A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
Miss Grandview Candidate
With desire to help people, this Miss Grandview candidate is setting her sights on attending Washington State University.
The 10th annual Grape to Glass Gala — A Winemaker’s Dinner is from 6-10 p.m. May 13 at Grandview Activity Center, 401 W. Second St.
Jewelry designs will be the topic when Nouvella Club meets at noon Thursday, at Snipes Mountain Brewery and Restaurant, 905 Yakima Valley Highway.
Yakima Valley College’s Philosophy Club, in partnership with the Art Club and the Larson Gallery, present Matthew Altman who will lecture at 6 p.m. Thursday.
The work of Aldo Leopold will be featured at an Earth Fest from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, in Hopf Union Building on the Yakima campus of Yakima Valley College.
Five Mustang boys, two girls win events
Four Central Washington Athletic Conference track and field teams competed at Art Fiker Stadium yesterday — the Mustangs, Grandview, Selah and Ellensburg.
A fish separator system at the Little Goose Lock and Dam Juvenile Fish Facility became plugged and overflowed because of abnormally high seasonal debris from the lower Snake River on Tuesday.
A Grizzlies soccer player has been named Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Athlete of the Week.
The Community Center now has special open gym hours for people 18 and older, as well as those who are 30 and older.
It’s time to register for the annual Sage Rat Run.
The Tri-Cities Figure Skating Club is hosting a U.S. Figure Skating-sanctioned Learn to Skate competition 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow.
There will be two free days at state parks this month.
Greyhounds girls win first match of season
Grandview’s boys tennis team defeated the Wildcats, 4-1, improving its record to 1-1 in conference action, 4-2 overall.
Eight girls vie for title
Eight candidates will be competing for the title of Miss Grandview 2017 during a pageant at 7 p.m. Saturday in Grandview Middle School, 1401 W. Second St.
‘The Lorax’ will be presented in Prosser, too
Two Easter Egg hunts are planned for Saturday and both have unique features — one includes a movie and other features a breakfast.
Grandview Public Works and Parks and Recreation crews are busy this week with upgrades at the city pool.
Program to teach survival, defense skills
So-called doomsday preppers are expected to return to the area May 6 to put on the 2017 Northwest Preparedness Expo.
Social media comments prompt action
A week-old online petition seems to be gaining support in its effort to protect children.