For her 100th birthday, former Sunnyside school nurse and Outlook resident Madelyne Kassebaum was honored with a proclamation from Mayor Ed Murray designating Nov. 24 as Madelyne Larson Kassebaum Day.
A farmer, rancher, father and all-around family man is the way Graciela Gomez of Outlook describes her 100-year-old father.
Preparing snacks for more than a thousand elementary school children a day is a full time job for school district food services worker Joann Tucker Smith.
Local repairman retires
After answering more than 45,000 service calls as the Lower Valley’s official Sears repairman, Tom Grubenhoff has retired.
Sunnyside’s Rey Pascua and Sen. Jim Honeyford (R-Sunnyside) recently were honored for their ongoing support of Washington’s Filipino communities.
A group of 10 people from Sunnyside, six of them local Boy Scouts between the ages of 12 and 17, hiked the Monitor Ridge Trail to the summit of Mount St. Helens last Friday, Nov. 6.
A spaghetti dinner benefit and silent auction to benefit a local man suffering with stage 4 colon cancer will be held Saturday. Nov. 21, at Sun Valley Elementary School.
Joyelle Kilian, 8, of Sunnyside recently was awarded an Honorable Mention medal at the Central Washington University 2015 Sonata-Sonatina Festival last month.
Bob Kelly doesn’t make a big deal out of his military service, but will talk about it if you ask.
This Veterans Day, Boatswain’s Mate Third Class Andres Rodriguez will mark the day stationed aboard his ship at Bangor Naval Yards.
At the age of 93 June Bates of Prosser is still trying new things.
For Callie (Fernandez) Sims living in Sunnyside and working in Richland as a US Bank relationship manager, suits her just fine.
Daily Sun News Publisher Roger Harnack believes the next generation of newspaper readers may never touch a paper product.