The Grandview Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with the Grandview High School DECA and FFA clubs, will be hosting a “Family Fun Night” on Friday, July 17, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Grandview Community Center.
Entries are currently being sought for the Grandview Chamber of Commerce’s 10th annual car show.
Sunnyside CSI Camp is back, come the last Tuesday and Wednesday of this month – July 28-29.
Over The Hill Theatricals, a non-profit theatrical group of people ages 45 and older, has decided on the play it will produce this year.
It’s a dream come true for anyone who loves repurposed items, antiques and other vintage items.
The business of the month is Café Grande Vue, owned by Amy Stroh, at 1021 W. Wine Country Rd.
Alyssa Ceja enjoys serving her community as a member of the Sunnyside Police Explorers, and said she feels she can do more.
Annabelle Alvarez (above at right) focuses her attention on applying felt to her cardboard figurine during this past Wednesday’s Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department Arts in the Park session held at Sunnyside’s Central Park.
Moving into a new home can be an exciting adventure.
Running through the fountain at the Sunnyside Community Center this past Tuesday are Rolando Gonzalez and Makayla Siller.
Dan Newhouse, Washington state’s Fourth Congressional District representative, will be one of two speakers at Grandview’s annual flag raising ceremony on Saturday, July 4.
Saying it is just one more adventure, Sunnyside’s Mike Hazzard and Caroline Smith will be among the dozens of Fallen Heroes 5K Run participants taking their place at the starting line this coming Saturday.
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.