Despite the often asked question about working with those who have passed on, Teresa Smith says she enjoys her career as an intern funeral director.
Audrina Campos, Jenny Hall and Brianna Garza of Sunnyside show off their winnings at last Saturday’s Pink Diamond Divas Pageant in Kennewick.
When her father passed away five years ago, Carmelita Alvarez took advantage of hospice services. She’d been working at Lower Valley Hospice and Palliative Care in Sunnyside for a couple of years at that point, and said she thought she was prepared.
She’s only been playing the Pokémon Trading Card Game for about a year, but Maria Herrera of Sunnyside recently earned two Pokémon city championships on the Premier Championship circuit, and hopes to do well at a regional competition in Utah in April.
When Shadie Anciso of Sunnyside saw the cost of high heel pumps decorated in Seahawk colors, she knew she could do it for less.
For 34 years, Fernando Farias and Victor Campos have played music every Monday night at nursing homes in the Lower Valley.
Catalina Bazaldua started working part-time at Panda Bear Childcare while she was still a student at Sunnyside High School.
At a Sunnyside High School assembly last Friday, teachers George Paulus and Teri Alvarez-Ziegler were honored for being named the Daily Sun News man and woman of the year for 2013.
Lauren Hershberger is a newcomer to the Lower Valley area, but she likes what she sees, a lot.
Surrounded by his family, young Damien Cortez of Sunnyside spent his Christmas Day in a Seattle hospital recovering from a gunshot injury he suffered about a week ago.
Roxzana Lakey says she’s tried a lot of different jobs in her life.