A meeting to explain a new school-wide committee is planned for 3:30 p.m. Sept. 13 in Harriet Thompson Elementary School library, 1105 W. Second St.
Life Options is now open in its newly expanded location at 301 Division.
To celebrate families and community, Sunnyside Christian Reformed Church will host a family fun day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 10, in the church parking lot, 700 N. 16th St.
Some dogs—especially puppies—will chew on nearly anything in sight.
For seniors who are light/infrequent cellphone users, “prepaid” or “pay as you go” plans are the way to go if you want to save money.
In what many view as a herculean effort, two women made good on a backlog of Chamber of Commerce federal taxes this past year.
Big top show opens tonight
Being a circus performer is an avocation dating back four generations in the Osorio family.
Jeffrey Hornbarger, left, and Octavio Parra enjoy a bike ride through downtown Sunnyside yesterday as their summer break winds down for the start of classes Tuesday.
Fresh blueberries add a special zing of color and flavor to these tasty Blueberry Chicken Wrap sandwiches.
Ultimate Dream Queen contestant Audrina Campos traveled to Portland Ore., Saturday to compete in the pageant.
Performers to debut at States Day festivities
Get ready to see who will be crowned the best talent in the valley during States Day.
Yakima Alzheimer’s group is recruiting volunteers to facilitate caregivers ‘support groups.
A western style show, featuring fashions from Bleyhl Country Store, is planned for the September Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection meeting.