Some decisions are slam dunks.
The Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza is one of those rare projects that touches lives and the landscape.
A local 9-year-old girl traveled across the U.S. with her family to experience one of America’s largest New Year’s Eve parties.
Warmer temperatures and melting snow brought out Lower Valley residents yesterday, including six-year-old Jayna Elenbaas enjoying a slide at Upland Park.
A former Sunnyside woman is Yakima Valley Community College’s nominee for the annual Transforming Lives Award given out by the Washington State Association of College Trustees.
The editor and publisher of the Daily Sun News has been named 2016 Publisher-in-Residence for Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.
New year, new life
She was late to dinner on Dec. 15, 2014. Her family gathered at her Scoon Road home waiting for her when they got a call that Heidi Slinker was involved in a two-car crash on Interstate 82, near Toppenish.
With a chance to shine and stand in the spotlight, differently-abled girls can take part in the Washington Shining Star Pageant at 3 p.m. on Feb. 6.
Hair stylist turns Dark Lord for Star Wars premiere
With iconic theme music floating in the air and light sabers flashing, Darth Vader, the dark lord villain of Star Wars, duels with hero Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Grand Cinema lobby on opening night of the long awaited Episode VII of the Star Wars saga.
Olga Blanco helps her six-year-old son Alexander Fernandez create winter-themed artwork during a craft time Saturday at the Sunnyside Library.
Victor Romero shovels snow off the sidewalk along Sixth Street in Sunnyside this morning.
Youngsters on holiday break and adults, including a young snow surfer, enjoy the snow covered slopes of Sunnyside’s Central Park yesterday.
Father and son, Oscar and Jeremiah Amaro, put the finishing touches on a snowman yesterday outside their Sunnyside home.