It’s a dream come true for anyone who loves repurposed items, antiques and other vintage items.
A week of community outreach and revival meetings will be held Monday, July 6, to Friday, July 10, at the Grandview Christian Church (310 Euclid Road).
The business of the month is Café Grande Vue, owned by Amy Stroh, at 1021 W. Wine Country Rd.
Alyssa Ceja enjoys serving her community as a member of the Sunnyside Police Explorers, and said she feels she can do more.
Annabelle Alvarez (above at right) focuses her attention on applying felt to her cardboard figurine during this past Wednesday’s Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department Arts in the Park session held at Sunnyside’s Central Park.
Originally from Kentucky, Cynthia Lewis is finding Sunnyside very much to her liking.
Moving into a new home can be an exciting adventure.
In action this past Monday, the Mabton City Council approved a bid submitted by Blue Star Enterprises Northwest, Inc. to drill Well No. 6.
With Mabton expected to run out of sufficient water rights within the next five to 10 years, the city council this past Monday night inked a contract with Gray & Osborne to conduct a search for more water rights.
The Association of Washington Cities, an Olympia-based organization advocating on behalf of Washington’s 281 cities and towns, honored 11 Advocacy All-stars at its annual conference in Wenatchee, June 23-26.
The non-profit, social service agency People For People was awarded a $20,000 grant from the Yakima Valley Community Foundation to purchase a vehicle that will support the Meals on Wheels program for seniors.
Talking about men’s health, especially topics such as enlarged prostates and erectile dysfunction in mixed company, is bound to result in a few giggles from even the most stoic of individuals.
Running through the fountain at the Sunnyside Community Center this past Tuesday are Rolando Gonzalez and Makayla Siller.
Volunteer Joseph Barela, a Yakima Home Depot employee, cuts tile for installation in the ladies room at the Sunnyview VFW Post last Thursday.
The average annual wage for Washington state residents increased by 4.2 percent in 2014…to $54,829.