On a recent visit to the Goldendale Observatory, I was able to view the Milky Way Galaxy.
When we first noticed the baby sparrow, here at the house, it saddened us all.
Did you ever have a week in which you had an impossible amount of work to complete, yet somehow got it done?
I agree wholeheartedly with Fred Quarnstrom’s comments in his letter to the editor last Friday, about Mr. Jacobson.
Let’s get to the burning national media issue of the week - Ray Rice and spousal abuse.
I’m at my wit’s end trying to figure out the messy county races we have to decide this November.
In honor of his entirely fictional pet squirrel, Doc is calling the annual golf tournament the Chipper Invitational this year.
National Audubon Society scientists have announced that nearly half our birds are threatened by global warming.
I read Mr. Jacobson’s obituary this week with a tear in my eyes.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
America is built on the philosophy of bootstrapping, or pulling yourself up through your own talents and abilities. And no tool is better suited for doing that than a good education.
After reading accounts of a Great Dane from Portland, Ore. dining on nearly four dozen socks and a Blue Heeler from Leavenworth with family issues, I begin to understand why animals need to be blessed.
From a passenger airplane being shot down over Ukraine to violence spreading at an alarming rate in the Middle East, newspaper headlines in recent months have become increasingly disturbing.
The NFL season and Seattle’s defense of its Super Bowl title kicked off last night.
Despite these last few months of hot and lazy days, it’s been hard not to notice a cold political wind blowing through the country.