High school juniors Ariel Howard and Nitzia Padilla will represent their school at the Evergreen Girls States conference in June.
Carolina Alcaraz and her Sunnyside High School mariachi band mates entertain last night during Tuesday Tunes at the Centennial Square gazebo bandstand.
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A group of high school DECA students have returned from a 2,000-mile trek to Nashville, Tenn., for the International Career Development Conference.
Masterpiece works takes stage at mentoring center
An after-school student center turned into an artists’ colony Friday night for the Extra Mile Student Center’s first talent show.
Five community groups are winners of trophies at the annual Cinco de Mayo Parade this past Sunday.
The high school mariachi band will be on stage at Tuesday Tunes at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Centennial Square.
Event canceled after four hours
Hundreds turned out to battle cancer, but they couldn’t overcome the weather.
The Alzheimer’s Association is seeking volunteers for caregiver support groups.
A resource fair for current and former Hanford Nuclear Reservation workers is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 18.
Festive colors and music filled downtown last weekend for the city’s annual Cinco de Mayo Festival.
Former Sunnyside resident Dr. Lloyd H. Butler, D.O. has been named the recipient of the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce Ted Robertson Community Service Award.
More than 200 volunteers in fundraiser
More than 200 walkers will hit the Sierra Vista Middle School track at noon tomorrow to draw awareness to cancer.