“Redeemed” singers Cherry Fairbanks Morse, Pat Hull and Linda Martin entertain the audience gathered Tuesday night at Sunnyside’s Centennial Square to listen to a program of old-fashioned folk music and comedy hits.
Betty Brumley of Sunnyside contemplates her hand at the 14th annual Summer Cribbage Classic held in Sunnyside this past weekend.
Miss Sunnyside candidate Jaquelinne Herrera is one of nine young ladies vying for the 2015-16 title this year.
Jack Moran, a resident at Sunnyside’s Sun Terrace Retirement and Assisted Living Community, seated in the top photo, chooses a prize after winning a game of Bingo at yesterday’s social event for seniors at the Grandview Community Center.
For 12’s everywhere 2015 is the summer of Russell.
“Big Mama and the Kid” were spotted this week at the US Bank branch in Sunnyside.
Five years ago Dani Martinez was a supervisor at Arby’s when it closed in Sunnyside.
Lower Valley actors Julie Trumble, Debbie Mendoza and Linda Martin read lines during last night’s auditions for the Over the Hill Theatricals’ production of “The Butler Did It, Singing.”
“I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!” How many times did you sing that when you were younger? I know I did. As a kid, one of my favorite treats was an ice cream sundae. As an adult, it still is!
Sunnyside’s Holy Trinity Church held a bicycle rodeo this past weekend, free to all children who brought a bike to participate.
The event featured a number of game booths for children. The local church hosted the free carnival with help from New Horizons Community Church of Spokane.
PROSSER - The Princess Theatre in Prosser will host nationally touring pop/soul artist, Mycle Wastman, on Saturday, Aug. 1, at 7:30 p.m.
Sunnyside’s annual CSI Camp returns on Tuesday and Wednesday of this month, July 28-29. Youngsters are invited to join the Sunnyside Police Department and Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department for a camp they don’t want to miss. Participants will investigate a crime scene at the Sunnyside Community Center, learn to finger print and what it takes to be a crime scene investigator.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Sunnyside will hold a pair of bike-related events this coming weekend.