Celebrating Thanksgiving with games, raffles and a lot of pumpkin pie was the theme for the annual Grandview senior citizens celebration held last Wednesday at the Grandview Community Center on Wallace Way.
Kelly Story of Sunnyside was one of 100 finalists from across the country who qualified for an all-expenses-paid trip to Las Vegas to compete at the 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest earlier this week.
Handcrafted gift items made by women of the church and friends will be on sale at the annual Sunnyside Holy Trinity Episcopal Church bazaar scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Weel of Nov. 11 - Nov. 15
People who would like to taste wines from around the world will have a chance to start with Argentina’s best on Friday, Nov. 15, by registering today for a tasting at Yakima Valley Community College’s Grandview campus.
As the holiday season approaches, the forest service is offering the opportunity for families to obtain a Christmas tree from the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
Not everyone views a job as a line cook for a local eatery with the same eyes as Sunnyside High School graduate Felix Angiano.
The diversity of care provided by assisted living centers has changed over the years, according to Sun Terrace Marketing Director Cheryl Larrick.
Decorating pumpkins with tempura paint takes a steady hand as young Lillee Chavez demonstrates. She was one of the children taking part in the family craft night held last Thursday night at the Sunnyside Community Center.
There are three historic castles situated in Yakima and Union Gap.
Thanks to the outstanding community support of the 2012 annual Festival of Trees, the Sunnyside Community Hospital Auxiliary is able to donate $10,000 to aid in the purchase of a new piece of hospital lab equipment.
The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers and businesses to participate in the fourth annual trunk or treat event.
It’s only the beginning of restoring habitat along the Yakima River, but officials are pleased with a partnership between Heavenly Hills Harvest Farm, the Yakima Basin Environmental Education Project and Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group.
Sierra Vista Middle School band director Scott Waywell leads the combined seventh and eighth grade bands through “Midnight Mission,” one of three numbers performed by the band Tuesday evening.
United Methodist Pre-school is having a Scentsy fundraiser to earn money for graduation caps and gowns and a new rug for circle time.