When Jarryd T. Bivins left military service he thought he might try law enforcement as his next career.
Can you visualize a downtown Sunnyside, where clothing stores are clustered together on one block, with accessory shops and a variety of dining opportunities intermingled across the street?
For a lot of people an afternoon snack might mean grabbing a quick chocolate bar or a bag of chips.
Recent changes in time and employment commitments of key Sunnyside United leaders led the youth coalition to hold elections yesterday morning (Thursday) at the group’s monthly meeting.
Soon after Sunnyside’s Les Amundson returned home from serving his country as an airman in World War II, the Sunnyside American Legion leadership tagged him to become a member of Post #73.
When Jocelyn Baca sets about to accomplish a goal, she tackles it with a great intensity.
“We need you” was the message Sunnyside youth advocate Cathy Kelley shared with the Sunnyside Daybreak Rotary Club Wednesday morning.
A tip from a friend landed Brad Denson with a job he has now held for 34 years.
What started as a simple project to break up a 20 percent incline in his Upland Drive back yard has become an attractive 40-foot curved retaining wall complete with a 4-foot tall cedar privacy screen.
With Sunnyside street construction projects proceeding a tad bit ahead of schedule, Sunnyside Public Works Director Shane Fisher said his biggest worry now is getting all of the paving and sidewalk work done before the weather turns.