VALLEY LANES WEEK #17
With various fish populations across Washington state listed under the Endangered Species Act, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildilfe is eyeing a far more radical approach to conservation in a series of sportfishing rule change proposals.
First through sixth graders can get a jump on the spring baseball season at a special holiday camp scheduled in Sunnyside for later this month.
WHITE SALMON – Sunnyside Christian made short work of its two District 5 foes this past Saturday, and in the process earned its fourth consecutive trip to the WIAA Class 1B State Girls Volleyball Tournament.
The season for Coho salmon fishing in the Yakima River has been extended to Sunday, Nov. 16.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission last week announced its 2014-15 winter schedule, with more than 60 parks remaining open seven days a week for camping and day-use activities.
More commonly known as yoga, flexilages classes are being offered in Sunnyside on Monday mornings.
VALLEY LANES WEEKS #5 & 6
What do Legos, Mexican bingo and spooky crafts have in common?
The public will have more time to review proposed changes to fishing rules for the Columbia River Basin under an extended comment period announced recently by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Fishing managers for agencies in Washington and Oregon are seeking candidates to fill positions on advisory committees that provide guidance on sport and commercial fishing issues on the Columbia and Snake rivers.
GRANDVIEW – With the fall weather setting in, Grandview’s indoor walking program is slated to begin on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Harriet Thompson Elementary School each Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Football player overcomes hurdles
Joey Silos likes rap music. He also likes playing football for Sunnyside’s Harrison Middle School.