Family is extremely important to Kerri Greene, who works at Sunnyside’s Tire Factory as a bookkeeper.
Lower Valley residents Rocky Snider and Crystal Barraza speak with breast cancer survivor Michelle Fulton at yesterday’s (Thursday’s) Think Pink health fair at PMH Medical Center.
The Sunnyside Board of Parks and Recreation met Wednesday afternoon and discussed the future of Christina Knoth Park and the preliminary calendar of parks and recreation activities for 2015. The park is located near the Law and Justice Center on Homer and North First streets.
More than 3,000 pint-sized ghosts and goblins are expected to attend the Fifth annual Sunnyside Halloween Trunk or Treat event, sponsored by Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce and Sunnyside Police Department.
OUTLOOK – The Outlook Grange will host a bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 1, and invites local craft and food vendors to sign up for table space.
All former employees of the Sunny Haven nursing home and institution are invited to a gathering at China Wok in Sunnyside tomorrow, Friday, at 6 p.m.
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The new Miss Sunnyside royalty rode the Miss Sunnyside Community Float “Egyptian Treasures” for their first parade appearance this past Saturday in the 2014 Wapato Tamale Festival Parade.
Newly crowned Miss Sunnyside, Liliana Cisneros, is passionate about promoting health and fitness for seniors in the community.
Miss Grandview princesses Marissa Garza and Taylor Colson (L-R), and Grandview Chamber of Commerce President Lonnie Hendrickson Tuesday stand by as Miss Grandview Float Committee member Andrea Hendrickson details for the Grandview City Council plans for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new float trailer.
Trick-or-treat adult style is on the marquee at the Princess Theatre in Prosser this Halloween.
The Direct Current concert series showcasing local musicians continues at Gesa Power House Theatre with Dakota Brown Band tomorrow (Saturday) at 7:30 p.m.
Wineries from Grandview and the Sunnyside area will be among those participating in the annual “Catch the Crush” event set for tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday.
For one night, Saturday, Nov. 1, Shakespeare Walla Walla will convert the Gesa Power House Theatre into a Studio 54-style discoteque for an 80s themed dance party at 7 p.m.
Yakima Valley wineries are celebrating the harvest during the annual Catch the Crush event this weekend, Saturday and Sunday.