Among the discussion items at last Monday night’s Sunnyside School Board meeting was the career and technical education programs at Sunnyside High School.
There is nothing more frustrating than needing a part and not being able to find it at a local business, whether that part is for a piece of farm equipment, a semi-tractor or a passenger vehicle.
“We thought this game would have been much more competitive,” Sunnyside Christian girls basketball coach Al Smeenk said of last Saturday’s 1B Regional play-in game against the Nasalle Comets.
The good news is that the Sunnyside RadioShack is not among the 25 Washington state stores slated for possible closure.
Creating a Broadway-worthy costume is not as easy as one might think, especially if the costume is a period piece.
Of the four Mabton boys to compete in the B State tournament this past weekend, it was Gabriel Mireles who fought his way to a fourth-place medal.
GRANDVIEW – Students at Grandview High School appreciate the opportunities provided via career and technical education programs there.
A week after the special election, the results are looking more positive for Grandview’s capital improvements levy, while Bickleton’s three-year maintenance and operations levy faltered slightly, but is still passing with more than 76 percent of the vote.
Although the final 91-60 score doesn’t look like the Sunnyside boys fared very well last Friday against Wenatchee, Coach Geoff LaBrant said there were small victories in the team’s final game of the 2014-15 campaign.
SPOKANE – Four Mabton wrestlers competed this past weekend at Regionals in Spokane and all four will be competing this coming Friday and Saturday at the Tacoma Dome in the annual Mat Classic.