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Tony-nominated play coming to Prosser

PROSSER – Six years after it opened on Broadway and earned a Tony nomination as 2009’s best play, 33 Variations will be performed by the Valley Theater Company at the Princess Theatre in Prosser on Friday and Saturday, April 24-25, and Friday and Saturday, May 1-2.

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St. Joseph Church restoring its athletic field for kids

Sunnyside’s St. Joseph Church is making a commitment to provide local youngsters with a place to play organized sports.

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Lack of programs for youths frustrating parks and rec officials

As if on cue, while the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Board of Directors sat in the lobby of the Sunnyside Community Center discussing the lack of organized programs for the city’s youth, a young girl entered the building to ask what programs might be open to her.

Driving safely with dementia and knowing when to quit

Is it safe for seniors with dementia to drive, and if so, when should they stop?

Sounds of travel

Do you ever pay attention to the sounds of travel?

Are you a boiled frog…or an evolved human?

If you drop a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will immediately leap out.

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Imperial Printing adds x-ray technician to staff

Rachel Fernandez just started working at downtown Sunnyside’s Imperial Screen Printing and Embroidery, but she’s already enjoying the work.

Grandview City Council Agenda

Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 7 p.m. at Grandview City Hall

Sunnyside City Council Agenda

Monday, April 13, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center

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Sunnyside clinic reaches out to local community

Staff from Lincoln Family Medicine and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/Center for Community Health Promotion were on-hand this past Saturday to help Sunnyside residents learn more about the services available in the community.

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Poetry, glass and art on the horizon this year at Maryhill Museum

GOLDENDALE – While its 75th anniversary season got underway last month, Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale has all sorts of events in store for patrons later this spring and summer.

Teacher appreciates Rotarians’ classroom efforts

Learning takes on a different feel when a person can see up close the layers that have gone into transforming a single grain of sand into a rock the size of a child’s head.