Festival of international styles planned

Violinists to headline university event

The fourth annual Humanitas Festival will be Sept. 20-24 on the Washington State University campus and surrounding communities.

Massacre survivor celebrated 99th birthday

Pioneer boasts more than 130 grandchildren

She survived a massacre, worked the fields most of her life, and was a mother to 16 children, all born in the United States.

College names summer grads

Yakima Valley College graduates for the summer quarter 2016 include the following Lower Yakima Valley individuals and their degrees by hometown:

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Celebrating migrant learning


September 12-16, 2016

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Apple art winner

Esteban Garibay returned to Sunnyside High School yesterday to pick up a $1,000 check, courtesy of Washington Apple Education Foundation’s high school art contest.

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Trophies and prizes awarded to top car entries

The birdhouse-style trophies were in keeping with being in the Bluebird capital of the world at the annual Bickleton Car Show and Flea market Saturday.

Preview home tour and food

A special “Chefs on Tour” event will be held in conjunction with the Central Washington Home Builder’s Tour of Homes.

Vendors welcome

Vendors are still being sought for the Sunshine Days Festival, Sept. 16-18.

Club meeting in style

Nouvella Club will hold a style show Sept. 15 to mark the beginning of a new club year.

Christian group hosts speaker

There is still time to make reservations to attend the Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connect meeting at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday.

Pageant tickets on sale

Tickets for the 2016 Miss Sunnyside Pageant will be on sale from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at Sunnyside High School auditorium, 1801 E. Edison Ave.

Cancer walk-run successful

The Granger Lions Club second annual 10 and 5K Cancer Fun Run/Walk saw 32 participants turn out for the event held during the Granger Menudo Festival Sunday.

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Granger celebrates Menudo