The next Gospel Jamboree is 2 p.m. Sunday at Grace Brethren Church, 428 B St.
All eligible blood donors are encouraged to give blood and help save lives in March, during Red Cross Month.
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The Community Center will offer everything from Crossfit to food during a three-day event.
Miss Grandview Candidate
This candidate hopes to become a surgical assistant following high school graduation.
West Benton Fire & Rescue firefighter Keith Johnson pauses during one of two climbs Sunday during the Scott Firefighter Stairclimb at Seattle’s 69-floor Columbia Center.
Derik Nelson & Family entertain with music and harmonies during the Lower Valley Community Concert Sunday in the Sunnyside High School auditorium.
The School District is celebrating “Music in Our Schools” Month with an all-school concert tonight.
Yakima Valley College’s local campus, 500 Main St., will offer English as a Second Language classes.
Three high school seniors from the Lower Yakima Valley have received full, four-year college scholarships.
The Community Center, 812 Wallace Way, hosts a Lower Valley Senior Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow.
Week-long programs set for June
The Fred E. Hayes Post No. 57 of The American Legion and Auxiliary Unit No. 57 are seeking candidates for Evergreen Boys State and Evergreen Girls State.
Sunnyside program is 7 p.m. Saturday
They took over McDonalds, sold tickets for Zumba classes and the 14 Mr. SHS candidates faced off against the high school staff on the basketball court.
Harrison Robotics Club wins award, berth to world finals
A tech-saavy robotics club from Sunnyside has won one of three coveted berths to the world finals competition. Harrison Robotics Club members will join Everett and Bellevue students in representing the state at the April 19-22 event in Louisville, Ken.
Kudos honor those building the future
The Chamber of Commerce on Saturday lauded community members for helping build the future through their dedication to students, academics, safety and enterprise.