Sunnyside AMVETS Post #3733 members give a check for $1,500 to Sort-4-the-Cause representatives.
Local locksmith and treasure hunter Don Outhet beats the heat early this morning (Friday), scanning for hidden objects on the now vacant lot next to Grace Brethren Church.
A first-of-its-kind event in Sunnyside is set for Saturday, July 4, with the Fallen Hero 5K, a walk/run/ride event to honor the sacrifices made to protect this country.
A desire to keep others safe has resulted in a summer job for Tyler Hunsaker, now in his first season as a lifeguard at Sunnyside’s city pool.
The Sunnyside City Council held two first readings of new ordinances Monday night, including one that would allow downtown businesses to offer outside seating.
Ribs, burgers, potato salad, baked beans and all the barbecue trimmings...just for fathers.
Moving to Sunnyside was a big change for Brenda Crawford, a dental hygienist with lots of experience.
In 1967 four nuns in Seattle founded Northwest Harvest, the non-profit organization that distributes food across Washington state.
Janet Leister and Heather DeVries of the Dairy for Life program chat with Sunnyside’s Adventist Community Service Food Bank volunteer Helaina Meyers about the Darigold milk distribution held Thursday.
On July 5, Pauline Padgham Shockley of Outlook will celebrate her 100th birthday, surrounded by her family and friends.
Grandview High School’s 155 graduates weren’t the only ones last Saturday ending one chapter and beginning another.
The city of Grandview’s municipal swimming pool at 601 W. Second St. is scheduled to open for the season on Friday, June 12, at 1 p.m.
Sunnyside native Octavio Mora has a dream, and he’s currently trying to raise enough money to make it happen.