Program offers leadership, citizenship skills
When Kent Palmer and Tim Gallon were selected to be the lead instructors of the new Sunnyside High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Program, they weren’t ready for the response the program was about to receive.
Hannah Frazier of Prosser is hosting a fund-raiser dinner at the Prosser Eagle Aeries for her bid at the Miss Teen Washington pageant.
The Children’s Wishes and Dreams fall benefit dinner is set for 6-9 p.m. Saturday, at Two Mountains Winery, 2151 Cheyne Road.
The annual Nouvella Club style show takes place at 11 a.m. Sept. 21 at the United Methodist Church, 906 E. Edison Ave.
The beautiful hanging baskets which adorned city streets all summer are being taken down today.
The annual Menudo Festival Car Show was Sunday, and resulted in car owners taking home bragging rights.
Church sets up two service dates
A Community Day of Service will bring together an estimated 100 volunteers, gathering in the city to assist in two service projects for the city.
Becky Corpuz of Toppenish is selling homemade pies to raise money bring Marcella LaBeau, 97, to the area to speak about her military adventures.
It’s time for fashion, food and fun with the Junior League’s 2017 Fashion Show.
The annual Central Washington Home Builders Association’s fall tour of homes will take place during the next two weekends.
Remember the movie “American Graffiti?”
Musician Blake Noble’s passion for aboriginal people shows in his art — as a famed Australian guitarist and didgeridoo player.
Thinking of seeing a good mystery?
Yakima Valley College’s Playmasters is hosting auditions for its fall production of Young Frankenstein.