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Snoopy on point

It’s the final weekend to catch the Sunnyside High School drama department’s presentation of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Tonight’s (Friday) performance is at 7 p.m. on the SHS auditorium stage.

Show ‘n Shine fundraiser set for March 21

Sunnyside High School’s 11th annual Show ‘n Shine is slated for Saturday, March 21, at Clem Senn Field.

‘Fluffy’ comedy show tickets on sale

YAKIMA – Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, one of America’s most successful stand-up comedians, will be on stage at the Yakima Valley SunDome on Friday, March 20.

Pruning class offered Feb. 28

YAKIMA – The Yakima Area Arboretum will host a tree pruning class on Saturday, Feb. 28. Gardeners and homeowners can learn proper pruning techniques for shaping trees and shrubs to create healthy, long lasting plants. Certified arborist Sean Tait of Inland Arbor and experts at the Yakima Area Arboretum will teach participants the proper time to prune, the best cuts, what to do with an overgrown shrub or tree and how to fix past pruning disasters.

Junior art show on exhibit

PENDLETON, ORE. – In its fourth year, ArtWORKz 2015 Junior Art Show & Competition at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute in Pendleton has opened with 99 submissions from young artists as far away as The Dalles, Kennewick, Boardman and even South Dakota.

Grandview Library event geared for kids

GRANDVIEW – The Grandview Library is hosting “Take Your Child to the Library Day” on Saturday, Feb. 14.

Senior center activities on tap

The Sunnyside Senior Center has planned three events in the coming weeks.

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‘Altar Egos’ opens next Friday

The cast of Valley Theater Company’s “Altar Egos” perform the scene “Three-ring circus,” in which planning a wedding becomes a riot of chaos. The Princess Theatre curtain rises on “Altar Egos” next Friday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m.

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Time to relax

Sun Terrace Assisted Living and Retirement Community resident Bertha Van Corbach prepares to enjoy a nice glass of wine during the facility’s happy hour held this past Friday.

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Retired teacher helps adults recognize skills and talents

After more than 10 years of teaching middle and high school students, Brenda Tatum-Carlson retired. But it wasn’t long before she decided she wanted to return to the classroom, this time to work with adults.

City of Sunnyside’s top firefighters afforded accolades

The Sunnyside Fire Department recently recognized its outstanding firefighters for 2014.

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One holdout among Seattle’s ‘Super’ fans

Staff at Bleyhl Farm Services show their support for their favorite Super Bowl team.

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Go Hawks!

Showing their support for the Seattle Seahawks at Super Bowl XLIX are 540 Sun Valley Elementary School kindergarteners, who took to their playground Thursday morning to spell out “49” in Roman numerals.

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Seahawk fever