Amber Schlenker Betts has gone from being a beat reporter on the Sunnyside Daily Sun News staff to being a communications coordinator for the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic’s health organization, with a couple of stops in between.
Insurance companies now receiving payments directly
The Washington Health Benefit Exchange, which operates the state’s insurance marketplace, Washington Healthplanfinder, last week announced that existing customers have to make premium payments directly to their insurance companies.
In the past four decades, obesity rates in the United States have soared among all age groups.
In a study that compared food waste in elementary school cafeterias before and after the implementation of the new school lunch guidelines
Sunnyside Community Hospital & Clinics welcomes Dr. Davis Bronson, Plastic Surgeon, to its medical staff.
WellnessWorks, a free program offered to local businesses by Sunnyside Community Hospital, helps employers get a grip on health care issues.
Members of the U.S. Army, Marines, Air Force and Washington State National Guard need a place to train.
One of the notable entries at last month’s seventh annual Gary O’s Car and Bike Show in Prosser was this 1948 Ford pick-up entered by Ken Colby of West Richland.
Prosser native Beth Wyant has been named as an “Afterschool Ambassador” by the national Afterschool Alliance, a position that fits quite well with her job as the Northwest Community Action Center program coordinator.
Mabton High homecoming court members were honored last Friday.
The fair kicked off its 10-day run last Friday. Fair-goers have until Sunday, Oct. 4, to take in the fun.
Benton City native named his replacement
After four decades in the newspaper business – all of them right here in Sunnyside – Daily Sun News publisher Tim Graff is retiring.
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