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Primates should not be kept as pets

You may not be considering a chimpanzee or macaque as your next household pet, but shockingly others are keeping them in their homes.

Pet owners are costing us all money

Mabton has been having “doggie round-ups,” collecting dogs running loose on the streets, on week nights and weekends.


Councilman’s remarks dehumanizing


I am writing in support of John Fannin’s personal column in last Friday’s edition of the Daily Sun News, “Time for cops to cut ties with Raines.”

Noe Yebras-Zepeda


Frank “Woody” W. Norwood


Continue addressing emptiness of prayers forgotten

“God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble” (Psalm 46:1).

Golf tourney, banquet slated to promote good marriages

Couples are invited to attend the Healthy Marriage Golf Tournament and Banquet at Cherry Hill Golf Course in Granger on Saturday, Sept. 20.

Zombie hunt planned for Halloween

Halloween just got more exciting in Granger as everyone in town is invited to participate in a zombie hunt...

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Port district secures final loans for anaerobic digester construction

During a special meeting held yesterday (Wednesday), Port of Sunnyside Commissioners Jim Grubenhoff and Arnold Martin authorized Director Jay Hester to sign loan documents associated with Benton REA’s rural development loan grant program.

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Panda Bear instructor well on her way to earning college degree

Catalina Bazaldua is fulfilling an educational goal she once never thought possible.

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Dog park very close to becoming a reality

GRANDVIEW – The Grandview City Council will at its Tuesday, Sept. 9, meeting consider whether or not to approve an agreement with the Grandview Dog Park Committee.

Motive unclear for shooting in Outlook

OUTLOOK – Yakima County Sheriff detectives are still on the hunt for those responsible for killing a man and maiming two others last Monday night.

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Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care services made available to many in community

Sunnyside Daybreak Rotary members were presented with a pop quiz Wednesday morning in celebration of the first day of school in the Sunnyside School District…and to test their knowledge about hospice care.