GRANDVIEW – Safe, warm and thankful…that’s how Mary Williams and her daughter, Barbara Williams, feel about their newly renovated three-bedroom home.
Choosing friends who won’t hold you back one of the keys to success
GRANDVIEW – It can be hard to keep the attention of 800 middle school students, but Pastor Micahn Carter managed the feat during an assembly at Grandview Middle School this past Tuesday.
Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center
During its last meeting of 2014, Sunnyside United’s board learned there are concerns aplenty about marijuana edibles and renewed a push for community input.
GRANDVIEW – Police in Grandview arrested a juvenile after being alerted to an alleged assault yesterday morning in the 1700 block of West King Street.
Steve will have Thanksgiving dinner over at Doc’s and Mrs. Doc’s this year, and any number of his friends are grateful for that. Steve is one heckuva cowboy and trainer of young colts, and a good friend to all, but he’d never make it as a dinner host.
Sunnyside Community Garden has ended its first season and it was a success!
The autumn dark is lengthening, which means the English-speaking, Judeo-Christian holiday season is about to split open wider than a crocodile mouth at the bottom of a baby duckling water slide.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
Some wear the title of “Christian” as a badge of honor, others wear it as a shield and a few live their lives as an example without boasting.
The recent spate of house fires we’ve had in the Lower Valley stirs memories of an experience Joni and I had one winter while living in South Cle Elum.
A prairie farmer appeared at a bank asking for a loan of one dollar. He acknowledged that it was customary to provide collateral for any loan and produced a ten thousand dollar saving bond.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is asking for feedback on its annual list of future transportation projects, including several that impact residents of the Lower Valley.
WALLA WALLA – Mark Brown and Gary Hemenway will perform on dual grand pianos on Friday, Dec. 19. The “Holidays in Ivory” concert is a benefit for Friends of Children of Walla Walla.
YAKIMA – The Harman Senior Center in Yakima is hosting a special breakfast with Santa event from 8 to 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6.