Patrick Shelby

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Grave conditions improve

Jessica Alcaraz’s love for her grandmother, Casimira Torres came full circle on Dec. 22, 2018 as she and her family gathered together to witness her reunion with her husband, Juan, once more during a burial ceremony at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens.

January 22, 2019 noon read more..

Black History 101 Mobile Museum drives home message

The Black History 101 Mobile Museum rolled into the Lower Valley to deliver an authentic message in an engaging presentation about the African-American experience to nearly 200 students through a diverse exhibit with a theme called, “the Signature Series,” at Yakima Valley College last Thursday.

January 16, 2019 noon read more..

Coach’s technical foul earns players respect

SHS Head Coach Bruce Siebol’s passion for protecting his team from getting pushed around reached a boiling point with referees, and with 2:28 remaining in the second quarter, Siebol received a technical foul and was ejected from the game against visiting Eastmont in a home conference loss, 76-59 Friday night.

January 16, 2019 noon read more..

Knights elevate above the rim in win

New nylon nets, heavenly white in color, lined the orange rims with revered authority while Sunnyside Christian’s Ross Faber hung from the cylinder to keep the jammed cords perfectly aligned as he and his teammates won their first conference game against visiting Trout Lake 68-42 Friday night.

January 9, 2019 noon read more..

Rooting for the home team

On Saturday night, I made it over to the Sunnyside Eagles Aerie Lodge #2927 and attended the benefit for Diego Mendoza. I had never been there before.

January 9, 2019 noon read more..

SHS varsity basketball alumni strengthen program with interaction

When the opportunity to lace up their retro-style, Chuck Taylor high tops in support of the Sunnyside High School Boys Basketball summer program and to celebrate the start of the 2018-19 season, old school varsity Grizzly players showed just how much hardwood spirit remains in their soulful sneakers.

January 9, 2019 noon read more..

Lady Knights regain shooting touch against Mustangs

Sunnyside Christian High School’s Sydney Banks ignited her team’s offensive charge from the opening tip-off to the final buzzer as the Lady Knights soundly defeated the Mustangs from Trout Lake in a conference home game 64-26, Friday evening.

January 9, 2019 noon read more..

Stackhouse Bridge Replacement contract awarded

The Stackhouse Bridge Replacement project bid offered by Highmark Concrete Contractors, LLC of Buckley, Wash. for $669,555.50 was accepted during the City of Sunnyside City Council Workshop at the Law and Justice Center Monday evening.

January 9, 2019 noon read more..

Cowboy community ropes in support for long-time wrangler

Like his dad and uncles who worked cattle in Mexico, Diego Mendoza was born to be a cowboy — a wrangler rope in one hand and set of steering reins in the other is what drives him to be out there on the range, living his authentic brand the only way he knows.

January 8, 2019 noon read more..

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