Week of March 27-31

Nominees sought for banquet

Award nominations due Tuesday

Planning for the 2017 Spirit of Sunnyside Awards Banquet, a celebration of all thing great about the community, is well under way, organizers said.

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1967: Warehouse fire causes $155,000 in damages

Lloyd Miller, H.N. Dryer and George Rodman were appointed to canvas the Sunnyside area to establish the 2,000 acres needed to ensure success for a sugar beet factory.

Book sale announced

Friends of Grandview Library will have a spring book sale March 24-25 at the library, 500 W. Main St.

Center seeks volunteers

The Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima and Kittitas counties will offer a 12-hour long training program next month.

Libraries set craft times

Two Lower Yakima Valley libraries will have craft times Tuesday.

‘Snake chase’ planned

A local winery will celebrate its annual “Chasing the Snakes out of the Vineyards” event tomorrow.

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Grandview teenager offers to interpret as senior project

Magdeli Quiroz sees a future career as an interpreter

Grandview High School senior Magdeli Quiroz knows first-hand the stress it can cause when a doctor and a parent can’t communicate with each other.

Chess club is Monday

The local library, 621 Grant Ave., will host the after-school chess club.

Nature camp planned

The Yakima Area Arboretum is accepting reservations for a two-month nature day camp.

IRS seeks volunteers

The Internal Revenue Service is seeking volunteers to serve on the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel.

Society offers scholarship

The Washington State Grape Society is accepting applications for a scholarship to those engaged in a field of study relating to the growing and processing of grapes.

Registration under way

It’s time to start getting students registered for kindergarten.