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Class of ’67 enjoyed local stay, planner said about reunion

When the Sunnyside High School class of 1967 met for its 50th class reunion Aug. 4-5, they came away with rave reviews, reunion chairman Eva (Urrutia) Garcia said.

CIA pancake breakfast set

The CIA Coalition’s general meeting will feature a pancake breakfast at its partner recruitment meeting at 8 a.m. Thursday at the Bethel Community Church, 270 N. Gap Road.

Sunday gospel music time

The Gospel Messenger Singers will be the featured musicians for old-fashioned Gospel Jamboree, at 2 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Grace Brethren Church 428 B. St.

Summer reading round-up

A pre-eclipse party is planned as part of the Build a Better World summer reading program wrap-up set for 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday at the community library, 621 Grant. Ave.

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Hanford clean-up continues

But the end is not in sight

It will be closer to the end of the century before the Hanford Nuclear Reservation clean-up will be completed, if then.

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Steppin’ out for the trophy

The Sunnyside Grizzettes cheer squad won first place Thursday at the Grandview Chamber of Commerce Community Parade in the youth dance division.

A rare cancer plagues local woman

Woman raising awareness for NET

When Peggy Rosales, 63, started experiencing trouble in her stomach, she had no idea the breath-taking pain was being caused by a rare form of disease.

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Man on New York dean’s list

Colgate University Class of 2019 member Michael Rodriguez, of Grandview, has earned the spring 2017 Dean’s Award with Distinction.

New Bible study begins

A new study “Breathe” by Priscilla Shirer, will be introduced at the Women’s Fellowship and Bible study group at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 6, at the Sunnyside Christian Reformed Church, 700 N. 16th St.

Health options explained

A symposium to help senior citizens navigate the social security resources available will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Aug. 22, at the Harman Senior Center, 101 North 65th Ave.

Back to school pep talk set

“Brave Enough to Fail,” a motivational program by Wayne Winsley, will be presented at the Grandview High School on Monday at 6 p.m.

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Ambassador at the fair

Yakima Valley Dairy Ambassador Madison Bosma presents top honors to fellow ambassador Cobi Van Slageren at the Yakima Valley Fair an last week.

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Camp for princesses-to-be

The camp where little girls learn how to smile, wave and how to turn pretty feet - all necessary skills for becoming a princess - came to an end Friday.

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