The Sunnyside Arts Commission is calling on all local high school and college artists, seeking works for its summer student art show.
Park usage fees at Mt. Rainier National Park will increase beginning today (Friday), having been approved last year.
YAKIMA – The Yakima Area Arboretum is sponsoring its annual garden tour, featuring gardens throughout the Yakima area.
PASCO – It’s been talked about for years and is now finally coming to pass. Gospel music legends Mark Lowry and The Martins are on the road together.
PROSSER – Valley Theater Company will conduct open auditions for its summer show, “Mixed Nuts,” on Sunday, May 31, and Monday, June 1, at the Princess Theatre, located at 1228 Meade Ave. in Prosser. Auditions will begin at 6:30 p.m. both days.
GRANDVIEW – Sunny Acres Ranch near Grandview is hosting a special class for horse lovers on Saturday, June 6.
Nouvella Club members Peggy Romfo (L) and Letha Grubb (R) presented $500 scholarships to (L-R) Hanna Peters of Prosser High School, Annie Brouwer of Sunnyside Christian High School, Payton Sample of Sunnyside High School and Cheree LaPierre of Sunnyside High School at Thursday’s club luncheon.
Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Coordinator Megan Razey said she has been busily planning a number of activities for the summer months.
Shalom check, interactive gratitude and iSight are just some of the new terms readers will encounter in the pages of Joyful Journey, Listening to Immanuel.
If the Sunnyside girls 4x200 relay team doesn’t qualify for the 4A State track and field meet tomorrow, the weather might legitimately get some of the blame.
Meandering its way up and down the streets of Sunnyside, the inaugural Fallen Heroes 5K will be held Saturday, July 4.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
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On May 25th, our nation observes Memorial Day. While many may take the opportunity of a long weekend to barbeque, enjoy time in the company of friends and celebrate the arrival of summer, I hope Americans remember the true meaning of this day.
Groups across the Lower Valley received more than $900,000 from Legends Casino as part of its annual Yakama Cares and Community Impact Fund programs.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center