For many anglers, “opening day” is synonymous with the start of the lowland lakes trout-fishing season, which gets underway on Saturday, April 25.
For less than the cost of a movie ticket, residents of the Lower Yakima Valley can enjoy live music on stage.
The Sunnyside Knights of Columbus is sponsoring a dinner, dance and dessert fundraiser on Saturday, April 25.
GRANDVIEW – A dance for individuals with disabilities will be held Wednesday, April 22, at the Grandview Community Center, 812 Wallace Way, thanks to the efforts of Melisa Ramos.
Sunnyside High School senior Tiana Perez is organizing the first-ever Sunnyside Youth Awards for her senior project, which will also serve as a leadership class project.
YAKIMA – Maybe it is biting into a warm elephant ear.
GRANGER – The Granger Athletic Booster Club will be holding its annual auction and barbecue on Sunday, April 19.
The first-ever Asparagus Festival in Sunnyside is planned to take place in conjunction with the Sunnyside Museum open house on Saturday, April 18.
“It’s like putting a tinker toy set together.”
A face familiar to many Sunnyside folks will be greeting shoppers at Barnes & Noble Bookstore in the Tri-Cities on Saturday, April 25.
Spills, thrills and one GIANT hill!
Celebrating Good Friday with the Easter Bunny at Sun Terrace Retirement and Assisted Living in Sunnyside are Maritza and Angela Gutierrez.
State shellfish managers have approved a weeklong series of razor clam digs starting this Saturday, April 4, at four ocean beaches.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will offer two “free days” in April.
YAKIMA – Northwest cactus expert Ron McKitrick of Yakima will be providing a free landscaping with cactus workshop at the Yakima Area Arboretum on Saturday, April 25.