The Bleyhl metal storage units, located near South 16th Street and Yakima Valley Highway, appear as works of art cast in light of a winter sunrise.
The Green Olive Café in Sunnyside held its third annual non-perishable food drive during the month of December and the result was that patrons donated 188 food items.
Even though Tuesday night’s snow and ice are expected to be melted off by this evening, Sunnyside city parks employee Mitch Ziegler was out early this morning clearing the sidewalks near Sunnyside’s Centennial Square.
Women who worked on the home front during WWII are being asked to preserve their stories and memories.
The final days of winter break from local school classrooms brought sunshine last Friday for youngsters like 8-year-old Cooper Mains of Bickleton, pictured playing at Sunnyside’s sun-splashed Central Park.
Despite freezing temperatures, Sunnyside residents soaked up plenty of sunshine last weekend.
Melanie Koch donates blood in the Bloodmobile as it makes its first visit in 2014 to Sunnyside last Friday.
A hawk hunts near the State Wildlife Recreation Area near Sunnyside.
Sunnyside brothers Mario and Lino Alvarez celebrate the New Year working on crafts during the Sunnyside Public Library drop-in craft time held yesterday.
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City officials, staff and those in attendance at last Monday’s city council meeting in Mabton selected the winning names of 10 children who will receive a new bicycle.
The Christmas Eve service at Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sunnyside this past Tuesday night...
This December marks the 62nd anniversary of Hank Timmermans’ arrival in the United States.
The George and Evelyn Johnson home at 915 NW Crescent Ave. in Sunnyside reflects the splendor of the holiday season, just in time for Christmas day tomorrow.