Romance writer will appear May 3
A novelist who tells romance stories about Amish life will speak at the Sunnyside Library.
C.I. Myer and A.O. Rader were re-elected to their positions as Sunnyside school superintendent and high school principal, respectively.
Reservations needed for free event
The centerpiece of the region’s wine history will provide guided tours on April 14.
The local library, 508 Sunnyside Ave., will host a story and craft time for children and their families from 4-5 p.m. on Tuesday.
The local library, 621 Grant Ave., will host the weekly chess club meeting.
The local American Legion post is seeking veterans who may have been exposed to contaminated water at Camp LeJeune.
Girls up to age 18 can sign up for event
The Greater Mabton Association is seeking candidates to compete in the group’s “Como La Flor” (as a flower) Pageant at noon on April 22 at the Mabton Community Learning Center, 805 Washington Ave.
Sunnyside teenager eyes state crown
As part of her efforts to seek scholarships for her post-high school education, Quinn Yates, 17, finds herself seeking the Miss Washington Outstanding Teen crown and sash.
Volunteers are needed to help the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo Board with work on the new bleachers at the Wallace Way fairgrounds April 19.
The Sunnyside High School class of 1967 reunion committee is seeking the current contact information for a number of a number of its peers.
The third annual Congressional Art Competition for the 4th District, is now open for all high school students in Central Washington to participate.
The School District, Police Department and Sunnyside United/Unidos will host an evening event focused on gang awareness and prevention.
A couple hundred people turned out yesterday afternoon to Sunnyside Community Center to take part in a Zumba party and learn about exercise and nutrition.
Learning the skills needed to be a leader is a full time mission for this Miss Grandview contestant.
Preparedness is the theme for the Lower Valley Christian Women Connect’s meeting at 11:30 a.m. on April 11.