Gibbons, Gallagher promoted
As Sunnyside Community Hospital transitions into a regional health agency, a new chief executive officer quietly took over local management in April.
Prosser event runs from 6-10 p.m. downtown
As the sun dips below the city’s historic downtown skyline, art lovers and wine connoisseurs will be ready to enjoy the best of both worlds at the 14th annual Art Walk and Wine Gala.
Play opens Sept. 30 at high school auditorium
The beloved classic, “Little Women” will be staged for lower valley audiences in September now that a cast has been chosen, Over the Hill Theatricals director Sheila Hazzard announced.
Organization offers services to cities without chambers
Mayor Jim Restucci will be escorting visitors around the business community today as one of his duties as the city leader.
A desire to encourage health and fitness is one of the goals of Miss Sunnyside candidate Clarisa Calderon.
Some residents object to Veldhuis’ plan
A decision about plans for the development of a 36-acres feedlot off Glade Road south of town should be known within 10 business days, following testimony given Thursday.
Two girls have Lower Valley ties
Two girls with links to the local community are preparing to travel to the nation’s capital to advocate for juvenile diabetics’ research funding.
Plans to compete for national officer
Tye Taylor hasn’t started packing his bags for a trip to Johnson, Iowa yet, but the 2016 Prosser High School graduate is excited to begin.
Show kicks off 2017-2018 season
In a suspenseful who-done-it story line, a man remarries after his first wife’s mysterious death, unaware of his jealous secretary’s role in her death and her nefarious plans for his second wife.
Local woman pens book on child death
Working through the tragedy of a child’s death is the topic of a new book written by local author Kimberly Starr.