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Lady Pirates varsity succumbs in five to Zillah Leopard JV

Last night’s volleyball match between the Bickleton Lady Pirates varsity and Zillah’s JV squad was exciting to watch, but ultimately a disappointment for the home team.

Lady Knights win

In its season debut, the 2B Mabton Lady Viking volleyball team fell 3-0 Thursday night to visiting 1B Sunnyside Christian.

GHS thumps Davis in three straight

The 2A Grandview Lady Greyhound volleyball team had something to prove Thursday evening against the host 4A Davis Pirates.

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Prosser rallies from behind to subdue SHS Lady Grizzlies

The Sunnyside volleyball team dropped its first regulation length match of the season to Prosser last night. It was a back-and-forth affair through five sets of action, but the Lady Grizzlies fell short.

Bickleton x-country runner fifth at 10-team competition

Highland High School cross-country runner Rodrigo Ventura set the pace on the flat 1.75-mile course set up by the Yakama Nation team yesterday (Thursday) in Toppenish.

Fred E. Hayes Post 57 develops awards program to recognize student-athletes

Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion has decided to sponsor a program to recognize student-athletes who are the top scholars in their respective sport at Grandview High School.

Restore your faith in G’view next Monday

The public is invited to a free evangelical event on Monday, Sept. 15, at Reale Hall (600 Stover Road) in Grandview.

Start each day with confidence and joy

Like a Ponzi scheme gone charitable, the Ice Bucket Challenge has taken over the waning days of summer. At the rate we’re going, 90 percent of the country will have been doused by the time the frost is on the pumpkin.

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Putting trust in God is an ongoing process

Despite a life-changing realization that helped her deal with her husband’s death, Tanja Gorham said she still has times when she forgets to place her trust in God.

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‘Blessing of animals’ event to be held this coming Sunday

A “Blessing of Animals” church service will be held this coming Sunday, Sept. 14, at 10 a.m. at Sunnyside’s Central Park.

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1954: Construction of Pacific Power service center set to start in Sunnyside

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

Birds at risk because of global warming

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National Audubon Society scientists have announced that nearly half our birds are threatened by global warming.

Math teacher fondly remembered

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I read Mr. Jacobson’s obituary this week with a tear in my eyes.

Nuts in the valley

In honor of his entirely fictional pet squirrel, Doc is calling the annual golf tournament the Chipper Invitational this year.

Paulsen for county cleriff

I’m at my wit’s end trying to figure out the messy county races we have to decide this November.

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The media’s lynching of Ray Rice

Let’s get to the burning national media issue of the week - Ray Rice and spousal abuse.

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Diehard fan of Seahawks loves being supervisor for Sunnyside Housing Authority

A tip from a friend landed Brad Denson with a job he has now held for 34 years.

New quilting group forms in Sunnyside

The newly established Friendship Square quilting group is meeting on the second Monday of each month from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Christian Reformed Church in Sunnyside.

Fundraiser Oct. 28

Life Options will be holding its fall fundraiser at Neighborhood Church in Sunnyside on Tuesday, Oct. 28, starting at 6 p.m.