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Museum hosts first-ever spring open house this Saturday

This coming Saturday, April 26, the Sunnyside Historical Museum will host its first-ever spring open house.

Push back

I just got off the phone with a very annoying person, who said he was from the Microsoft Technical Department, and that I had a very dangerous virus he wanted to help me fix.

Walk your way to better health

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you give me some tips on starting a walking program?

Why I taught my daughters how to be ambassadors in the fifth grade

Both of my daughters got a passport when they graduated from the fifth grade.

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Granger royalty

The Miss Granger and Little Miss Granger pageants, staged last Friday, resulted in the crowing of...

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Hunting trophies

Eduardo and Gisselle Ledesma show off full baskets of eggs after a successful race at the annual Easter egg hunt...

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Over-arching colors

A rainbow, reflecting nature’s majesty, covers downtown Sunnyside.

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More time for moratoriums

State delays marijuana applications for cities imposing bans

Even as county and city governments struggle to deal with the legalization of marijuana and its impact on businesses and law enforcement agencies, non-profit organizations, like Sunnyside United, are wading through murky waters dealing with the impact I-502 may have on the youth in their communities.

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Miss Sunnyside Court shows its Egyptian moves

It wasn’t quite dark enough for torchlights last night, Thursday, when the Sunnyside community float Egyptian Treasure made its way through downtown during its pre-parade season debut.

City considers park possibility

The city of Sunnyside is considering the possibility of turning a property at 1313 S. Sixth St. into a new park.

SHS youth plans Easter egg hunt

The Sunnyside High School leadership class will be turning Clem Senn Football Stadium into a giant Easter egg hunting ground tomorrow, Saturday.

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Groundwater committee discusses consequences of nitrate problem

GRANGER – Some drinking water in the Lower Valley may contain a higher concentration of nitrates than is allowed by the EPA. The Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee learned at its Thursday night meeting about the consequences of such contamination.

Board approves staff changes

GRANDVIEW – Last Monday night the Grandview School Board of Directors approved a number of personnel changes, including a request for a leave of absence from second grade teacher Juana Barcenas of Smith Elementary School.

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