Thanks to the efforts of the Mabton High School football coaching staff, the Vikings football program is $5,000 richer.
When longtime Sunnyside native son and lawyer Paul Hart retires at the end of May, he expects do a little traveling, visit his grandchildren, spend some time at the family cabin and maybe do a little golfing.
Buddy, my faithful Yorkie, and I are about to embark on another adventure.
“Why don’t sixth graders have sports?” is the question young reporter Savannah Mirelez asks in the latest edition of The Golden Paw, the Harrison Middle School student newspaper.
They may be unwritten, but there are definitely rules in place for attending estate and yard sales.
The aromas of barbecue and wood shavings hung in the air at the second annual Stihl and BBQ Demonstration Day held last Saturday at the ACE Hardware Store in downtown Grandview.
After a life time of serving his community, church and family, Gordon Olsen has reached a milestone few people reach.
I’m sorry, but Buddy will not be attending this year’s Lower Valley Relay for Life. The fundraising event is scheduled for next Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17.
What began as an adventure trip to Nepal this past April turned out to be more than local winemaker Kerry Shiels bargained for.
Here is a bit of unsettling news - everyone is guaranteed to experience the embarrassment of urinary incontinence sometime in their life.
Bickleton and Mabton athletes competed at last Friday’s Jeff Agar Memorial Invitational in Glenwood. Bickleton athletes had a great day while the Vikings had some difficulty.
The first time Anna Green attempted to recruit Sunnyside children to attend a mountain summer camp, she was met with a lot of resistance.
While shopping at the Sunnyside Walmart Store and hearing a call for a clean-up in the deli, don’t be surprised if the person who responds is Store Manager Amy Smart.
Yakima County Auditor Chuck Ross isn’t sure how his office can make voting any easier than it already is for Yakima County’s more than 107,000 registered voters.
Change – nobody likes it. No one is immune to it.
GRANDVIEW – Her initial reaction when asked to speak to the Grandview School Board last night, Monday, left fourth grader Kendra Candanoza speechless.
GRANDVIEW – Longtime Grandview School District volunteer Lonnie Hendrickson says he is attempting to cut back on the number of hours he donates to the Grandview School District.
A two-week trip to Southeast Asia was an eye opener for Sunnyside’s Brian Campbell, who recently traveled to Vietnam and Cambodia.
Learning takes on a different feel when a person can see up close the layers that have gone into transforming a single grain of sand into a rock the size of a child’s head.
Every year I vow I’ll do a better job of fall clean-up in my postage stamp-sized yard to make my spring cleaning easier.
GRANDVIEW - Grandview Knitting Club members aren’t ‘kidding around’ when it comes to getting ready for the 2015 Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Just three months into his new role as a U.S. Congressman, Republican Dan Newhouse admits that his learning curve in the halls of the U.S. House of Representatives is still pretty steep.
Stadium upgrade won’t be delayed to accommodate graduation ceremony
Concerns about the relocation of the 2015 Grandview High School graduation ceremony dominated discussions at last night’s Grandview School Board meeting.
After 12 years as Sunnyside Presbyterian Church’s spiritual leader, Pastor Katie Haney has announced her last sermon will be given on Sunday, June 14, to the more than 150 members of the 16th Street congregation.
A young boy’s mission to carry messages between dissatisfied English barons fighting to end the unjust treatment by the 12th century’s King John of England is the basis for a new historical children’s book, Rupert’s Parchment, A Story of Magna Carta.
Graduating from Sunnyside High School in 1995, with a two-year-old son in tow, the world must have looked pretty daunting to 18-year-old Carmen Cruz.
Dinnie Henderson, who was Santa Claus to several generations of Sunnysiders, died this past Sunday, March 29.
Just 10 months after a two-inch thick crack was found at the Wanapum Dam, repairs have been completed on the 52-year-old structure.
MABTON – Even though Nadia George has only been on the job as Mabton Police Department’s first ever office clerk for less than a month, she says the job is one she had been training for as long as she can remember.
A new Sunnyside dress shop, Grace Boutique, has opened at 422 S. Seventh St. under the management of Nuri Bahana.
The 500 block of Sunnyside’s South Sixth Street is getting another new business in April. Well, at least temporarily, according to officials with Yakima Valley Libraries.
Reading the posts on my Facebook each morning isn’t easy when Buddy wants to be first in line for a good morning belly rub.
Most people remember trying to learn yoyo tricks as a child, only to put the toy in a drawer the first time the string ended up in knots.
Stories about spider web-like dreamcatchers and the courting methods of young Native American couples were among the tales shared with Sunnyside Pioneer Elementary School third graders last Tuesday.
Côte Bonneville winemaker Kerry Shiels believes Yakima Valley wines are among the best in the world.
KENNEWICK – Earning grand prize honors at the 2015 Mid-Columbia Regional Science and Engineering Fair is “a big thing,” admits Sunnyside High School senior Payton Sample.
The weathered wooden siding of three old tenant cabins, missing shingles and scarred by torn window screens, are a reminder of the history of farm workers’ housing that once dotted Lower Valley farms.
YAKIMA – Both Bickleton and Sunnyside had first-place finishes at Saturday’s Eisenhower Jamboree, the first meet of the season for both teams.
During the peak of the Hanford Nuclear Project, before the end of World War II, more than 51,000 people lived and worked on what is now known as the Hanford Reservation.
Once known as an agency dedicated to providing health and nutritional services to pregnant and nursing mothers, Yakima Neighborhood Health Services is today so much more.
It is no coincidence that National Sleep Awareness Week ended this past Sunday - on the first day of Daylight Saving Time. That’s according to Dr. Brian Santiago, Sunnyside Community Hospital’s Sleep Center director and sleep disorder specialist.
Sunnyside City Hall accounting assistant learning to recognize local residents one account at a time
For the past year Debra Espinoza has been learning a lot about water consumption in the city of Sunnyside.
This past winter sports season 226 Sunnyside High School students engaged in athletic endeavors.
Sunnyside’s Ramon Campos has gone from rotating tires at Les Schwab Tires to scheduling patients as a receptionist for Dr. Tatiana Antoci at Sunnyside’s Lincoln Avenue Family Medical Center.
Within an area, roughly the size of Rhode Island, Yakima County Fire District #5 relies on 19 paid employees and 180 on-call volunteer firefighters to contain blazes and handle medical emergencies.
Calling all Sunnyside artists.
What is attractive and what is expedient? What appeals to me may not appeal to most others.
The history of the men and women who created a town in the middle of Central Washington sage land, as well as the first nuclear reactor plant on the Hanford Reservation is now a part of a national park system honoring the nuclear age, according to Tri-City history buff Gary Petersen.
The Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department’s summer season is shaping up to include the return of summer afternoon arts in the parks activities at Central Park.
A public hearing to take public comment regarding a proposed inclusion of the 2012 International Existing Building Code (IEBC) to Sunnyside’s existing municipal building code failed to attract any interested citizens at the Tuesday night hearing.