The Tri City Quilters’ Guild will present “Quilts for All Seasons,” at its 33rd annual show and vendor mall Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2, at the Three Rivers Convention Center, 7016 W. Grandview Boulevard.
After weeks of practice, five Compass High School students took over Prosser’s Jeremy’s 1896 Public House Sunday afternoon, serving 15 tables special meals designed by a sixth student.
A pair of Clydesdale horses pull local residents and their wagon during a leisurely, sunny ride yesterday on Yakima Valley Highway, just south of Zillah.
The local DECA and FFA chapters will be hosting the 4th annual Crab Feed and Silent Auction on Feb. 27.
The Miss Sunnyside court and community float crew represent the community at more than 15 parades a year from Seattle to Spokane and many points in between.
As the landscape of the Legends Casino campus changes, one staple remains constant – the annual Yakama Cares grant distribution.
Those wishing to form teams or who have been team members and captains are invited to attend the first Relay for Life of Lower Valley meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, at Sierra Vista Middle School, 916 N. 16th St.
There is still time to register for driver safety class being offered in Sunnyside from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 8 and 9, at Sunnyside Presbyterian Church, 737 S. 16th St.
Casino shuttle in the works
Word is getting around about open gym at the Community Center, 1521 S. First St., and dozens of people show up daily to play basketball or use the center’s game room.
Fans of the Laura Ingraham Show on talk radio have two opportunities to see her in person next month.
The Granger Historical Society honored its top volunteers of the year recently.
Keene-Riverview Elementary School staff are as busy as their bee mascot while attempting to get the most steps into their daily routine.
By 1:30 p.m. yesterday organizers of the Project Homeless Connect were calling the event a huge success.