with it through the right attitude and taking care of their physical health, said a Baylor College of Medicine psychiatry professor.
A well-known face at the Grandview Senior Center is the latest recipient of a prestigious statewide honor.
Three people take their own lives in Washington each day on average, and suicide remains among the top causes of death in this state.
Not every child is immediately drawn to athletics, but all children and teens should learn the importance of physical activity as a part of a healthy lifestyle.
Sunnyside Community Hospital last week announced the arrival of Dr. Miguel A. Brizuela to its Lower Valley OB/GYN clinic at 803 E. Lincoln Ave. in Sunnyside.
GRANDVIEW – “The decision to close Prestige Care & Rehabilitation – Grandview was incredibly difficult,” said officials with Prestige Care, Inc.
Having some fun at this past Saturday’s mother-son dance in Grandview are Jacqueline Jimenez and Nathan Arroyo in the foreground and Mark and Michelle Eves behind them.
Sunnysiders received help last Saturday in safely discarding personal documents and old prescription medications during Yakima County Crime Stoppers’ twice annual ‘shred and med’ event at the Law and Justice Center.
Volunteers with the Loving Sunnyside Initiative were out in full force last Saturday sprucing up six homes in need of a little TLC.
Changes are coming to the Princess Theatre in Prosser.
Three lucky winners of the annual Miss Sunnyside raffle drawing will get to ride in the annual Sunshine Days Parade, serving as “Royalty for the Day.”
See the beginning of autumn in a whole new light with a naturalist-led walk through the Yakima Area Arboretum’s oak collection on Saturday, Oct. 11, from 10 a.m. to noon.
The first razor clam dig of the season is tentatively scheduled next month with additional digs planned through New Year’s Eve.
Rodeo events featuring young athletes from the pee-wee division up to age 18 will be held today (Friday) through Sunday at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick.
Over the Hill Theatricals will present 70, Girls, 70 on Saturday, Oct. 4. The curtain is scheduled to rise that night at the Princess Theatre in Prosser at 7:30 p.m.