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.
A warm spring evening set the tone for last Friday night’s Sunnyside High School graduation ceremonies held for the 351-member class of 2015, a class described by school officials as “exceptional.”
Pillows, towels, toys and hygiene products were donated by JCPenney employees to Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services this past Wednesday.
Enedelia Flores has always been motivated to help others in whatever way she can.
Seattle musician Olivia de la Cruz entertains an appreciative crowd at Snipes Mountain Brewing in Sunnyside this past Sunday.
The author of several children’s books, Derek Munson of Bellingham, has been helping students in Grandview’s elementary schools this week learn the value of kindness and creative thinking.
Providing injections and injecting catheters, while expressing compassion, are part and parcel of the work nurses perform daily.
Brooke Boiselle is Miss Zillah 2015-2016.