The annual homeless survey, known at “Point in Time,” will take place at Sunnyside’s St. Joseph’s gym this coming Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
YAKIMA – This week the Yakima Valley Conference of Governments (YVCOG) announced Larry Mattson has been hired as its new executive director.
Good friends Irene Cervantes, Bea Diaz and Arlene Paul (L-R) gather Thursday for a lunchtime meal of homemade chili, cornmeal muffins and a friendly chat at Sunnyside Sun Terrance Retirement and Assisted Living Community.
Thanks to a generous donation by Sports Monkey, an Ephrata sporting goods vendor, young Angel Mendoza-Ochoa (C) of Sunnyside won’t get so cold while moving between classrooms at Sunnyside’s Chief Kamiakin Elementary School.
The Sunnyside VFW post last Friday was the site of a spaghetti dinner fundraiser hosted by the AMVETS Riders.
Arriving at work every morning at 6:30 a.m. has become routine for Guillermo Dimas, one of the cooks at Sunnyside’s Pioneer Elementary School kitchen.
Flags hanging in downtown Sunnyside for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, like this one at Sixth Street and Grant Avenue, gleam in the late afternoon sun of a spring-like January day.
The Underground at Oasis Community Church in Sunnyside invites local youth to perform at its open mic nights.
Unseasonably warm temperatures made for good walking weather yesterday, Monday.
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GRANDVIEW – Staff at Grandview’s Orchard House, the community’s only assisted living center, are excited about the changes that will soon be taking place.
Ray Bermudez and Said Downs are the new owners of Sunnyside’s Imperial Screen Printing and Embroidery.