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‘Phantom’ on the harp

Harpist Bronn Journey entertains the crowd in Sunnyside High School’s auditorium yesterday during the final Lower Valley Community Concert of the season.

History winners host fundraiser

The School District’s National History Day 12-member delegation will host historical performances, at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.

Granger eyes new water line

The City Council meets at 6 p.m. tomorrow to consider the $60,000 water line project. The meeting is at City Hall, 102 Main St.

Suspect in custody

A 32-year-old local man will face eluding charges following a high speed chase Friday.

Trial dates postponed

Trials for two Lower Yakima Valley men were postponed during omnibus hearings last Thursday.

Prosser crash injures seven

Seven people are recovering from injuries suffered in a crash Friday night near milepost 82 on Interstate 82.

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Turbines to improve fish passage

Project could boost power production

Fish should have easier navigation through two Eastern Washington rivers thanks to new technology.

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District plans closures, delays

Visitors can expect delays and temporary closures through the duration of a project to improve two Forest Service roads.

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Body recovered near Granger

Man found in irrigation canal

Corporate sponsorship of national parks?

Whether I was a preschooler hiking in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a young adult spelunking in Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave or a father introducing his son to Shiloh National Military Park, I always believed I could enjoy America’s treasures without too much intrusion from Madison Avenue.

We should resist Obama’s edict

Today, President Obama’s administration is threatening our school districts — and every other district across the country — with legal action if they don’t obey his new edict on restroom use.

Relay for Life boosts morale, helps locals

In the past, a cancer diagnosis was considered a death sentence.

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1946: WWII gear showcased in Sunnyside

Northern Pacific Railway expanded its railroad to the area. Local merchants closed their shops and a band provided music for the fanfare.

FFA students making an impact at state convention

Prosser students winning awards

More than 40 Prosser High School students are in Pullman for the state’s annual FFA convention.

Prosser market now open

The community’s farmer’s market will open for the season from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at City Park at the intersection of South 7th Street and Sommer Avenue.

Local track teams compete

The Sunnyside track team competed at the Inter-City championships yesterday.

SCAC soccer all league selections

Ten Granger and Mabton players selected

The South Central Athletic Conference announced the soccer all-league selections for the 2016 season this week.

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District Champions

‘Hounds claim CWAC title

The Grandview soccer team defeated Quincy, 5-4, last night to secure the No. 1 seed at state, as well as the district title.

Park-n-Pak station fined

A local business will pay a $1,000 fine because a storage tank doesn’t comply with state standards.