Burgerville opens April 29
A love story about a fry cook and a dental hygienist student is featured in Grandview High School Drama Club’s spring musical, Burgerville.
Local club focuses on safety
The Sierra Vista Middle School Prevention Club took lunch time to promote traffic safety Wednesday.
Residents may see return to tap water Tuesday
Residents may know as soon as Monday if the state will lift its boil order for city water.
After searching for a church for several years, a pastor found his new home at the local Presbyterian Church.
Party theme of creativity and lots of duct tape
It only takes a little imagination and some duct tape to create a 3-year-old party worthy of a pirate’s bounty.
Health officials plan to answer questions
The city is planning a town hall meeting at 6 tonight to openly discuss the current water situation.
Officials: Boil water before drinking
Officials confirmed this morning that all city water should be boiled due to E. coli.
Owner unsure where new path will lead
Change, as they say, is constant.
To help wine enthusiasts get the most out of the region’s spring salute to the wine industry, two barrel tasting weekend events are planned this year.
A handful of rehearsals remain before the cast of The Princess with No Name takes the stage for the first of three performances.
Ready for open house, asparagus fest
The city’s remodeled museum is drawing a lot of “ooohs” and “ahhs” from visitors.
Local hop plant exports across the globe
Beer drinkers around the world can thank Yakima Valley hop growers for the flavoring in their beverage.
The relationship between bees, flowers and thriving was the theme of yesterday’s Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection meeting.
From mission work in Guatemala to singing with her church worship team, the next Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador is ready to serve.
Mabton High School student serious about city clean-up
Taken from newspaper headlines, the heroes and villains of the 2014 Carlton Complex wildfire are immortalized in a new publication.
It’s extremely hard to keep one’s toes from tapping when Gary Malner of Yakima fires up his accordion.
Funding means 300 more hot meals a day
Four days a week, they gather for a hot meal and a little social time.
Grande quesadillas with chili chipotle flavored grilled chicken is as mouth-watering as it sounds and it is a favorite of many shoppers at Pasco Flea Market.
While most area children were busy deciding what to do on their spring break, a group of young girls decided to raise cancer awareness.
The Horse Heavens Hills has long been known for its lush wheat land attracting pioneers to the high dry plateau.
City’s newest rig on a side trip
The city’s new ladder truck could arrive in town as soon as next week.
Six local homeowners will see their houses receive a fresh coat of paint April 16 during volunteer work parties.
Sunnyside man lauded for helping others
A local man is being recognized for service to others above and beyond the call of duty.
Event attracts visitors to local tasting rooms
Slow evenings in year-round tasting rooms have led to a new creative outlet for area winery staff and customers alike.
Author searching for European travel buddies
The story of a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Europe is the topic of a writer’s latest book.
Built in the shape of a wagon wheel, the Alder Creek Pioneer Carousel Museum opens its 2016 season tomorrow.
A 6,000-pound block of stone is evoking an emotional response from a Sunnyside family.
Freshman enlists friends to feed others
Knowing some students might not have enough food to eat during spring break, one student is on a mission to make sure there is extra food in their cupboards.
After three decades, the Pontin family continues to work on improving the vintages bearing the family name.
April is Sexual Awareness Month
Men wearing high heels will walk the Lower Yakima Valley Pathway April 15 to protest violence against women.
A former Sunnyside resident living in Belgium is dealing with the aftermath of the world’s most recent terrorist attack.
Local center means less travel for patients
Thanks to the opening of Sunnyside Community Hospital’s new cancer center, Lower Valley patients will have a shorter distance to travel to receive life-saving treatments.
Relay for Life event to be held May 14-15 at Sierra Vista
Each year the opening lap of the Relay for Life is reserved for those people who have beat the odds of dying from cancer.
Saturday is the typical day for Easter egg hunts, and this year Lower Valley residents have three large community events from which to choose.
Lower Valley churches are planning special events leading up to Easter Sunday, March 27.
Fried plantains easy to make
Ripe plantains are sometime mistaken for bananas at grocery store produce stands.
Fairgrounds to add northern parking area
When the annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo rolls around in August, the cowgirls and cowboys will have more space to park their trucks and horse trailers.
A popular television jingle, “The thing about change is that it is constantly changing,” is certainly true for a mom and pop winery on Chaffee road.
Her farm is about more than carrots and squash
Learning to be a farmer has been a nine-year process for a woman who admits she was only partially prepared.
A family tradition is moving into its second generation for a downtown business.
Cancer for College benefits from UW alumni
Calling all University of Washington alumni.
Kilians, Friend receive Volunteers of Year honors
After more than 27 years promoting and judging Sunnyside’s winter parade, three volunteers received a “pat on the back” during Saturday’s Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Sunnyside awards dinner.
Classes are paying off for a Zillah dancer after studying ballet for nearly 10 years.
Veterans, youth to benefit from donations
The American Legion’s Fred E. Hayes Post 57 collected more than $2,200 during its fourth annual Penny-a-Day campaign.
Lower Valley options for St. Paddy’s day
So where can Irish “wannabes” go for a nice St. Patrick’s Day meal tomorrow?
Tips for making a perfect cup of coffee, old-fashioned gospel music and the use of a foolproof GPS system were part of the program at Tuesday’s Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connect meeting.
A new advertising consultant has joined the Daily Sun News staff.
The family of the late Jim Trull was on hand Monday to see the start of a legacy project in his honor.
With the annual community awards banquet just 12 days away, Chamber of Commerce volunteers are already looking ahead to the next big community event – Cinco de Mayo.