Yesterday’s sunshine was greeted warmly by the 18 girls high school golf teams competing in the Lee Dolquist Memorial Girls Golf Tournament. It was “…a good day for golf,” according to Grandview Coach Glenn Braman.
Soccer matches being organized for special needs athletes
GRANDVIEW – They aren’t your stereotypical varsity athletes, but they are unique and are being recognized by four schools, being provided the opportunity to compete in soccer.
GRANDVIEW – Although the Grandview municipal pool itself will not receive an immediate upgrade, the Grandview Pool Committee last night presented to the city council a proposal that provides hope for the future of the facilities.
GRANDVIEW – The city of Grandview has found a new home for its museum.
GRANDVIEW - Anyone caring for a loved one or an individual who has limited mobility, someone who is unable to do certain things for themselves, is a caregiver.
A recent computer purchase has me both perplexed and happy with the changes in technology.
The Sunnyside Christian fastpitch team yesterday opened its season with a non-league doubleheader against Tri-Cities Prep.
In a presentation provided to the Mabton School Board last night, Mabton High School Principal Caleb Oten and Artz-Fox Elementary School Assistant Principal Sue Sartain highlighted the positive impact of the district’s school resource officer.
The Mabton School District for several years has relied upon ERATE funding to pay 90 percent of its technology bills.
WENATCHEE – The Sunnyside High School boys golf team traveled to the Wenatchee Country Club for its first league match yesterday.