Scarecrows sought

A contest to dress-up downtown city streets for autumn is the theme of a scarecrow design promotion being sponsored by the Historic Downtown Prosser Association.

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1916: Board rejects bids

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

Author is library guest

A Civil War living history event, featuring author Nick K. Adams of Lakewood, will be at 4 p.m.

Mural Society fundraiser set

A Mural Society annual fundraiser is scheduled at 6 p.m. Oct. 8 at the Toppenish Eagles, 515 S. Division St.

Kissing dogs for cash

Animal lovers will have an opportunity to love on canines at the Smooch a Pooch booth at the Harvest Festival as part of the Great Prosser Balloon Rally this weekend.

Royalty dinner set

A fundraiser to benefit the Miss Prosser Court will be at the Eagles Aeries, 1205 Bennett Ave., Oct. 1. The prime rib dinner will be from 5:30 -7 p.m. A silent auction is also planned.

Art exhibition on display

Heritage University is hosting the PUSH Exhibition in the Virginia S. Hislop Gallery in Petrie Hall on its Fort Road campus through Oct. 26.

Evangelist in pulpit Sunday

Songwriter and evangelist Johnny Ramirez will be leading the worship hour at Cornerstone Assembly of God Church, 400 North Ave., beginning at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

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Local 4-H hoping for more blue ribbons

Diamond and Tanzanite are bathed and ready for their outing at the Central Washington State Fair.



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Travel agent turns author to help clients

Finally, a travel book of practical packing and safety advice for extended trips.

Renaissance fair planned

The 30th annual Ye Merrie Greenwood Renaissance Fair has a new home.

Wearable art sought

An exclusive “Wearable Art” Fashion Show will be in the Modern Living Building at Central Washington State Fair tomorrow.

Arts event planned

Art submissions are being sought for Washington State University’s annual Night with the Arts.