Street safety is a huge deal for a Miss Sunnyside candidate who once was hit by a car.
Miss Sunnyside candidate Andrea Limon admits she struggled with math.
Samantha Galindo believes her run at becoming Miss Sunnyside will make a difference in her life.
A desire to be more involved in her Community prompted Trinity Hamil, 16, to vie for the Miss Sunnyside crown. That, and knowledge there is a sizable scholarship attached to the title.
Former Tex-Mex artist and family fighting
All parents know the thrill of watching a child take his or her first steps.
Being a high school sprinter and a cheerleader takes up a lot of this Miss Sunnyside candidate’s time.
Jessica Estrada describes herself as shy, but she is pushing herself to break loose and become more outgoing this summer.
If you happen to see Nadine McConnell around town, take a moment to say hello.
Sunnyside cheerleaders, from left, Kayla Van Wieringen, Destiny Fonseca, Hollie Tate and Annalies Roskamp raised funds Saturday by having their photo taken with swim meet-goers.
‘Cheerful’ style her trademark during career
For those who know her, she is always asking, “How may I serve you?”
Nathaniel makes progress against illness
Nathaniel Wood, the 9-year-old who’s been battling Severe A-Plastic Anemia in Seattle, is home for at least two weeks.
Melba Fujiura loves barbecue. She is a member of the Pacific Northwest Barbecue Association, which sanctions competitions from Canada to California.
U.S. defense secretary enjoys Prosser respite
The regular lunch crowd at Bern’s Tavern didn’t notice the nation’s top defense leader enjoying his favorite hamburger and a cold beer alongside them Tuesday.
Hoping to become a role model for community youth, Carina Cuevas, 16 is seeking to be the next Miss Sunnyside.
Artimes Batista, 3, of Sunnyside, enjoys climbing on the playground equipment Monday in a Sunnyside park.