Life is full of interruptions. We start to do something and someone comes along needing our help or attention and we get off track.
Caldecott Medal winner draws a crowd to Sunnyside Library
“I feel love, I create and so I live,” says the central character in Yuyi Morales’ children’s book, “Viva Frida.”
A tiny red lacquered bowl, containing just two ounces of uncooked rice, was used to illustrate just how little food some families survive on in some parts of the world.
Dana Smith, owner of Smith Counseling Services in Sunnyside, explains the various types of therapy she uses in her private practice with children and adults, to the Sunnyside Noon Rotary Club at its regular Monday meeting.
Creating a Broadway-worthy costume is not as easy as one might think, especially if the costume is a period piece.
Romana Gonzalez has only been working at the Sunnyside Bi-Mart since last August, but she said it’s already one of the best jobs she’s had.
Nellie Kielstra of Outlook sits next to 105 hats she knitted for World Vision’s Knit For Kids program.
With the irrigation spigot set to turn on in a month or so, Rigoberto Diosdado Jr. and other staffers at SVID are busy gearing up for a new watering season.
GRANDVIEW – The Grandview Livestock Support Group Booster Club is holding its annual auction and all-you-can-eat spaghetti feed on Saturday, March 21, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Grandview Middle School.
It’s the final weekend to catch the Sunnyside High School drama department’s presentation of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Tonight’s (Friday) performance is at 7 p.m. on the SHS auditorium stage.
The cast of Valley Theater Company’s “Altar Egos” perform the scene “Three-ring circus,” in which planning a wedding becomes a riot of chaos. The Princess Theatre curtain rises on “Altar Egos” next Friday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m.