He thought she was too old for him. The young 18-year-old girl wasn’t interested in making new friends in the Yakima Valley.
A bored English housewife, a snoopy church lady, a confused English vicar and an escaped Russian war prisoner are at the heart of the Valley Theatre Company’s Valentine’s weekend production of “See How They Run.”
Everyone knows that wine and chocolate go together at Valentine’s Day like hearts and arrows.
Sunnyside native combines loves
Growing up in the heart of the Yakima Valley wine country, he may never thought about making a sweet to pair with the plethora of award-winning red wines produced locally.
He called this morning’s presentation to the Daybreak Rotary club a 101 primer in the history of the Jihad.
Local police issue alert for bogus demands
Callers telling local residents they are from the Internal Revenue Service are part of a scam.
Her door is always open to parents and, more than anything, she wants to communicate with the parents of the 850 high school students in her charge.
Locals getting ready for Lent
Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of the Lenten season.
It’s finally open today. Well, sort of, said Sunnyside Ace Hardware owner Dennis Allen.
Everyone gets a crown.
She has met famous people, was an early proponent of recycling clothing and a jogger before it became a popular form of exercise.
Next weekend will be an opportunity for wine enthusiasts from around the state to meet winemakers here in the Yakima Valley.
A building at 223 W. Wine Country Road is a one-stop center for building, locating, buying and financing a new home.
By 1:30 p.m. yesterday organizers of the Project Homeless Connect were calling the event a huge success.
The death of a Colorado teenager has sparked a nationwide movement to encourage children to be kind to one another.
He is only nine years old but he is facing the biggest fight of his life.
Survey set for Wednesday
Those who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless will find help at the annual Project Homeless Connect from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph’s Catholic Parish Center, 921 S. Sixth St.
Overflow crowd mourns local leader
Hundreds turned out yesterday for a memorial service to honor a Lower Valley man described as “humble and authentic.”
In just a few weeks the U. S. Peace Corps will lose the services of a Sunnyside native.
Habitat for Humanity has a new leader with a background in helping Mabton residents secure funding for affordable housing.
Though still feeling the pain from losing Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District Manager Jim Trull, who died Saturday, staff press on with a three-person management team for the time being.
Fitness club changes hands
There are changes afoot at the former Lower Valley Racquet and Fitness Club, as in this new year it is under new ownership.
SVID Manager Jim Trull dead at age 69
Today the Lower Valley is marking the loss of a local, state and national leader on irrigation issues.
New year, new outlook
The weekend of Cinco de Mayo 2014 seemed like a good time to open a shop downtown.
New year, new life
She was late to dinner on Dec. 15, 2014. Her family gathered at her Scoon Road home waiting for her when they got a call that Heidi Slinker was involved in a two-car crash on Interstate 82, near Toppenish.
Those involved in the protest aren’t traitors. They are simply farmers looking to continue a way of life.
Residents, who expect their garbage to be picked up on Friday, will have to wait until Saturday to see their trash removed.
Volunteers share why they serve
Why do people volunteer?
Where to go, where to meet to ring in the New Year
The best place to find a place to welcome in the New Year may well be with friends and families at small home gatherings this New Year’s Eve.
Thinking of starting a new business in the New Year?
The holidays are a perfect time to stop and relax and enjoy the lights and sounds of the season.
A home on South 15th Street features a Seahawks-themed lighted display that brightens an otherwise cold winter’s night.
Local woman holds toy drive for crisis center
Santa Claus made a special stop at Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services Monday to drop off presents for children whose families received services at the local agency.
Good food, informative demonstrations and sparks from welding torches greeted those attending the Yakima Valley Technology Skills Center open house Wednesday night.
Danielle LaPierre is collecting clean used blankets and comforters for her high school senior project.
A truckload of food and frozen turkeys donated by Hanford Reservation workers arrived just in time to help fill local Christmas baskets.
The constant refrain on the radio and television advertisements, the music in shopping malls and churches about the happiness of the season reminds many people only of their personal losses.
Lower Valley families can add a new tradition to their holiday activities with a short train ride.
A local couple really know how to celebrate a wedding anniversary.
Costumes expected for Episode VII today
The Force is strong in the Lower Valley.
Ringing a bell and collecting money for a good cause during the Christmas shopping season gives one Grandview resident something to smile about.
The Lower Valley 2016 Point in Time homeless count is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church gym, 920 S. Sixth St., county homeless programs director Tim Sullivan said.
Local woman shares her collection
Collectors enjoy being surrounded by the items they spend hours researching and acquiring.
Nationally many post offices may close at noon on Christmas Eve, but that won’t be the case in the Lower Valley. All post offices will be closed on Dec. 25 and Jan. 1.
Rose Marie Wrung will close the doors on her South Sixth Street family counseling office at the end of the month after 14 years in the same location.
A robotics contest, “Nothing but Net,” featured more than 200 high school engineering competitors vying for victory in the dark Saturday when the lights went out inside the high school gym.
The halls are alive with holiday music this week at local schools.
The exact day the first holiday meal here for senior citizens has been forgotten.
With Mom and Dad, of course
After building his own drum set at the age of three, a six-year-old Sunnyside boy now plays drums in a trio with his parents.
An apron and a sun bonnet served as object lessons in the fight against evil as described in Ephesians 6:10-18.