MABTON – Sometimes being a community law enforcement officer means getting your hands dirty.
Washington Healthplanfinder officials announced this week that 170,101 Washingtonians have signed up for a qualified health plan or renewed their health coverage through wahealthplanfinder.org.
Above, the Sunnyside Public Library is set to reopen Monday, April 27, at its new temporary location at 533 S. Sixth St., next to the Frio’s yogurt shop in downtown Sunnyside.
While shopping at the Sunnyside Walmart Store and hearing a call for a clean-up in the deli, don’t be surprised if the person who responds is Store Manager Amy Smart.
Those attending last Friday’s volunteer recognition luncheon honoring Sunnyside Community Hospital volunteers were lacking only one thing – the man named the volunteer of the year – John Cornelius.
GRANDVIEW – There are several members of the community of Grandview who step up regularly, dedicating themselves to making the lives of others better.
GRANDVIEW – Longtime Grandview School District volunteer Lonnie Hendrickson says he is attempting to cut back on the number of hours he donates to the Grandview School District.
Sunnyside’s St. Joseph Church is making a commitment to provide local youngsters with a place to play organized sports.
As if on cue, while the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Board of Directors sat in the lobby of the Sunnyside Community Center discussing the lack of organized programs for the city’s youth, a young girl entered the building to ask what programs might be open to her.
Rachel Fernandez just started working at downtown Sunnyside’s Imperial Screen Printing and Embroidery, but she’s already enjoying the work.