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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PROSSER – Family and friends are gathering Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Prosser Eagles to host a benefit dinner and auction to help the young Prosser family of Josh and Sonshine Aman with its recent avalanche of medical expenses.
Decorating pumpkins with tempura paint takes a steady hand as young Lillee Chavez demonstrates. She was one of the children taking part in the family craft night held last Thursday night at the Sunnyside Community Center.
There are three historic castles situated in Yakima and Union Gap.
From issuing gun permits to taking emergency calls, Sunnyside police dispatcher takes the work in stride
After more than 22 years in the medical field, Lilia Diaz is finding life as a police dispatcher a serious change of pace.
The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers and businesses to participate in the fourth annual trunk or treat event.