High school outlines steps to reduce absenteeism
His sophomore year was hard on high school junior Abel Ortega.
There is a lot to know when entrusted with the care of someone’s children.
Once a lowly garment, T-shirt now a professional staple
A quote from a favorite childhood book, is the inspiration for the name and philosophy behind young entrepreneur Chelsea Dimas’ new apparel company.
For the past 10 years, the Cornerstone Assembly of God Church has hosted a special 9/11 worship service, a service that calls for congregation to cover the officers in prayer.
Miss Sunnyside Candidate
A desire to change her outlook is the motivation for Laurissa Ruiz, 16, to seek the Miss Sunnyside title.
A group of hard working behind the scenes volunteers have been chosen to be the Grand Marshals for the annual Sunshine Days Parade at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Women gather strength in mutual cause
Saturday’s rummage sale at 1105 Taylor Ave. is more than just a fund-raiser, although raising money is a good thing, the event organizers admit.
The Relay for Life of the Lower Valley, scheduled for this Saturday on the high school track, has been canceled due to unhealthy air.
Program offers leadership, citizenship skills
When Kent Palmer and Tim Gallon were selected to be the lead instructors of the new Sunnyside High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Program, they weren’t ready for the response the program was about to receive.
Street safety is a huge deal for a Miss Sunnyside candidate who once was hit by a car.