Now that the Sunnyside municipal swimming program is ready to be wrapped up for another season, the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department is preparing to launch a fall co-ed softball league, beginning Sept.15.
Following are the results of two nights of ropin’ and ridin’ in Grandview during the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Paul Hatcher of Salem, Ore. eyes his hand while taking on Brittany Pierce of Springfield, Ore. last Friday.
The basics of fastpitch softball will be the focus of the Grizzly Fastpitch Camp/Clinic next week.
As of today (Friday), anglers will be able to retain eight salmon, including up to six adult sockeye salmon, in the mainstem portions of the Columbia River above Priest Rapids Dam.
...with spring in their steps
SELAH – Fielding a youth movement of primarily freshmen, sophomores and even a seventh grader, the Sunnyside Grizzly 17U summer baseball team is playing with spring in mind.
Riders from all over the Yakima Valley turned out for the fourth annual Sort 4 the Cause fundraiser held at Sunnyside’s Specks Arena this past weekend.
Anglers hoping to catch chinook salmon on the Wenatchee or Upper Klickitat rivers are in luck as the spring chinook salmon season has opened.
Each year, thousands of Washingtonians go fishing – legally – without a license.
Time to dust off the old catcher’s mitt and bat.
Sunnyside’s youth soccer program did not have a season last year because of a lack of volunteers, according to Lower Yakima Valley Youth Soccer Association President Tyler Everett.
Tacoma’s Mills Brubaker won top honors at the Washington State Open 2014 Cribbage Championships.
Starting today, May 15, anglers will have another full month to catch hatchery-reared spring chinook salmon and steelhead on the lower Columbia River under an agreement reached by fishery managers from Washington and Oregon.
GRANDVIEW – It was not the best day for Grandview High School tennis, with both boys and girls teams losing 5-0 to Othello in Tuesday action on the Grandview home court.