He thought she was too old for him. The young 18-year-old girl wasn’t interested in making new friends in the Yakima Valley.
Sofia Martinez, 14, at right thanks those attending last Saturday’s Shining Star Pageant for supporting her and her mother, Rene Satterfield Martinez, who created the pageant for special needs girls in honor of Sofia.
He called this morning’s presentation to the Daybreak Rotary club a 101 primer in the history of the Jihad.
Her door is always open to parents and, more than anything, she wants to communicate with the parents of the 850 high school students in her charge.
The newest corrections officer at the local jail is fulfilling his lifelong goal of working in law enforcement.
Everyone gets a crown.
She has met famous people, was an early proponent of recycling clothing and a jogger before it became a popular form of exercise.
He is only nine years old but he is facing the biggest fight of his life.
The Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center hosted the 60th annual Chamber Community Awards Banquet last night, honoring citizens and businesses making a difference in the community.
Residents can be excused for thinking they are seeing double when it comes to two of their local officers.
Overflow crowd mourns local leader
Hundreds turned out yesterday for a memorial service to honor a Lower Valley man described as “humble and authentic.”
Christina Duggins, left, and her mother, Pat Barr, enjoy time outside with the dogs in Sunnyside’s Central Park yesterday.
Sally Garcia encourages grandson Bentley Espinoza to keep his umbrella over his head Tuesday afternoon.
The Lower Valley Relay for Life kicked off officially last night at an open meeting at Sierra Vista Middle School.