Well-versed speakers representing the health, law enforcement and education segments of the community have been lined up for a community forum being planned by Sunnyside United.
The final numbers have come in for Sunnyside Daybreak Rotary Club’s Summer Ale Fest, and the event turned a net profit of $12,403.
Sunnyside’s Amanda Bestebreur is collecting money, furniture and clothing for victims of the wildfires in the Chelan area.
Rene, Sylvia and Lydia Alvarez arrive early to pick up their daily packets of newspapers. They double check their bundles to make sure they have adequate copies for their combined paper routes before the siblings hit the streets to deliver the current edition of Sunnyside’s Daily Sun News.
Redimido, a church music group with a strong Spanish repertoire, will be the “Tuesday Tunes” performers at Sunnyside’s Centennial Square on Tuesday, Aug. 25.
Molested as a child and married to a man who lived a double life, Barbara Vernoski has somehow not only survived, but thrived.
“The people will play flutes and sing, “The source of my life springs from Jerusalem!”
Dispelling the stereotype of the lone bird watcher ensconced behind binoculars, Kerry Turley this past Monday told the Sunnyside Noon Rotary members there are 47 million bird watchers in the U.S.
The delicate yellow hue of a patch of sunflowers add a bit of color to recent otherwise gray mornings caused by recent smoke inversion throughout the Yakima Valley.
As someone who studies human motivation, here’s what I have observed…when people talk about striving for a bonus, or driving company earnings, they tend to look eager, and frankly quite stressed.
Kelley L. Bridges, an Army Reserve Officers Training Corps cadet at Washington State University, has graduated from the Cadet Leader Course at Fort Knox, Ky.
Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend any tips to help me save on my medication costs? I currently take five different prescription medications that are very expensive even with insurance. Searching Susan
A small crowd of movie lovers gathered on the Sunnyside Museum lawns last Thursday night to enjoy a film and some ice cream, donated by the Yakima Valley Dairy Farmers.
Bill Hill of Hermiston, Ore. was the hi-qualifier of the main event at the annual “Summer Classic” cribbage tournament held in Sunnyside recently at the VFW hall.