Long-time pastor retires

A familiar presence in the community for 20-plus years, Rev. Larry Mays is stepping away from the pulpit at Sunnyside’s Seventh-day Adventist Church.

St. Joseph’s offers classes to parishioners

Sunnyside’s St. Joseph Catholic Church Parish has started registering people for religious education instructions, as well as for preparation for the sacraments of baptism, reconciliation, first communion and confirmation.

BBQ cook-off open to public

SELAH – Finger lickin’ good…the grub that’s to be had at this year’s Skewered Apple BBQ Championships.

Mushroom identification class scheduled

YAKIMA – A mushroom identification workshop will be held at the Yakima Area Arboretum on Saturday, Sept. 20.

Ice cream social for seniors set for last Sunday of this month

Sunnyside’s senior citizens group will host an ice cream social and open house on Sunday, Aug. 31.

Jobs at fair available to unemployed

YAKIMA – Each year the Central Washington State Fair employs hundreds of Yakima Valley residents during the 10-day event.

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Ceremony honors new Eagle Scouts

ZILLAH - Grandview’s Boy Scout Troop 643 presented scouting’s highest award, Eagle Scout, recently to three young men at a Court of Honor held in Zillah.

Need a smile?

Maybe these (internet) quips, followed by my comments will bring new insights to your world, or at least a smile.

Is life insurance needed in retirement?

Is life insurance needed in retirement?

Think you’re getting old? Social Security celebrates 79 years

For the past 79 years, Social Security has maintained its place as an American cornerstone.

The real driver of great innovation

Does innovation come from within, or is it driven by outside forces?

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Miss Sunnyside candidate Krisana Fernandez

Being a role model to younger children and her peers, representing her community in a positive manner and being an example of what her community is about…these are the reasons that compelled Krisana Fernandez to compete for the 2014-15 Miss Sunnyside title.