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Grandview schools name superintendent finalists

One candidate, Kurt H. Hilyard, was also a finalists for the top schools job in Sunnyside

Three finalists compete to replace Kevin Chase as Grandview schools chief

Yakima woman dies from crash injuries

Driver hits powerpole along Interstate 90 near Cle Elum

Jerri H. King was pronounced dead at Harborview Medical Center today; her daughter was transported to Kittitas Valley Healthcare

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Deferred prosecution approved in Cole DUI case

Sunnyside School District Superintendent "Rick" Cole ordered to pay costs, serve five years probation

Sunnyside School District Superintendent Richard "Rick" Dean Cole agrees to deferred prosecution in DUI case involving alleged drunken driving of school vehicle

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Drama club presents spring musical

Burgerville opens April 29

A love story about a fry cook and a dental hygienist student is featured in Grandview High School Drama Club’s spring musical, Burgerville.

Art showcase scheduled

“Tri ART for Giving” is an art exhibition, contest and fundraiser that kicks off later this month from 6-9 p.m. April 29 at the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center, 1943 Columbia Park Trail.

Shrek is coming to Zillah

Shrek, The big green ogre himself is coming to the Z Center Stage Theater at the high school in May for five appearances.

Get ready for a new event

A Pacific Northwest Barbecue Association-sanctioned barbecue contest is moving to Vintner’s Village in June.

Barrel tasting, tours underway this weekend

Barrel tasting, vineyard tours and trail rides are the theme this weekend during Spring Barrel Tasting weekend in the Rattlesnake Mountain wine area.

Wildhorse to host symphony fundraiser

Wildhorse Resort and Casino’s Civic Circle will be hosting the Oregon East Symphony June 11.

1936: School gets first electrical light services

A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun

Farmers’ success is theme

A workshop to help Yakima Valley farms meet the growing demand for Washington-grown food is the theme of a Wholesale Success Workshop to take place May 3.

Donate blood, save lives

The American Red Cross, in observance of World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day, May 8, is encouraging the public to support the organization with a donation.

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Students remind motorist not to text and drive

Local club focuses on safety

The Sierra Vista Middle School Prevention Club took lunch time to promote traffic safety Wednesday.

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The new era of book publishing

Former Sunnyside resident talks about being an author

The publishing world has changed with the explosion of e-books.

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Greyhounds softball win at home

The Grandview softball team beat Toppenish during yesterday’s doubleheader.

Granger falls to La Salle

The Spartans boys and girls tennis teams were defeated by La Salle last night.

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Grizzlies win big at home track meet

Linde leads the way by winning three events

The Grizzlies track team hosted the first league meet of the season with Wenatchee and West Valley.

Christian Women meet

Lower Valley Christian Women Connect meet at 11:15 a.m. May 10 at the Barn Restaurant, 490, Wine Country Road.

Choir to perform

The African Children’s Choir will perform at 7 p.m. on April 24 in the Kennewick High School auditorium 500 S. Dayton St.

Open door to new directions

In 1998, I was at a crossroads in life while my wife and I lived in Colorado.