More than 160 Sunnyside middle school students traveled to WSU’s Tri-Cities campus in Richland last Saturday for the regional MESA Day competition.
While shopping at the Sunnyside Walmart Store and hearing a call for a clean-up in the deli, don’t be surprised if the person who responds is Store Manager Amy Smart.
Juniors Miguel Moreno and Micah Binfet will represent Grandview High School at American Legion Evergreen Boys State June 21-27, in Stanwood.
The bronze statue of pioneer cattleman Ren Farrell is once again whole, thanks to the original artisan returning to Sunnyside to make repairs.
The Sheriff of Notting-ham, portrayed by Timothy Foster, and Robin Hood, played by Joel Martin, dual one another with swords in the Sunnyside Christian High School production of “Robin Hood…Sort Of” yesterday afternoon.
An estimated $162,000 worth of hay owned by the Veldhuis family dairy on Wasson Road near Grandview was torched last night (Wednesday).
After 35 years of leading the Sunnyside Museum Board of Directors, John Saras is happy to be stepping down.
A steady stream of people showed up at the second annual Meet Your Farmer event held this past Sunday, at Heavenly Hills Harvest near Sunnyside.
Workers digging out a space for a stormwater vault at the corner of Sixth Street and Decatur Avenue in Sunnyside hit oil a week ago, but not in a good way.
‘Mademoiselles in Paris’ is the theme of the 2015-16 Miss Sunnyside Community Float.
Grandview students Angel and Briana Damian and Harriet Thompson Elementary School Counselor Heather Judkins search for the Sunnyside McDonald’s customer whose order is ready.
The Loving Sunnyside Initiative organization invites everyone to help paint and clean up six homes in Sunnyside on Saturday, April 18.
Local girls are invited to participate in a special Princess of the Relay fundraiser being planned in conjunction with the 2015 American Cancer Society Lower Valley Relay for Life, to be held May 16-17 in Sunnyside.
The city of Sunnyside will be flushing its water system on Wednesday, April 22, and Thursday, April 23, from 3 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The city of Mabton should have funding for upgrades to its water mains by Earth Day, April 22, according to engineer Dave VanCleve of Gray & Osborne, Inc.