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How Medicare covers in-home care

How does Medicare cover home health care?

Slight tweak in words can change your entire organization

A colleague and friend of mine was staying at a high-end casino hotel recently for a conference.

What’s keeping you up at night?

Last Friday, March 13, was World Sleep Day, sponsored by the World Association of Sleep Medications

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Former DJ finds herself helping CDL students realize their dreams

GRANDVIEW – To some Lower Valley residents, Dulce Curiel for many years was the voice pouring through the radio, sharing her life with them.

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Spirit of Sunnyside Award winners named

The Spirit of Sunnyside Awards Banquet last Saturday night honored people who have worked to make Sunnyside a better place to live and work.

Grandview chamber plans dinner/auction for Friday, March 20

“Welcome Back” is the theme of the Grandview Chamber of Commerce’s annual auction.

Hungry bears awakened to early spring

Due to unseasonably warm weather, bears are on the move early this year, prompting state wildlife managers to remind the public about ways to avoid conflicts with black bears.

Public use of BBQ Flats secured in recent deal

The state Board of Natural Resources this week authorized the Washington State Department of Natural Resources to proceed with a package of land transactions and infrastructure improvements that will assure permanent public access to BBQ Flats, a popular DNR-managed recreation area in northern Yakima County.

James Otto performance tomorrow

YAKIMA – James Otto, whose smash Country hit “Just Got Started Lovin” earned him a Grammy nomination in 2008, will be performing at the Seasons Performance Hall in Yakima tomorrow (Saturday).

Razor clam dig schedule will shift to morning tides March 21

State shellfish managers have approved a series of razor clam digs that start Monday, March 16, on evening tides, then switches to morning tides Saturday, March 21, for four additional days of digging.

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Roz Inga exhibit opening April 2

YAKIMA – Yakima Light Project Gallery will host an opening reception for its newest exhibit, “Roz Inga, Don’t Dim Your Light,” on Thursday, April 2.

Free day at state parks March 19

The Washington State Parks system turns 102-years-old on Thursday, March 19, and visitors are invited to help celebrate by getting out to enjoy a state park for free that day.

Easter egg hunt is on…April 4

GRANDVIEW – The Grandview Parks and Recreation Department is joining the Grandview Kiwanis Club in offering the delicious “Bunny Breakfast” prior to the annual Easter egg hunt in the community.

Chevelle tickets on sale now

KENNEWICK – Chevelle will perform Tuesday, Aug. 25, at the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo in Kennewick.