Cancer for College benefits from UW alumni
Calling all University of Washington alumni.
Kilians, Friend receive Volunteers of Year honors
After more than 27 years promoting and judging Sunnyside’s winter parade, three volunteers received a “pat on the back” during Saturday’s Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Sunnyside awards dinner.
Classes are paying off for a Zillah dancer after studying ballet for nearly 10 years.
Veterans, youth to benefit from donations
The American Legion’s Fred E. Hayes Post 57 collected more than $2,200 during its fourth annual Penny-a-Day campaign.
Lower Valley options for St. Paddy’s day
So where can Irish “wannabes” go for a nice St. Patrick’s Day meal tomorrow?
Tips for making a perfect cup of coffee, old-fashioned gospel music and the use of a foolproof GPS system were part of the program at Tuesday’s Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connect meeting.
The family of the late Jim Trull was on hand Monday to see the start of a legacy project in his honor.
A new advertising consultant has joined the Daily Sun News staff.
With the annual community awards banquet just 12 days away, Chamber of Commerce volunteers are already looking ahead to the next big community event – Cinco de Mayo.
A marketing plan targeting Hispanic families’ financial needs is paying dividends for Lower Valley Credit Union.
“Power Up Your Communication, Power Up Your Farm” is the theme of the 2016 Women in Agriculture Conference, scheduled as a live simulcast from 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. March 19 at various locations across the Pacific Northwest.
The Jerry Taylor Veteran’s Memorial Plaza was hit by vandals late Saturday night.
Twenty-nine days of collecting pennies is adding up to a sizable amount of money for the Grandview American Legion Fred E. Hayes Post 57, according to drive organizers.
A recipe she learned from her father when she was a girl is now her family’s favorite winter soup.
You owe it to yourself go see Sunnyside High School Drama Club’s presentation of “The Addams Family”, a musical comedy that delivers on all fronts.
A big birthday “shout out” to a group of Lower Valley individuals marking a special birthday today.
It requires a special person to take on a career in the nursing field.
Valley Theatre Company rehearsals are in the beginning stages for the spring presentation of “Oliver!,” a musical based on the Charles Dickens novel.
The lights are low as the curtains open for a new musical about to hit the Sunnyside High School stage.
Changes in the Sunnyside Police Department over the past 18 months run deeper than a change in uniform styles.
She may be working out of a mid-size kitchen, but the food coming out of her kitchen carries a big flavor.
Patients don’t expect to hear their doctors use terms like roto rooter or caulking gun when describing cardio-vascular procedures.
The photographs hanging gallery-style on the walls of Holy Pies restaurant on South First Street often cause people to take a second look.
Once called the largest lawn party in the state, the famed Prosser Wine and Food Fair has been cancelled.
Nominations applications online
It’s nomination time for the annual Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Sunnyside awards banquet.
A winery with widened sidewalks and an outdoor seating area near Central Park and downtown are in the works for the city’s old Water Works building.
If both of your parents have a family history of heart disease, you are at risk for a heart attack.
What is it like to be an ombudsman, a person who speaks on behalf of another?
A 100-year-old farmhouse is the setting for one of the more than 13 wineries on the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail.
Thousands of red wine and chocolate lovers hit Yakima Valley wineries this past weekend to enjoy samples of award- winning red wines and luscious chocolates.
A bored English housewife, a snoopy church lady, a confused English vicar and an escaped Russian war prisoner are at the heart of the Valley Theatre Company’s Valentine’s weekend production of “See How They Run.”
Everyone knows that wine and chocolate go together at Valentine’s Day like hearts and arrows.
He thought she was too old for him. The young 18-year-old girl wasn’t interested in making new friends in the Yakima Valley.
Sunnyside native combines loves
Growing up in the heart of the Yakima Valley wine country, he may never thought about making a sweet to pair with the plethora of award-winning red wines produced locally.
He called this morning’s presentation to the Daybreak Rotary club a 101 primer in the history of the Jihad.
Local police issue alert for bogus demands
Callers telling local residents they are from the Internal Revenue Service are part of a scam.
Her door is always open to parents and, more than anything, she wants to communicate with the parents of the 850 high school students in her charge.
Locals getting ready for Lent
Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of the Lenten season.
It’s finally open today. Well, sort of, said Sunnyside Ace Hardware owner Dennis Allen.
Everyone gets a crown.
She has met famous people, was an early proponent of recycling clothing and a jogger before it became a popular form of exercise.
Next weekend will be an opportunity for wine enthusiasts from around the state to meet winemakers here in the Yakima Valley.
A building at 223 W. Wine Country Road is a one-stop center for building, locating, buying and financing a new home.
By 1:30 p.m. yesterday organizers of the Project Homeless Connect were calling the event a huge success.
The death of a Colorado teenager has sparked a nationwide movement to encourage children to be kind to one another.
Survey set for Wednesday
Those who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless will find help at the annual Project Homeless Connect from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph’s Catholic Parish Center, 921 S. Sixth St.
He is only nine years old but he is facing the biggest fight of his life.
Overflow crowd mourns local leader
Hundreds turned out yesterday for a memorial service to honor a Lower Valley man described as “humble and authentic.”
In just a few weeks the U. S. Peace Corps will lose the services of a Sunnyside native.
Though still feeling the pain from losing Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District Manager Jim Trull, who died Saturday, staff press on with a three-person management team for the time being.