Students and community members in Sunnyside, says 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside hopeful Claudia Pena, need a good role model and someone to serve as “…a positive voice.”
Blanca Bazaldua has experienced just about everything the Lower Valley has to offer in terms of work, and that wealth of knowledge is very useful in her current position at Nuestra Casa.
Wanting to inspire young girls and others who have dreams is not a new concept for Lucero “Lucy” Mejia.
Michael Angel Grajeda still remembers working on cars with his uncle as a small child.
GRANDVIEW – The Saturday night finale of the 2015 Pro-West Rodeo in Grandview started with a good deal of excitement as the fourth saddle bronc rider out of the chute, Dustin Hobbs, was tossed out of the arena and into the crowd by his horse after he had held on for the full eight seconds.
Last Thursday, Dutch Bros. Sunnyside partnered with the community to raise $6,642 for the four daughters of the late Angela and Kyle Walker.
After having worked both at Washington Beef in Toppenish and Sunnyside’s Valley Manufactured Housing, David Espinoza finds he much prefers working at the Sunnyside Sears store as a sales floor associate.
Taking on the role of public information officer at the Shoreline School District will be Curtis Campbell. He has served the Sunnyside School District for the past seven years.
Approximately five years ago Edgar Garcia became a sales representative at Mid Valley Chrysler Dodge Jeep/Marine in Grandview.
Young Levon Grotzke enjoys the festivities by taking a turn at bubble blowing during the National Night Out block party hosted by Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Tuesday night.
Sunnyside’s Les Amundson will be among 12 World War II veterans honored when the “Washington Remembers World War II” exhibition opens Thursday, Aug. 20, in Olympia.
A lifelong love of animals led Granger native Brandon DeVries to seek a career in veterinary medicine.