Sunnyside Lions Club is helping Yakima Neighborhood Health Services improve the sight of Lower Valley residents.
New housing to be home to many families
A total of 51 new rental units in the Mother Joseph Villa have been blessed and dedicated.
The second Asparagus Festival went without a hitch Saturday.
The Miss Sunnyside Court was on hand to congratulate the members of the 2016 Miss Selah Court during its pageant held Saturday night at the Selah Middle School.
Trevino wins four scholarships
The community has a new representative to attend parades, ribbon cuttings and community events.
Serving the community she grew up in is the goal of one Miss Granger candidate.
Horse riding and goat clinics are in store this weekend during “We Love 4-H Equi-Fair” at State Fair Park.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
Yakima Valley Community College has a new program for Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in business management.
Plans are underway now for the High School’s 53rd annual Granger Alumni Association banquet.
Washington State University student Amanda Marquez received the Mary Elizabeth and Jack W. Howard Sr. Scholarship.
A silent auction and dinner to raise scholarship funds is noon April 24 in the High School, 315 E. Menzer Ave.
A number of Lower Valley students earned places on the Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University for winter quarter 2016.
Ready for open house, asparagus fest
The city’s remodeled museum is drawing a lot of “ooohs” and “ahhs” from visitors.