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Summer celebration

Children in Prosser Library’s summer reading program celebrate yesterday during a party in the park.

Grandview Library offers new reading program

We ‘transform’ lives every day

The Library is now part of Libraries Transform, a public awareness and advocacy campaign about what libraries and librarians do for and with people.

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Babies race at diaper-dropping speeds

Prosser boy wins 31st Diaper Derby

The need for speed was evident in aspiring young racers Saturday afternoon with the winner of the 31st annual Diaper Derby clocking in a lightning-fast time of 6.07 seconds.

Sawhorses, stories earn cash awards

Critter Tales draws entries from all ages

The winners of the Decorated Critter and Critter Tale contests saw the Lower Valley Knitting Club’s peacock as the first-place winner in the senior division of the Foundation for the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.

Firemen’s breakfast set

The annual Fire’s breakfast will be served at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 at the station house, 513 S. Eighth St.

Housing funded boosted

The Catholic Family and Child Services’ Young Adult Housing Program, with branches in the lower valley, has been awarded a $130,597 grant to provide housing resources for young adults.

Jamboree features new musicians

The August Gospel Jamboree will welcome newcomers Paul and Stephanie Melton as its featured guests.

Granger group to host yard sale

The annual Granger Historical Society yard sale will be the topic of the 1 p.m. Thursday meeting in the Scout Cabin 102 Main St.

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Open, horticulture awards named

In the horticulture classifications, 4-H exhibitor Hayden Schloss of the Valley Critter Sitters Club took home top honors at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo last week.

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Miss Sunnyside Candidate

Naila Rodriguez

The Miss Sunnyside Pageant is not the first gala for this candidate.

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Exhibit honors Latino families

Library seeks more locals to share stories

The life of an early Yakima Valley disc jockey is one of the individuals featured in the new public exhibition now on display at the Community Library, 621 Grant Ave.

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