Parents are looking to the Mabton schools to communicate with them more often, provide a welcome environment, give them more meaningful roles in their children’s education and greater access to teachers.
MABTON – This past Saturday the Mabton Vikings hosted the annual Mabton Mat Classic, which was won by Naches with 179 points.
John and Jennifer Ely of Prosser’s Sage Bluff Alpacas have been raising their herd of cute, fuzzy creatures for nearly a decade.
The Bickleton boys basketball team had a good start to its weekend, with a 58-46 win over Klickitat on Friday.
The Sunnyside Christian girls improved their league record to 6-0, 11-2 overall this past Saturday against Klickitat, winning 68-17.
After 200 years of daily deliveries, the United States Postal Service has fallen on tough times.
BURBANK – Columbia-Burbank is no easy pushover.
WHITE SWAN – The Mabton wrestling team last Friday traveled to White Swan and defeated the Cougars four matches to three.
BICKLETON – The Bickleton boys basketball team lost its two home games this past weekend to Lyle and Sunnyside Christian.
A small group of students at Grandview Middle School wanting to learn how to communicate with the deaf have been spending their own personal time to learn American Sign Language (ASL).
Sunnyside didn’t give up during its two weekend games played against Eisenhower and Wenatchee this past Friday and Saturday.
GRANDVIEW – The Mabton wrestling team this past Wednesday night joined Grandview and Prosser on the Greyhound mats.
PROSSER – Although she grew up in a loving home, where she learned respect and was a regular in church, this past Tuesday’s guest speaker at the Christian Women’s Connection meeting in Prosser did not know what it was like to connect with her faith.
BENTON CITY – Two Mabton girls wrestling team members last night competed at a double-dual at Ki-Be.
Whether a person is looking to assist with a community service project or needs help with a project, a website has been established to assist with service endeavors in Grandview and other communities.
HERMISTON, ORE. – It may have been a tightly contested game, but Sunnyside is celebrating its first victory of the season.
The Bickleton boys basketball team lost a pair of games on the road last Friday and Saturday.
GRANDVIEW – Staff at Grandview’s Orchard House, the community’s only assisted living center, are excited about the changes that will soon be taking place.
This past Friday and Saturday the Sunnyside Christian girls earned a couple of wins, handily defeating both Klickitat and Lyle-Wishram.
GRANDVIEW – At the Grandview Swim Pool Committee meeting last night (Thursday), Grandview Parks and Recreation Director Mike Carpenter said he is hoping to have a new analysis regarding the current pool’s condition completed before the summer.
GRANGER – Last night the Mabton wrestling team competed against Granger, Cle Elum, Columbia-Burbank and Riverview in the Spartans’ gym.
KITTITAS – The Sunnyside Christian girls hoops squad had to crash the boards hard to ensure last night’s victory against Kittitas, 60-51.
There are new procedures and protocols being implemented in the Sunnyside schools to keep students safe in a threatening situation.
As the state and county start to feel the impacts from last November’s General Election, it may be a good idea to reflect that those changes were brought about by the lowest voter turnout in more than 20 years.
It was Annie Brouwer of class 1B Sunnyside Christian who had the touch this past Saturday against 2B DeSales.
PROSSER – Getting off to a slow start may have been the downfall for Sunnyside last Friday in Prosser.
Although team scores weren’t kept this past Saturday at the Sunnyside High School JV Mixer, Mabton Coach John Kilian couldn’t be happier with the performances of four of his varsity grapplers.
HELIX, ORE. – The Bickleton Pirates this past Monday and Tuesday competed in Helix, Ore. at the Helix Christmas Break Tournament.
Mabton’s Sergio Lupercio was the only Viking to medal at yesterday’s Pomeroy Invitational.
Everyone, it seems, wants to know what the new year will hold.
Just more than two years ago, Yesenia Godinez was working as a receptionist for Bryan Robison State Farm Insurance in Sunnyside.
He’s owned several businesses in Sunnyside, including School Spirit on East Edison Avenue, with a single-minded passion to serve the community.
Not all families have the warmest, happiest of holidays each year.
Although not all Mabton wrestlers fared as well as they would have liked at the Kittitas Express Wrestling Tournament this past Wednesday night, three came out on top.
It’s hard to believe, but Christmas is nearly here.
Line by line, paragraph by paragraph…the Sunnyside Airport Advisory Board is looking at the rules and regulations for the Sunnyside Municipal Airport.
The Mabton School District and the Mabton Education Association have come to terms.
The Bickleton boys basketball team this past weekend secured a couple of wins, defeating Glenwood on Friday and Helix this past Saturday.
It was a tough weekend for the Grizzly boys basketball team, which suffered a couple of non-league losses to Hanford and Kamiakin.
Whether we are experiencing times of joy or times that are challenging, the choices a person makes will bring about changes.
Since graduating from Eastern Washington University in 2008 with a degree in mechanical engineering technology, Josh Ziegler has seen several changes at the company he was hired to work for…Sunnyside’s ShirAul Bullet Trailers.
A $232,000 budget was last night adopted by Grandview’s Transportation Benefit District Board, which consists of the members of the city council.
Ensuring he has time for his family and wanting to help out members of his community, Tony Cromwell has operated Cromwell Radiator and Auto Repair in Grandview since 2003.
After canceling two games last week the Bickleton Pirates were finally able to dust off their sneakers and took to the hardwood against Granger’s JV squad last night.
The Sunnyside Christian girls basketball team in its first regulation game of the season narrowly escaped a loss.
It was a trio of Vikings who went undefeated last night against White Swan and Tri-City Prep.
When Nereyda Barajas of Sunnyside was considering her options for college last year, she had her mind set on three state universities.
ELLENSBURG – It was a great start to the 2014-15 season for the 2B Mabton wrestling team this past Saturday at the Ellensburg JV Invitational.
GRANGER – Sunnyside Transformation Yakima Valley is no longer headquartered in Sunnyside.
As a Sunnyside High School athlete, Zachary Marquez stayed in shape by hitting the weights.