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Maria E. Ramos


S’side league bowling report


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Flag football league inspiring strong efforts in the classroom

MABTON – Trouble on the playground has led to an organized fourth grade football league in Mabton.

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Sunnyside Club Volleyball wraps up season

Approximately 60 girls will wrap up a nearly six-month commitment of sorts this month with the conclusion of the Sunnyside Club Volleyball season.

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Unseasonable weather cause for much trepidation

The calendar still says winter, but grain and fruit crops in Washington may already think it’s spring.

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Wildlife rescue experts hit the ground running

Experts with FOCUS Wildlife arrived in the Sunnyside area just two days ago and quickly began an assessment of the area along Sulfur Creek wasteway and Yakima River to find wildlife that has been impacted by the recent oil spill on the Deaton property along Outlook Road.

Farm lease foiled by drainage problems

GRANDVIEW – After learning of drainage issues on a portion of 24.4 acres at Byam Business Park, Port of Grandview commissioners decided they may delay leasing the property for a year.

Changes to state’s public records request laws currently being considered in Olympia

OLYMPIA - State and local agencies may charge a processing fee for public records sought for commercial purposes, under terms of a proposal considered by the 2015 legislature.

March 12 artwork deadline looms for exhibit in Sunnyside

The Sunnyside Museum will host an ongoing art exhibit through the spring and summer months.

Robotics tourney to be held this Saturday morning

The Eastern Washington VEX Robotics State Championships will be held this Saturday, March 7, at Sunnyside High School.

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Sample grand prize winner at Sunnyside science fair

This past Monday a number of students in Sunnyside learned the results of their hard work at the annual Sunnyside Science Fair awards ceremony.

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Oil spill affects wildlife

Clean-up efforts along Sulphur Creek and the Yakima River are well underway, and as clean-up continues officials say their attention now turns to the wildlife affected by the oil spill that was discovered this past Sunday on the former Monson feedlot property.