ZILLAH – “Mary Poppins,” one of Disney’s most popular characters, will come to life at Zillah High School’s performing arts center two weekends in May.
PROSSER – Valley Theater Company will present two more performances of its spring play, “33 Variations,” tonight and this coming Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Prosser’s Princess Theatre.
Artwork by three generations of the Ardis Emery family will be on display one-day only on Saturday, May 9, at the Sunnyside Museum.
There are many venues across the nation in the North American Hillclimbers Association circuit, but none compare to Dry Creek Recreation area north of Sunnyside.
PROSSER - Why remove a dam?
Wednesday afternoon proved to be a perfect day to attend the Sunnyside High School freshman baseball game for everyone except young Khloe Hunsaker, who found other ways to amuse herself.
A great little tale of a young orphan girl, rescued and protected by the gods until a peasant couple falls in love with her and decides to raise her as their own.
Students in Central Washington still have time to submit artwork for the 2015 Congressional High School Art Competition.
Shutterbugs, grab your cameras. The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce wants to make “Sunnyside Postcards” to promote the community and serve as souvenirs for visitors.
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.
YAKIMA – Gilbert Cellars will kick off its Music in the Vines Concert Series at Hackett Ranch Amphitheater near Yakima on Saturday, June 27, with a musical performance by Rust on the Rails.