GRANDVIEW – Safe, warm and thankful…that’s how Mary Williams and her daughter, Barbara Williams, feel about their newly renovated three-bedroom home.
There have been many challenges for Estefania Olivera, but adversity has made her appreciative of life.
After working seven years as a grocery store clerk, Carla Ornelas said she “…wanted to try something new.”
You could call April Dominguez of Bleyhl something of an accidental bookkeeper.
Gunnar Boose, grandson of Sunnyside resident Kathryn Padgett and son of Sunnyside High School graduate Traci Boose, recently survived basic training at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York.
Family is extremely important to Kerri Greene, who works at Sunnyside’s Tire Factory as a bookkeeper.
Navy Seaman Recruit Justin T. Henn, son of Gene Henn of Sunnyside and Stacey M. Jones of Amity, Ore., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
Since organizing in 2002, the Tri-Cities chapter of Project Linus has distributed more than 20,000 blankets to area children in need of a warm hug.
Hand-quilted coverlets of all colors and styles were donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, thanks to the efforts of Horizon Quilters Unlimited of the Yakima Valley.
A woman used to keeping active, Barbara Nelson rarely misses an opportunity to join her fellow water aerobics classmates at Sunnyside’s Valley Racquet and Fitness Club pool each week.