“You see that sunset last night?” Steve said. “Now that was a honey.”
I would like to thank the citizens of Sunnyside for the opportunity to represent you on our city council. Your support and votes mean a lot to me, and I will do my best to honor your confidence.
On Nov. 6 prior to Veterans Day, on the 11th, we published our annual Salute To Heroes special section honoring brave men and women who have faithfully served and are currently serving our nation.
Let’s start with the obvious: a democracy needs intelligence agencies.
Over the Shoulder
110 YEARS AGO…(1903) Dr. Harvey of Sunnyside showed off a turnip that had grown in a white clover field that weighed 11 and a half pounds and measured 31 inches in circumference.
On behalf of myself and my family, I want to thank everyone for making the Sandra Pascua Filipino Foodfest a successful event. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
To paraphrase a famous Mark Twain quote, suppose you passed a farm bill. And suppose you passed a food stamp bill. But I repeat myself.
Few events in American history have brought more sorrow, grief and confusion than the assassination of John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963.
'F' as in Frank
One of my bad habits is letting old e-mails back up to the point Outlook sends me a warning shot, “You’re mailbox is almost full.”
I wish to thank all of the generous and hard working individuals who supported my campaign for the Sunnyside Public School Board position.
Leonard Gilroy was right to point out that outsourcing requires “due diligence and accountability” (“Privatization a solution for government budget woes?” Daily Sun News, November 14.)
There were two little boys down at the Doughnut Hole Café the other day, standing outside, just waiting.
Over the Shoulder
110 YEARS AGO… A citizen’s caucus was held in Sunnyside.
Buddy and I were discussing putting up a few Charlie Brown-type Christmas lights this year to celebrate his first holiday in the Hart household.