It’s too cold to go outside.
Area '12th Man' ready for Wildcard Weekend
The “Hawk house” will be lit up like Christmas when the Seattle Seahawks and the Detroit Lions face off Saturday in the opening round of NFL playoffs.
Woman honors daughter’s memory
Collections are created for all kinds of reasons.
More than 500 exhibits are expected
The eighth annual Yakima Valley Ag Expo opened this morning and continues through tomorrow at the Yakima Valley SunDome.
New shows opening this month
What better way to start off the new year for inspiration than to visit local art galleries?
Red Cross offers suggestions during outages
With the wind chill factor expected to remain in the sub-zero range, safety is a necessity when it comes to keeping warm.
Agencies ready with housing options
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinics, Northwest Community Action Center (NCAC) and Neighborhood Health Services are cooperating to house the homeless during the current bone-chilling weather.
A local couple can claim the bragging rights to having the first baby of 2017 born in the Lower Yakima Valley.
New year’s shooting hits window
New Year’s morning gunfire hit a local home.
The youngster competed in Las Vegas
Alysianna Aguirre, 5, participated in several pageants in recent weeks, her mother Janet Aguirre said.
If going out on New Year’s Eve is not really your thing, consider frequenting your favorite sports bar to watch the fourth-ranked University of Washington Huskies in the Peach Bowl Saturday as they face-off against top-ranked Alabama at noon.
Organizations are beginning to see stabilization
After years of see-saw funding, officials with non-profit organizations said they are beginning to see stabilization in their ability to provide services.
Reading about the teaching profession often comes in the form of technical jargon that only the academics like to read.
The holiday may be over, but the need for extra food hasn’t gone away among the needy in the Yakima Valley, as local food bank directors can attest.
Everything from board games to dancing
New Year’s Eve will be celebrated in all kinds of ways in the Lower Yakima Valley.
The building at 823 Park Ave., is fairly humming with activity during the Christmas break.
Born at Sunnyside Community Hospital late in the evening, this year’s Christmas baby was in no hurry to make her appearance.
Evergreens laid at headstones of veterans
Ribbon-festooned evergreen wreaths may have arrived late, but the Wreaths Across America project is now complete in town.
With winter officially here and Christmas over, it’s time to begin thinking about how to enjoy the coming weeks.
The test kitchens at Pillsbury have done it again.
Trying to shop last minute for members of your family can be a head-scratching dilemma with Christmas less than two days away.
She has been working on her homeless project for several years.
Local churches offer Christmas message
During the holiday season, families gather to observe candlelight and special Sunday morning services at their respective churches.
Churches, golfers, police unite in event
The police conference room, looked more like one of Santa’s workshop yesterday morning.
Enjoy your neighbors' light shows
Nothing says the holidays like brightly lit yards filled with angels, Santa Claus, nativity scenes and snowmen.
Sunnyside delays wreath ceremony
Five hundred Lower Yakima Valley veterans had their graves honored Saturday during the annual Wreaths Across America event.
Handmade toys distributed Saturday
A lot of Santa Clauses are happy to listen to children’s Christmas wishes and send them on their way with a candy cane or a color book.
Suggestions sought for displays
Get your thermos of hot cocoa, blanket and meet friends and neighbors for a bus tour of Christmas light displays scattered throughout the community.
Program to help long-haul truck drivers
A conversation with a former student has led a local business woman’s latest endeavor.
Area groups are quickly turning into Santa’s helpers to provide a happier holiday for the less fortunate.
Some children request needed necessities
Some letters stood out in stark contrast to the hundreds of others submitted to the annual Letters to Santa promotion at The Daily Sun.
When he retired over a year ago, he knew he would need something to keep himself busy.
Pre-school collects pet supplies
It was a sad day for Mary Schlenker when her 12-year-old miniature schnauzer died.
Adventures mixed with stories of faith
She used mountain climbing as the metaphor into her life’s story.
Proceeds to benefit local dog park
Playing Santa to area canines means being patient and not afraid of dogs.
She remembers everyone being home for dinner when word came that Pearl Harbor was been attacked.
Last weekend to see stage version
If you can get the tickets, you really should go see Valley Theater Company’s production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas.
He kept a promise to his father and made one to his bride-to-be before thousands of people Saturday night.
A coast drive for the homeless is under way at the local branch of Columbia Bank.
With an estimated 50,000 lights just on the Burrows Tractor New Holland Harvester, a local dealership, took sweepstakes in Saturday night’s 28th annual Sunnyside Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
The perfect treat for the holidays or any special occasion can be found by purchasing a locally produced product, Chukar Cherries. Amaze your visitors with Cherry Bliss Bars.
Depression is Christmas open house theme
While leaders promised “a chicken in every pot” during the Great Depression of 1930s, not everyone had a pot.
One of the most anticipated festivals weekend of the year approaches.
A Sunnyside native came to church Sunday dressed in Cambodia dress to plead her case for support of her international humanitarian mission.
The sound of children singing carols around the holidays is sure to get even the meanest scrooge in the mode for the season.
The total cost for the new track is $1,600
Dakota Garcia is very serious when it comes to describing his Pinewood Derby cars.
Music and dance were just some of the highlights at the Sunn Valley Music Teachers’ annual Ribbon Festival recently.
Thanksgiving is over.
Keep an eye out for sightings in the lower valley
It was Jaden Herrera’s first time seeing Santa but, unlike many young children his age, he wasn’t afraid of the man in red.
Festival marks official opening of Christmas
The bronze statue of Richard Gay located at the Prosser Train Depot will have company Sunday afternoon.