Dan Phillips spent a few years living on 16th Avenue in Nashville, Tenn., as one of the boys who make the noise.
There is always something unique about the day for Sunnyside Corrections Officer Jerry Johnston.
Celebrating Thanksgiving with games, raffles and a lot of pumpkin pie was the theme for the annual Grandview senior citizens celebration held last Wednesday at the Grandview Community Center on Wallace Way.
Sunnyside downtown storefront windows are beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
When Debbie Mendoza found herself as a single mom with no job skills, she decided to go back to school and become a secretary.
Army Pvt. Christopher S. Galvan, the son of Maria Valencia of Grandview, recently graduated from basic combat training at Ft. Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Not everyone views a job as a line cook for a local eatery with the same eyes as Sunnyside High School graduate Felix Angiano.
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