Letters to the Editor


Louie family appreciative


A heartfelt thanks to the entire Sunnyside community for its support through this difficult time with the recent loss of our father, Sing Wang Louie.

Karaoke winners named

Levy support appreciated

Let street blockade stand


We live in the Sunnyside neighborhood east of the South Hill Road blockade. Since the blockage of the road we have enjoyed the peace and quiet, as well as the safety of all the children living in the neighborhood.

Crab feed support lauded


Thank you to all who supported the American Legion’s first ever crab feed on Saturday, Feb. 7. It was great to see people from all over join together for good times and good food.

Tease photo

Marijuana moratorium


I noticed with interest in your Feb. 6 article, titled “Six more months,” referring to the additional six-month moratorium on marijuana sales in Sunnyside.

No issues with police


I am writing in response to an article entitled “Six More Months” that was published in the Daily Sun News on Friday, Feb. 6. In the article I am said to have been critical of the police and that I thought they should be doing a better job arresting those who sell marijuana to our children. This is not true. I did not speak a word about the police.

Worried about impact of pot shop approval


Thank you Cathy Kelley and Sunnyside United for placing an ad in the Daily Sun News entitled, “Marijuana - it limits performance.”

Honor guard appreciated


A young man from Missouri, named Leon, joined the Air Force. He served with a Texan, who had a sister.

Remove South Hill Road blockade

I manage a business west of the road block (on South Hill Road), and in the past two years have witnessed a fair amount of congestion, which this blockage creates.

Allow God in schools


There are students, teachers and parents that don’t believe in God.

Newhouse vote shameful


Newly-elected Rep. Dan Newhouse voted for an amendment to end a program that allows undocumented young people, brought to the U.S. as children, to remain in America if they are going to school and working.

Why no Latino studies course at S’side High?


The city of Sunnyside is populated with 13,000 citizens that identify themselves as Latino/Hispanic.

Wreaths for veterans


On behalf of the Gold Star Mothers of Washington and Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion in Grandview, we would like to thank all who made the fourth annual Wreaths Across America event in Grandview on Saturday, Dec. 13, such a success.