Life Options will have a fun discussion about the serious matter of unwanted pregnancies at the Neighborhood Church in October.
If your idea of enjoying the great outdoors is relaxing on your deck with a tasty beverage while the grill heats up, you’re in good company.
Brisena Navarro and Adrian Heffron man separate tables at what has become a roadside produce stand in a spot below the west off and on ramps at Exit 63 on Interstate 82.
It’s Friday and that means Art in the Park.
Two local students and a Sunnysider have made the Dean’s list for the spring quarter at Azusa Pacific University.
Yakima Valley College has released its spring 2017 Presidents and Dean’s lists.
Eastern Washington University this week released the names of area students on the Dean’s List.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
Every summer brings vacations and changes in schedules, and as a result, the American Red Cross faces shortages of blood for emergencies.
The annual Outlook School alumni potluck will be held Aug. 6, in the school commons, 3800 Van Belle Road.
State’s oldest newspaper woman marks her centennial
Longtime Omak resident Elizabeth Widel, a columnist for The Chronicle, celebrated her 100th birthday with an open house July 9 at Welcome Home Villa, where she now lives.