Woman raising awareness for NET
When Peggy Rosales, 63, started experiencing trouble in her stomach, she had no idea the breath-taking pain was being caused by a rare form of disease.
But the end is not in sight
It will be closer to the end of the century before the Hanford Nuclear Reservation clean-up will be completed, if then.
When the Sunnyside High School class of 1967 met for its 50th class reunion Aug. 4-5, they came away with rave reviews, reunion chairman Eva (Urrutia) Garcia said.
The camp where little girls learn how to smile, wave and how to turn pretty feet - all necessary skills for becoming a princess - came to an end Friday.
Latest book gives tips for beach behavior
One might not think the hills of Bickleton would bring up many images of walking beaches, despite the surrounding waves of golden wheat.
Gates open at 8 a.m. every day through Saturday
The animals are all bedded down and the open class buildings are decorated with exhibits for opening day at the 90th annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo at the Country Park, 812 Wallace Way.
Being a high school sprinter and a cheerleader takes up a lot of this Miss Sunnyside candidate’s time.
First step toward earning PA credentials
Heritage University’s Physician Assistant Educational Program Class of 2019 received the most important symbol of their chosen profession, the white coat during a ceremony at Heritage University Aug. 5.
Grand opening set for Aug. 19
It’s taken a little longer than business owner Andy Cervantes had hopes to open his video game lounge. Nearly two months longer, he said.
Business offers custom moving solutions for families
Helping a loved one relocate or clearing the estate after someone has passed can be extremely emotional and challenging; but thanks to a new business in the area, families don’t have to do it alone.