If selected as the next Miss Sunnyside, one candidate will promote Special Olympics as her community service project.
It was both a happy and sad occasion for parishioners when the joint congregations of the First Christian and the New Life churches met Sunday.
Event raises more than $18,000
Saturday’s second Summer Ale Fest was a night for enjoying local microbrews and wines.
Festivities continue this weekend
This morning’s grand re-opening ribbon cutting nearly ended before it began.
Organizers expect more than 700
More than 700 logo-embossed pint glasses are on hand for tomorrow’s second Summer Ale Fest.
Young artists create fair promotion
A writing assignment for Tanya Weron’s Washington Elementary School classroom became entries for Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo’s “Critter Tale” contest.
Lower Valley Evergreen Girl State delegates are still unpacking from their experiences at the 70th annual political boot camp last week.
No evidence of crash found
Police today were looking for a bicyclist who was thought to have been struck by a motor vehicle.
Combining popular characters from the classic Dr. Seuss stories is the foundation for Seussical the Musical.
A love of animals and a desire to make the most of her education are driving forces in the life of this Miss Sunnyside candidate.