Dream trip of a lifetime for Sunnyside couple
For a few days in late December, Jim and Jeri Honeyford “did as the Romans do”, with a twist.
Baby girl makes a Tuesday appearance
While the rest of the world celebrated New Year’s Day, Tanahiri and Samuel Torres waited on the arrival of their third child.
Shining Star queens donate 150 “pjs’ to help
Because children are rarely dressed in their pajamas when they are rushed to the emergency room, the organizers of the Washington Shining Star programs collect ‘pjs’ as a part of the pageant’s community service project.
Nearly every day, Santa Claus has been making visits to the lower Valley schools and community centers, not to mention local malls.
Reese Campbell missed out on being a foreign exchange student this school year.
A local man, named as a finalist for the Okanogan School District superintendent post, is excited about the opportunity to head north. Joseph “Joey” Castilleja, 37, is one of three finalists to replace the retiring Richard Johnson in Okanogan.
He is a third-generation farmer, working the land his father settled at the end of East Alexander Road in the 1930s.
Van de Graafs are ahead of the curve
So you got a jump on Thanksgiving with a turkey from the boss or the store last week. The Willie Van de Graaf family has you beat by months.
Three events planned to feed indigent
Quail Lane, near the Northwest West Farm Credit offices, was lined with cars from Allen Road to Best Western Monday morning as people gathered for the promise of a free turkey.
The Daily Sun publisher has been named the 2017 recipient of the Fourth Estate Award. During the annual Veterans Day Brunch, the Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of The American Legion presented the Fourth Estate Award to Roger Harnack, 50, of Sunnyside. Harnack has also previously served as the bureau chief of Stars and Stripes.
Family, friends lend a hand
For weeks, his outside travel has been limited daily visits to the Mt. Adams DaVita Dialysis Center and home.
Hundreds of color sheets flooded the City community center last week pronouncing the end of a two-weeks “Welcome back to School” coloring contest, hosted by the Parks and Recreation Department.
They see the resemblance
Wesley Leon Fultz decided to bring his parents home earlier this year, and that gave way to a reunion at which they were able to photograph five generations of the same family.
Street safety is a huge deal for a Miss Sunnyside candidate who once was hit by a car.
Miss Sunnyside candidate Andrea Limon admits she struggled with math.