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She speaks for herself

Woman uses ventriloquism to share message

Recovering from a near fatal automobile accident in the late 1960s, Faye Pruitt found that her faith needed help to bring her back from despair.

1956: Police make arrests after crime spree

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

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Sunnyside restaurant hosting art show

In an effort to give local artists an opportunity for more exposure, the city’s Arts Commission has launched what it hopes will be a rolling art show.

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Making memories at Drama Camp

“Seussical the Musical” boot camp actresses, left to right, Kaelyn White, Mia Garcia and Grayee Morris, show off “crazy day” attire yesterday.

Monster movie night planned

Hisey “Dinosaur” Park will be the location for a free, outdoor showing of Jurassic World Friday as soon as it is dark.

Tri-Chamber social planned

A Tri-Chamber Social will be from 5:30-7:30 p.m. June 23 at Yakima Valley College’s Vintners tasting room, 110 Grandridge Road.

Get creative this summer

Extra Mile Student Center is again offering summer creative workshops starting in July.

Benefit bridge party planned

Area bridge players are invited to a special fundraising card party at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Sunnyside Mini Mall, 214 S. Sixth St.

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Celebrating Dairy Month - history

George “The Milkman” Johnson of Sunnyside greets Payton Sample to the newest exhibit Sunday at Sunnyside Museum, 704 S. Fourth St.

Free meals being served

The School District is offering free meals beginning today for children ages one to 18.

Clinic to honor first graduates

A local clinic on Friday will celebrate its first graduates from a residency program.

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Retirement ceremony honors the flag

Yakama Warrior Corky Ambrose of Toppenish, center, explains the significance of properly disposing of American flags during a retirement ceremony on the ninth hole at Black Rock Creek Golf Course last night.

Yakima Federal names high school scholarship winners

Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Association is awarding $1,500 each to 63 seniors from high schools throughout Central Washington.

Dairymen aid in hunger fight

Yakima Valley dairy families donate 500 gallons of Darigold milk each week to Second Harvest’s Pasco distribution center as part of the “Dairy for Life” program.