Torchlight parade begins at 6 p.m.
A childhood board game was the inspiration for the 2017 Sunnyside Community Float, which will make its maiden trip before the hometown crowd at 6 p.m. Thursday.
A Sunnyside lawmaker’s resolution honoring the Civil Air Patrol passed the Senate last week.
On April 22, we observe Earth Day, a worldwide event focusing on protecting the environment.
Spring crowds encouraged to shop awhile
New tourist attractions are popping up around the Lower Yakima Valley that may at first seem like ‘just another flea market.”
Remodeling and expansion of the Sunnyside WorkSource offices are set to begin May 1 and ending June 30, local program director Teresa Sparks announced.
Reno World Championship wrestlers runner-up, front, Dalilah Torres and, back left to right, fourth-place finisher Lourdes Torres, champion Aylin Bautista and runner-up Margarita Torres pose with their trophies from the Reno World Championships.
Three students finish in Top 12 at state shoot
Three Whitstran Elementary School’s fourth- and fifth-grade archers are heading to the National Archery School Program competition.
The federal Bureau of Land Management has opened all the campsites at its Big Pines recreation site in Yakima River Canyon.
Local Rotarians are raising funds for the summer swim team.
Irma Barajas cooks authentic meat cuisine
Irma Barajas’ family loves her version of meat enchilada very different than most dishes that name.
A new cancer support group is now meeting the third month of each month in the offices of Nuestra Casa, 906 E. Edison Ave.
Area high school girls entering their junior year are being sought to as candidates for the 2018 Miss Sunnyside Court.
The Yakima Valley is blessed with two free Carnegie Libraries which have served communities for 110 years.
“Do your job” is heard from corporate boardrooms to family farms to successful sports teams. It’s both a rallying cry and a nod to individual accountability.
Congressman Dan Newhouse and I don’t always have the same political opinions.
With the Legislature scheduled to adjourn Sine Die a week from Sunday, lawmakers still have two major topics to tackle — the state Supreme Court’s Hirst decision and the biennial budget.
I really enjoy reading The Daily Sun.
American entrepreneurs’ ability to invent, create and bring products and services to market makes our nation great. Their success generates the tax revenue which fund our schools and puts people to work.
I know an 8-year-old boy who likes all sorts of reptiles. There is, however, one particular stuffed snake that collects dust in the corner of the toy room.