Glancing back through the Sunnyside Sun/Daily Sun News pages, here is a sampling of the stories published thoughout the years reflecting everything that made the Sun the original voice of the community.
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GRANGER — The singing duo Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth made a special appearance at Granger’s Roosevelt Grade School on Thursday, March 5 where they debuted a new song written by four 4th grade students.
SUNNYSIDE — A crab feast to help raise much needed funds for Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care clients will be held Saturday, March 20, in the Anthology Event Center, 706 Williams Blvd., Richland, Hospice executive director Shelby Moore announced.
SUNNYSIDE — The Sunnyside High School Auditorium was bustling as student actors prepared to present “Peter Pan,” the Broadway musical version of the classic tale for Outlook Elementary on Feb. 27.
PROSSER — Valley Theatre Company Directors Kimberly Starr and L.J. DaCorsi, are seeking adults and students eighth grade and up to audition for Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic musical farce, “The Pirates of Penzance.”
SUNNYSIDE — Since attending his first Lighted Farm Implement Parade more than six years ago, Holt Morris dreamed of having his own entry in the iconic parade.
GRANDVIEW — Fresh evergreens, the symbol of honor and a living tribute, will be placed on the tombstones of American veterans Saturday, Dec. 14 at 9 a.m. at the Grandview Cemetery, 943 N. Elm St.
LOWER VALLEY — While the big show was in Sunnyside this past week, with its 31st Lighted Farm Implement Parade and Christmas Market, Sixth Lighted Kids Parade, Festival of Trees, other valley towns were also celebrating the first weekend of December as the official start of the holiday season.
GRANDVIEW — Monday Madness Pinochle Night is happening, on Mondays at 5 p.m. at the Grandview Community Senior Center, 812 Wallace Way. Area senior citizens are invited to attend.
Glancing back through the Sunnyside Sun pages, here is sampling of the stories published in 1969 reflecting everything that made the Sun the original voice of the community.
MABTON — Family traditions are the centerpiece to holiday gatherings, and for the Hernandez kinfolks, football has been a part of their Thanksgiving Day celebration for more than 65-years as 25 team members ran onto Keith Morris Field in pursuit of gridiron glory on Thursday, Nov. 28.
SUNNYSIDE — Following a light sprinkling of snow blanketed the Rattlesnake Hills from the night before in the background, 114 participants dressed up in their warmest running attire and worked up an early appetite during the Sunnyside Christian Childcare Center Turkey Trot 5K on Thursday, Nov. 28.
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- Local COVID-19 testing centers open
- Power tools spark house blaze
- Luis Rivera Salgado
- Retired but not quite finished
- Toppenish Agri Beef employees seek answers in COVID-19 death
- City’s largest festival succumbs to COVID19
- Abandoned school building destroyed in early morning fire
- Larry Den Boer retires today
- School districts tackle feeding kids at home