Known locally as the Marquez barn, the stately old hayloft, overlooking the valley, has been featured in tourism materials for the past 30 years.
Sunnyside recycle bins at 409 S. Fourth St.
Signs are up, directing recyclers where to access the city’s recycling bins.
Latin pop dance music will be the background for a fundraiser to help a local family with medical expenses.
The family of Arab Christians living in Israel routinely travel to Sunnyside to raise money for an orphans aid foundation.
Gaming world fad goes local
It’s a craze in the gaming world like the world has never seen.
Sunrise relocates to Ninth Street
Sunrise Outreach Center community food bank volunteers expect to be ready tomorrow to handle distribution of food at its new location at 529 S. Ninth St.
Elementary students are learning about their state’s history in addition to improving their math and reading skills this summer.
Egley’s angling to attract after work crowd
A local bar’s new management is hoping to create a new image.
His friends are gathering to give back to a young man whose family have been ardent volunteers in the community.
The regional medical community has grown by two with the recent graduation of two local residents.
As the youngest of six children, she has always felt loved and secure within her family environment.
Huddled around a large bin of water, children counted off the number of pennies placed on a piece of sponge craft material.
Enhancing reading skills is program goal
Following an afternoon of swimming in the local pool, local libraries offer another option for keeping cool this summer.
Cleaning out 100 of years’ worth of family treasures at the local museum is like being on an archeological dig site.
Valley Theatre’s version of the Broadway Tony Awards saw Naomi Alhadeff, named best actress at a red-carpet event at the Princess Theatre June 25.
Family business moves four doors down
The family-owned Robinson Licensing on Decatur Avenue has a new look and new location.
They can be seen at nearly every parade in the Lower Yakima Valley.
Pyrotechnician has four local shows tonight
The thrill of blowing up rockets and starbursts runs in Milt Brown’s blood.
New flags to grace city streets
This year, thanks to the efforts of firemen and donations from local businessmen David Humpherys and Tim Morris, more than 100 flags will line the South Sixth Street and East Edison Avenue, from the center of town to Yakima Valley Highway.
Application packets for Prosser girls seeking the Little Miss Prosser title are now available.
Area’s July 4 activities abound
The July 4 weekend is shaping up to be fun-filled and colorful in the Lower Yakima Valley.
A pageant to raise awareness and cash for a two-year-old Sunnyside toddler’s medical plight is planned Saturday.
Sisters provide role models
Born of migrant workers, the Ramos’ 10 children learned early their parents wanted a better life for each of them.
Finding training or even employment for disabled individuals is the mission of SEEDS.
Good wine, casual atmosphere and pet friendly are just some of the hallmarks of Two Mountain Winery.
It was both a happy and sad occasion for parishioners when the joint congregations of the First Christian and the New Life churches met Sunday.
Event raises more than $18,000
Saturday’s second Summer Ale Fest was a night for enjoying local microbrews and wines.
If selected as the next Miss Sunnyside, one candidate will promote Special Olympics as her community service project.
Festivities continue this weekend
This morning’s grand re-opening ribbon cutting nearly ended before it began.
Organizers expect more than 700
More than 700 logo-embossed pint glasses are on hand for tomorrow’s second Summer Ale Fest.
Lower Valley Evergreen Girl State delegates are still unpacking from their experiences at the 70th annual political boot camp last week.
Young artists create fair promotion
A writing assignment for Tanya Weron’s Washington Elementary School classroom became entries for Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo’s “Critter Tale” contest.
No evidence of crash found
Police today were looking for a bicyclist who was thought to have been struck by a motor vehicle.
Combining popular characters from the classic Dr. Seuss stories is the foundation for Seussical the Musical.
A love of animals and a desire to make the most of her education are driving forces in the life of this Miss Sunnyside candidate.
Woman uses ventriloquism to share message
Recovering from a near fatal automobile accident in the late 1960s, Faye Pruitt found that her faith needed help to bring her back from despair.
In an effort to give local artists an opportunity for more exposure, the city’s Arts Commission has launched what it hopes will be a rolling art show.
Community Days starts tonight
Start tomorrow morning with a fireman’s style breakfast and a parade through the streets of town.
Activities abound this weekend
Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-50s to high 70s, making it a perfect weekend to cruise the valley with dear old dad.
Don your kilts in the family plaid and tartan and head to the highlands of Prosser for the annual Scottish Fest and Highland Games this weekend.
The Arboretum is offering valley gardeners two chances to peep over the garden wall as part of its 2016 Garden Tour.
After years of participating on the Sunnyside Rotary Swim Team, this Miss Sunnyside candidate feels strongly about promoting water safety.
Competition could replace Wine and Food Fair
The city’s first barbecue competition hosted by wineries might just be a new tradition.
It’s here. Author Tami J. Whitmore has just announced the release of her fifth book, Squirrel Eggs and Popcorn Trees, published on Create Space, and available on Amazon.com.
The High School’s class of 2016 will accept diplomas Saturday to mark the completion of 13 years of school.
Bickleton-area picnic, rodeo celebrating pioneer history
The high plains timberline setting is considered by many to be the prettiest place in the region for a community picnic.
Free fishing weekend starts Saturday
With a free-fishing weekend on the horizon, the Noon Rotary Club hosted a fish biologist at its Monday meeting.
Sports collector, Ali both at 1980 Democratic Convention
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s death last week sparked a memory for one local man.
Housing official grew up in former barracks
Friday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony for Rainier Park was a homecoming for one participant.
Sunnyside celebrates biggest class
The high school’s biggest graduating class joined others around the Lower Yakima Valley in saying goodbye Friday and Saturday.