Elementary students are learning about their state’s history in addition to improving their math and reading skills this summer.
Kathy Martin, Kathy McGhan and Rita McGhan provide back-up for Joyful Noise gospel singing group at yesterday’s concert at Centennial Square.
The local Senior Citizen Center is gearing up for the annual Seniors Casino Night from 6-9 p.m. Aug. 12 at 1400 Federal Way.
Fair patrons will have newly remodeled restrooms to use at the next State Fair.
Three School District fifth grade teachers are among the 35 state educators chosen for a state science and technology fellowship.
Doug Diamond will be the featured guest at the Gospel Jamboree at 2 p.m. Sunday at Grace Brethren Church, 428 B St.
His friends are gathering to give back to a young man whose family have been ardent volunteers in the community.
Classes focus on Latina vineyard managers
A program designed exclusively for women is continuing thanks to the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers.
Area residents turn out for grand opening and community barbecue
More than 100 people turned out Sunday to mark the grand opening of a new $1.3 million fire station.
The regional medical community has grown by two with the recent graduation of two local residents.
Monica Rubio, 11, enjoys a hamburger at Sunnyside’s Central Park Friday celebrating the end of the 21st Century summer program, an after-school program funded by the Northwest Community Action Center.
As the youngest of six children, she has always felt loved and secure within her family environment.
July 11-15, 2016
Three churches are pooling their resources to host a three-day vacation Bible school next week.