Wreath of Remembrance

American Legion Post No. 73 member Larry Helberg carries out the honor of commemorating the 2,403 Americans who perished at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 during a program at the Jerry Taylor Veterans Plaza on Friday. Read more...

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Wreath of Remembrance

American Legion Post No. 73 member Larry Helberg carries out the honor of commemorating the 2,403 Americans who perished at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 during a program at the Jerry Taylor Veterans Plaza on Friday.

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Wise and warm owl

An owl takes refuge from cold temperatures and perches in the eve of a roof on the 900 block of Decatur Avenue in Sunnyside.

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Sharing secrets

Evey Condie, 5, shares a secret or two with Mrs. Claus during Saturday morning Cookies with Mrs. Claus at the Sunnyside High School.

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Sports

  

Granger girls defeat Toppenish

In a non-league match-up between the 1A Spartans girls basketball team and the 2A Toppenish Wildcats, Granger came out on top, 56-44.

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Wreath of Remembrance

American Legion Post No. 73 member Larry Helberg carries out the honor of commemorating the 2,403 Americans who perished at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 during a program at the Jerry Taylor Veterans Plaza on Friday.

December 7, 2018 noon read more..
  

Featured photo gallery: Sunnyside's 30th annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade

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Opinion

 

Embrace the ‘Sun’

In May 1901 the Sunnyside Sun published for the first time. At that time Sunnyside wasn’t yet a city and wouldn’t be incorporated until September of 1902.

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Here comes the Sun

The Sunnyside Sun is a community-first and independently owned newspaper, focused on making a positive difference for residents in the Lower Valley. We are your hometown news source and are committed to cultivating an innate relationship that an audience can count on to call their own.

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