Preceding the Artz-Fox Elementary School winter program last week, Mabton children from three to 12 years old were able to join in winter holiday activities, thanks to volunteers from the Mabton FFA, FCCLA, Mabton High School band and Mabton Counseling Service.
The first honorees for Grandview’s American Legion athlete and vocational scholars program have been announced.
The Sunnyside Christian High School honors choir entertains the Sunnyside Noon Rotary members with Christmas music during the club’s annual Christmas gala held Monday.
If the Sunnyside City Council follows all the recommendations of Engineer Ted Pooler of Huibregtse, Louman Associates and of city staff, the average water bill for a residential home will go down by a couple of dollars a month.
Maybe the third time will be the charm for a new Grandview city pool measure.
Barely a month after it failed at the polls, the Grandview School District will again submit an athletic levy to voters.
World renowned soprano, Marcia Whitehead, performs this past Saturday at Sunnyside’s Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
Danny Vidales and Angie Jones work on newly acquired CPR skills learned this past Saturday at the Sunnyside Fire Department.
In recognition of National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day (Friday, Dec. 12), Sunnyside Hapo Community Credit Union staff members Janeth Vazquez, Veronica Cisneros and Jackie Herrera (L-R) donned their favorite colorful holiday apparel.
Carla Galarza expresses her fear of Santa to the dismay of her brother, Carlos.
No matter how you crunch the numbers, crime rates in Sunnyside and Grandview have been dropping the past five years.
Dave Erho and Adrian Tapia of Quiring Monuments guide a black granite stone upright with help from a city of Sunnyside crane during an installation yesterday (Thursday) at Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza in Sunnyside.
As a reminder of the reason for the season, this wooden cross stands out from the holiday lights festooning the home of Sunnyside’s Lloyd and Sheila Hazzard.
High winds are blowing into the Northwest, so Pacific Power officials are reminding customers and the public to take precautions to stay safe and comfortable this winter.
The Port of Sunnyside’s spotless record of never receiving a finding from the state auditor’s office is intact.