Fear of God has almost disappeared in America.
It has been brought to my attention that my opponent’s campaign signs have been stolen on several occasions.
Our community deserves the best. The best person running for City Council is Theresa Hancock.
As a community newspaper publisher, nothing irks me more than people saying they get their news online or on television.
As a former editor of The Daily Sun, I had many opportunities to observe Sunnyside City Councilwoman Theresa Hancock working to fairly represent the residents of this community.
California’s Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, which oversees 31 million acres of privately owned wildlands, said the raging and ongoing wildfires rank among the worst in the state’s history.
What would you do if you were paid $435,000 for one year at your job?
It’s that time of year when municipal agencies are meeting regularly to determine next year’s budgets.
Today I’m counting my blessings.
I want to express my deep disappointment and disgust of the Sept. 27 story on Tom Paul.
Last week, the Roza Irrigation District opened a new reservoir in the Rattlesnake foothills north of Sunnyside.
The general election ballot has a proposition that will make you take notice.
Last week, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed the California Values Act, or Senate Bill 54, which officially made the state an illegal alien sanctuary.
Managing Editor Ted Escobar may be getting the blame for the controversial Tom Paul story, but the writing seemed quite consistent with this newspaper since Roger Harnack became publisher.
I went to the Granger High School football game Friday to photograph the game and homecoming festivities, and I had a nice time.