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Talent show brings out community’s creative side

Leadership students host fundraiser

The High School leadership class’ 17th annual Hospice Talent Show is 7 p.m. Saturday.

Teaching kitchen debuts at clinic

Facility is part of new Toppenish campus

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic nutrition services is unveiling its new teaching kitchen in the coming weeks.

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Local VEX robotics teams headed for state

Teams host area schools Saturday

With several competitions under their belts the School District’s VEX Robotics teams will host a second regional contest Saturday at the high school gym, 1801 E. Edison Ave.

Shooting suspect still on the loose

Official: Wapato man is a known gang member

The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking a local man two weeks after he was named a suspect in a shooting that injured two people.

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Burglar hits burned-out business

Snow helps officer catch Sunnyside suspect at home

A local man is accused of repeatedly burglarizing a burned-out downtown business.

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Director takes the helm at Prosser center

Research eyes protection for hops, grapes

As new director of the Clean Plant Center Northwest, Scott Harper will help growers stop devastating crop viruses before they gain a foothold.

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Lower Yakima Valley digs out from snow storm

Forecast shows a warm up and rain on the way

Schools, colleges, cities and even an entire county shut down yesterday due to a storm expected to bring up to five inches of snow in some areas.

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State leasing land in Horse Heaven Hills

Bids due April 6 for 3,000 acres with water

A state agency will offer 3,000 acres for lease in the Horse Heaven Hills.

Crashes injure two

Two people are recovering from injuries today after two unrelated crashes yesterday.

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Back to school

Grandview schools welcomed the community to a morning-long event yesterday.

Newhouse backs food donation bill

Congressman Dan Newhouse is one of the sponsors of legislation that would promote food donation.

Land sales approved

The Wahluke School District will buy 20.47 acres of farm land with an appraised market value of $320,000.

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Cheer squad 6th in division at state

State appearance second in 10 years

The Sunnyside Cheerleading team won sixth-place in the non-tumbling co-ed division at the state competition.

Vikings fall to Kittitas

The Vikings lost Tuesday’s game 56-76 against Kittitas.

Vikings girls secure win

The Vikings girls basketball team defeated Kittitas, 66-36, Tuesday.

Skills clinic on tap Sunday

A local basketball organization for youth is hosting a skills challenge from 10 to 11:45 a.m. Sunday.

Ski area closed today

Snow slides on U.S. 12 closed the highway, resulting in the closure of the ski area yesterday and today.

Postseason hoops action under way

District basketball action started earlier this week for Sunnyside Christian High School and continues tonight for several Lower Yakima Valley teams.

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Bowling league champs

Kobie Abrams, Kaycee Colley and Kale Abrams — Special K — are the Junior League champions at Sunnyside’s Valley Lanes for the fall season.