Taylor named vice president
A local teen will serve more than 8,000 fellow FFA members statewide.
Sunnyside Christian High School seniors Daylraye Hutchinson, second from left, and Hannah Bos are the 2016 recipients of $1,250 scholarships from the Soroptimist of the Lower Yakima Valley.
Longtime concert supporter Dan Donaldson of Prosser receives a plaque prior to Sunday’s Lower Valley Community Concert honoring his more than 25 years of service, including her years as president of the concert association.
Harpist Bronn Journey entertains the crowd in Sunnyside High School’s auditorium yesterday during the final Lower Valley Community Concert of the season.
The School District’s National History Day 12-member delegation will host historical performances, at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.
Northern Pacific Railway expanded its railroad to the area. Local merchants closed their shops and a band provided music for the fanfare.
A local man claimed the top two prizes at Sunday’s charro competition.
Parents will see their high school juniors and seniors dressed in formal wear this weekend for prom.
Jamie White of Prosser has earned honor roll status for winter 2016 quarter at Washington and Lee University.
Fred E. Hayes American Legion Post No. 57 has named Maria Lopez as the top FFA vocational scholar for the third quarter.
Heritage University is hosting 70 sophomores from Northwest School in Seattle during the students’ community service visit this week.
To help seniors stay sharp and safe behind the wheel of a car, AARP will offer a driving course June 6-7.
Four Yakima Valley residents will be receiving their diplomas at Oregon State University’s 147th commencement.
Older students share time with preschoolers
Things seemed a little unbalanced in Room 131 yesterday when 15 preschoolers invaded a high school chemistry classroom.