When is a treaty not a treaty?
When, chest puffed out with pride, my father told a law partner his first-born was accepted to Bryn Mawr College, this was the immediate response: “Isn’t that the place where they don’t shave their underarms and dance naked around the Maypole?”
For the last several years, commercialization has taken over Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is much more than a big meal with family and friends.
On behalf of Sunnyside Christian High School students and families, I would like to commend the Daily Sun News reporters for their coverage of our volleyball and football teams.
If Americans figured out how to get along after the Civil War, there is no excuse for people canceling their Thanksgiving Day plans because of the 2016 presidential election.
Yes, this column is usually F as in Frank, but for today’s entry it’s F as in Fortunate and thankful this Thanksgiving holiday.
Through thick and thin, The Daily Sun and its predecessors, The Sunnyside Sun and The Daily News, has kept the community informed for more than 100 years.
According to the New York Daily News, the 2016 presidential election is dividing families on Thanksgiving.
The Foundation for the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo’s recent fundraising dinner was a wonderful success.
America’s choice has been made.
Last month, the state Supreme Court essentially stripped property owners of the right to develop land with permit-exempt wells.
The general election is over. Yet, political campaign signs remain posted throughout the Lower Yakima Valley.