Congressman concerned about security
The local Congressman is still in shock over a shooting rampage yesterday that critically wounded a colleague.
Fire partially destroys home
The Red Cross is helping a local family after their home was partially destroyed by a fire yesterday.
Sunnyside musicians, singers and dancers wait for their turn to go on stage yesterday morning during the Pioneer Elementary School “All School Talent Show.”
They’ll be allowed, but with a catch
Personal fireworks will still be permitted in the city limits.
Woman filed guilty plea last month
Sentencing will be delayed for a former Housel Middle School teacher.
The Daily Sun is looking for a managing editor who can lead our staff into the new media era through a mix of traditional news, social media and internet skills.
Bill Michener came from a small family, as did his wife, Julie.
Motorists may experience travel delays westbound on Interstate 90 this week between the summit of Snoqualmie Pass and North Bend.
Teams open season
Race No. 4 of the Tri-City Kart Club is set for noon Saturday at the Horn Rapids Kart Track, 3234 Twin Bridges Road.
Mid Columbia Libraries is hosting a glow hike at Trailhead Park, 525 Queensgate Drive, 8:30-9:30 p.m. Friday.
Hope in the Vineyard 5k hosted by Hedges Family Estate is planned for 9 a.m. Saturday.
Readers can make their own book
Young readers can continue to hone their comprehension skills over the next two weeks with “Jim the Wonder Dog.”
Vendors to serve food and sell novelties are being sought for the annual Sunnyside Lions Clubs Independence Day celebration from 6:30 p.m. until after the fireworks show July 4, at the Clem Senn Football Stadium.
PEO Chapter AU has presented its $2,500 Star Scholarship to Grandview High School graduate Alondra Perez.
The Pioneer Elementary School Marimba Club performs for classmates Wednesday as a part of the all-school talent show.
Debating whether it was wrong for President Trump to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord negotiations is never ending.
I’ve been doing a little writing for a blog group a niece of mine started recently. The theme for June is summer fun.
Wow — $16,000 for student medical scholarships raised by Charlene Maling and all her volunteer women and men managing the Sunnyside Community Hospital gift shop, part of the hospital auxiliary’s projects of community support.
What a wonderful vision the Port of Sunnyside has for our city.
With summer here it’s time to enjoy swimming with the grandkids, but you need to be aware of two rare and silent killers called dry drowning and delayed drowning.
As a subscriber of The Daily Sun, I look forward to two papers every year the most — the babies edition and the Top 5 percent graduates.