Wanting others to understand “...what it’s really like living in Sunnyside,” Mickayla Wert decided to compete for the 2014-15 Miss Sunnyside title.
The old days of keeping library conversations to a whisper are a thing of the past at Harrison Middle School.
Sunnyside’s municipal swimming pool accommodated more people this past summer than was anticipated.
The Sunnyside High School volleyball team was unable to secure a win this past Saturday at the Yakima Valley SunDome Festival.
Helping members of the community, interacting with a variety of individuals and working towards the goal of seeing people enjoy healthy lifestyles makes Nathan Marchello’s job enjoyable.
GRANDVIEW – With just one senior on its roster this season, the Grandview High School girls soccer team is undeniably young.
GRANGER – It took two overtimes to decide the final outcome of the non-league match-up between 2B Mabton and host 1A Granger this past Friday.
Two of the discussions at the Mabton School Board study session last night (Thursday) centered around professional development and working toward the goals set out in the district’s strategic plan.
Madison Marro is no stranger to the Miss Sunnyside program, having had two sisters compete for titles. Older sister Josie was a member of the 2012-13 court.
The Mabton High School girls soccer team last night struggled with communication, missing connections between its midfielders and forwards.