Sunday is Father’s Day.
Focus on individual responsibility instead
Whenever a shooting occurs, anti-gun politicians move to blame our 2nd Amendment and firearms companies and dealers.
There’s a yearly reminder of just how deep local roots go.
The Sunnyside City Council’s move to revisit its retail marijuana ban may have some scratching their heads or a bit disheartened.
For the past several weeks, we’ve covered scholarships being awarded to high school seniors planning the next step on their educational journeys.
Concerned or displeased with the way our state manages its lands or responds to wildfire?
For most Americans, Memorial Day means barbecues, outdoor activities and a three-day weekend away from work. The meaning of the holiday is often lost.
Public employees should be held to a higher standard
A top local school administrator is arrested for drunken driving in a publicly owned vehicle. Two area teachers are placed on administrative leave after being charged with illegal sexual activities involving children.
In the past, a cancer diagnosis was considered a death sentence.
It’s good to see at least one federal agency reviewing its own inappropriate actions.
Cinco de Mayo brought thousands of people to downtown Sunnyside this past weekend.
He may not be popular with the party establishment, but Donald Trump is winning over voters. As the last man standing, he’s also our pick as the Republican candidate for president.
The weekend’s best festival in the Yakima Valley is right here
There will be Cinco de Mayo festivities throughout the Yakima Valley this weekend. But the oldest and biggest is right here in Sunnyside.
It looks like the battle over Kennewick man’s remains have almost come to an end. And that means his remains, and the related controversy, could almost be ready to be laid to rest.
It’s not too often a local school district gets the opportunity to hire one of its own to be superintendent.