Students recall years at former school building
The School Board has done its walk through of the brand new Washington Elementary school, which will open to students Sept. 6
The idea of going into business has long been a dream of friends and now business partners Lori Roy and Carrie Wright.
Parades, early mornings, new business ribbon cuttings and the list of duties undertaken by the 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside Court goes on.
Students begin classes tomorrow
When the bell rings tomorrow signaling the start of the new school year, 18 new teachers will greet students.
More veterans’ names have been added to the granite walls at the Jerry Taylor Veterans Plaza, said the founder and architect of the one-of-a-kind memorial.
The opportunity to meet new people and learn about neighboring communities is the motivator for this Miss Sunnyside candidate.
Movie night a prelude to museum tours
By yesterday afternoon, organizers of last night’s “Movie at the Museum” knew at least 90 people might show up for the featured film.
Author tells of life under the Nazi regime
World War II was over and the Fokke and Antje Boersma family had emigrated to the U.S. to escape worn-torn Europe.
It time for the Benton-Franklin Fair and Horse Heaven Round-up Rodeo.
Glass insulator collectors share hobby
As soon as electricity was discovered to be a power source, man has tried to harness it.
A total of 86 classics took part in the 11th Annual Grandview Chamber of Commerce Car Show on Saturday in Grandview Country Park.
We ‘transform’ lives every day
The Library is now part of Libraries Transform, a public awareness and advocacy campaign about what libraries and librarians do for and with people.
Critter Tales draws entries from all ages
The winners of the Decorated Critter and Critter Tale contests saw the Lower Valley Knitting Club’s peacock as the first-place winner in the senior division of the Foundation for the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
The Miss Sunnyside Pageant is not the first gala for this candidate.
Library seeks more locals to share stories
The life of an early Yakima Valley disc jockey is one of the individuals featured in the new public exhibition now on display at the Community Library, 621 Grant Ave.
Thousands without power for 4 hours
One curious squirrel knocked out power to 6,389 local customers for more than four hours today.
This time last year, the trellised garden in her backyard was buckling under the weight of growing produce.
She splits time between home and Nashville
Singer songwriter Sami Jo Sartin will be performing, along with The AKA Band, in the season finale of Tuesday Tunes.
Tea is for teachers, may have been the theme for Tuesday’s Lower Valley Christian Women’s meeting, but trust and faith was the real message.
Behind the scenes at the fair
The Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo opens today with a flag raising and will close with a bang following the Saturday night Pro-West Rodeo.
When the contractors working on Doug Mayo’s South Wenas Road property said he found some large bones, he asked Mayo what to do.
Former depot converted to tasting room
The Côte Bonneville Winery tasting room has been closed since February for a complete facelift.
Beautification awards posted
The first city beautification awards were distributed last week, much to the delight of city Mayor Charles Wheaton.
Honeyford to introduce legislation
What do zebra and quagga mussels have to do with Central Washington waterways?
Memorial service set for Wednesday
Kind and gentle are two words which most used to describe a beloved Sunnyside School District security officer Fidel Partida.
The giant red barn on Bishop Road holds special meaning to one Miss Sunnyside candidate.
Mike and Frank want your junk
Have you got a shed or barn filled with collections of rusty old stuff?
7-month old program shows promise
A local children’s choir wowed the audiences gathered for Tuesday Tunes at the Centennial Square bandstand.
Bill’s Berry Farm’s peach pies will shine at this year’s event
Eight years ago when Bill and Julie Michener decided to open Bill’s Berry Farm, they began planning a signature event — a summer peach festival.
Sunnyside is company’s fourth store
There hasn’t been a full service medical supply business in town since 2010.
Accidental poisoning is the number one cause of accidental death in the United States, national studies show.
From bucking broncos to little girls’ sewing projects, the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo offers something for everyone.
Family and friends honor former teacher
The testimonies told on the occasion of his birthday filled an hour of celebration for a popular local Prosser man.
Growing up on a farm, this Miss Sunnyside candidate wants to share her love of animals.
Red Cross drives continue locally
He started donating his blood more than 20 years ago.
Director Julie Trumble is excited to begin rehearsals for the Over the Hill Theatricals production of the children’s classic Sleeping Beauty.
The Prosser Conservatory of Theatre for Children will present two performances of The Princess King tonight at 7 p.m. and tomorrow at 1 p.m.
Polaris 4x4 all-terrain vehicle is grand prize
As soon as the last ticket was sold, the winning ticket for the 2016 Sunnyside Noon Rotary Club and Swim Team Raffle was drawn last night.
Dance Factory takes the fair park stage
A new lower valley dance group will stage its first public performance during the annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, Aug. 10-13.
Dairymen say rules are too expensive
State Department of Ecology officials will hear from area dairymen tonight on the agency’s proposal to require new permits for manure lagoons beginning next year.
Former student excited to share old class photos
She was lucky enough to attend Outlook school for five years back in the early 1950s.
Baking cupcakes and photographing friends are two of this Miss Sunnyside candidate’s hobbies.
From kennels to styling chair
Once a sober looking pet clinic, the building at 107 Zillah Ave. has undergone a total makeover.
It was a day to celebrate a birthday of a favored elder at his home.
Lieutenant governor hopeful trying to attract primary support
A Friday meeting with the local Republican Club turned into a tour of a local dairy and hop field for lieutenant governor hopeful Javier Figueroa.
Model A cars traveled the back roads on a short trip to Granger yesterday.
Described as a time to get out and visit with neighbors, National Night Out will be observed Aug. 2 in the Lower Yakima Valley.
Volunteers offer camping aids
There are 10 items everyone needs to pack when headed on a camping trip to the mountains.
Most people think of the Washington State University Extension program as it relates to Master Gardener programs or youth organizations, such as 4-H.
Most anything that will hold dirt and water can be transformed into a container garden.