The annual Lower Valley American Cancer Society Relay for Life will have a new venue for its 2014 event.
“That’s a lot of pie and it’s all homemade,” according to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church volunteer Javier Rivera.
Roaring down the highways of Argentina behind the wheel of a 1935 Ford Phaeton touring car battling heat, freezing temperatures and car break-downs in remote areas and even confronting border police sounds like a scene from a pre-World War II movie.
The Grandview Livestock Support Group Booster Club is holding an auction and an all-you-can-eat spaghetti feed this coming Saturday, March 15, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Grandview Middle School.
Well, at least the new soccer field on Homer Street won’t be called Simpson.
Her travels as a Rotary exchange student may have been the experience that prepared former Sunnysider Emily Shuttleworth for worldwide adventures, but it was a recent mission project that has set her sights on her future life course.
The Sunnyside Ministerial Association is planning its annual CROP Hunger Walk for Saturday, March 22, at 9 a.m.
In the tradition of celebrating the beginning of Lent, Sunnyside residents Araceli Cazares and her young daughter, Hailey Garcia, stopped for “Ashes on the Go” yesterday.
Noe and Dominick Gonzalez (L-R) take advantage of the overnight snowfall and a two-hour school opening delay this morning (Friday) to enjoy a few hours of sledding at Sunnyside’s Central Park.
The American Red Cross needs blood and platelet donors to help restock the blood supply this February.
For the second time in three months, local Prestige Healthcare workers picketed to protest what they feel are unsafe working conditions.
Miss Sunnyside Alyson Spidle waits on her family during last Saturday night’s Miss Sunnyside Rocking around the Clock fundraiser held at Sunnyside’s Bon Vinos Bistro and Bakery.
The Bleyhl metal storage units, located near South 16th Street and Yakima Valley Highway, appear as works of art cast in light of a winter sunrise.
The Green Olive Café in Sunnyside held its third annual non-perishable food drive during the month of December and the result was that patrons donated 188 food items.