Birthright of Sunnyside held a conference recently at the Best Western Grapevine Inn in Sunnyside with featured speaker Dr. Steven R. Zielinski, who is also an attorney.
The Grandview Seattle Children’s Orthopedic Auxiliary is selling greens again this year for the holiday season.
For more than 70 years, families have flocked to Outlook to attend the annual Halloween carnival held at Outlook Elementary School. This year will be no different.
The world famous Harlem Globetrotters will take fan interaction to a new level when the 2014 “Fans Rule” World Tour comes to the Yakima Valley SunDome in Yakima on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014, at 2 p.m.
Vintage Vaudeville returns to Yakima Saturday, Nov. 16. Manic Thunder will highlight this year’s entertainment along with some of the best talent Yakima has to offer.
The Joyful Noise, led by Carl Smotherman, will be the featured group at this month’s Gospel music jamboree in Mabton.
Nevada Slim and Cimarron Sue of Prescott will be providing live entertainment at a fundraiser to benefit the Bickleton Carousel Museum.
The Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a family craft night, celebrating autumn.
Tomorrow (Saturday) the Grandview High School DECA chapter will be hosting its first-ever Fall Harvest Festival.
The Rolling Hills Chorus is preparing for its annual show, which this year will feature performances on Friday, Oct. 25, at the Princess Theatre in Prosser and on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Hanford High School auditorium.
Retired Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin has fought in many battles throughout his career as member of the U.S. Army’s Delta Force.
Visiting the Sunnyside branch of Lower Valley Credit Union yesterday, Juan Barajas (at left) and his son Eli took advantage of the free lunch being offered by the local credit union staff.
David Van Klinken was leaving Afghanistan after trying to help farmers plant different crops when he realized he needed to do more to help others. It led him to spend seven years in Nicaragua.
Betty Barnett, the featured speaker for the Lower Valley Christian Womens Connection luncheon this past Tuesday, seemingly had it all growing up in 1950s Southern California. She had a ton of friends, wore all the right clothes and her family was wealthy.
At yesterday’s public hearing on the current five-year plan, Sunnyside Housing Authority Director Keitha Kimbrough said the agency is gearing up to make some changes in the next plan.