110 YEARS AGO…(1904) Yakima County commissioners chose Frank Young of Sunnyside as the recipient of a full-ride scholarship to Pullman Agricultural College. The commissioners also appointed James Henderson to succeed Ira Miller as the registration clerk for the Sunnyside precinct.
To the staff of the Daily Sun News, thank you so very much for all your coverage and stories about our just completed “Grandview fair.”
Every hunter knows places to look for in the woods ... places where game is more likely to be approached or surprised. It’s that way with Windy Wilson, too. Windy is a hunter, but he just hunts audiences, and he does believe in the catch-and-release system.
Dressed in traditional Mayan Indian costume, Samuel Becerra demonstrates how to create a clay flute in the shape of a bird.
Although he doesn’t always get to work in the most desirable of environments, TJ’s Refrigeration technician Bryan Redick enjoys what he does.
Former students of Outlook School have met for a reunion every year since 1956, according to this year’s organizer, Dorothy Cullen, seen here at left looking at newspaper clippings.
To say that Charlene Maling likes to shop is like saying the sky is blue.
Local community rallies to help orphans around the world
When Dr. Ruth Wise planned a visit to her home country of Bolivia, she expressed a desire to help children in La Paz – to Dr. Gregory Norell, the dentist who hired her when she moved to Sunnyside more than a decade ago.
Believing the opportunity of serving her community as Miss Sunnyside would open doors, Liliana Cisneros joins 12 other hopefuls vying for the title on Oct. 5.
Auditioning for the Over the Hill Theatricals production of “70 Girls 70” are a number of Lower Valley community members, led by Jean Eakin.
Community members fill the Sunnyside Fraternal Order of Eagles lodge this past Saturday, enjoying the music of Joel Guzman and Sarah Fox.
Several individuals wanting to learn more about beginning and low impact Zumba enjoy a workout at the Grandview Community Center during Zumba Buck Night this past Wednesday evening. The introductory class was provided at the cost of $1. Instructor Charlie Trevino (in the photo at right) explains the purpose of the different movements set to music.