Sunnyside tournament is Saturday at local VFW post
A local man doesn’t know for sure how many cribbage tournaments he has entered. But James Morrow’s stacks of trophy boards may be a good indicator.
Chris Villalobos of Sunnyside digs out his family’s driveway Saturday, on his 15th birthday, during a sun break in the Lower Yakima Valley’s series of snow and ice storms.
Participants in Toppenish’s annual MLK Peace March proceed through the city yesterday.
Day gets men’s honor; Kelley tops women
Santa Claus and 9-month-old Milan Robledo of Sunnyside share surprised looks Saturday during the annual FFA Cookies with Mrs. Claus at Sunnyside High School.
New royalty makes pageant history
Delight and amazement flashed across the face of the new Miss Sunnyside upon hearing her name called out Saturday as the 2016-17 title holder.
Marine donates kidney for sister
She calls him an all-American hero. He says he is happy he could help.
Artist’s father worked in coal mines
Celebrating Labor Day is more than just a day off of work for retired writer and artist Guillermo Castaneda.
As the youngest of six children, she has always felt loved and secure within her family environment.
After years of participating on the Sunnyside Rotary Swim Team, this Miss Sunnyside candidate feels strongly about promoting water safety.
Sports collector, Ali both at 1980 Democratic Convention
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali’s death last week sparked a memory for one local man.
Five community groups are winners of trophies at the annual Cinco de Mayo Parade this past Sunday.
Festive colors and music filled downtown last weekend for the city’s annual Cinco de Mayo Festival.
Sunday marks Mother’s Day, a day celebrating what some call a “Hallmark card holiday.”
Serving the community she grew up in is the goal of one Miss Granger candidate.