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Setting up the Cinco de Mayo carnival

Albert Kaus, 41, right, of the Rainier Amusement Carnival, sets up the Hampton Umbrella ride yesterday afternoon.

Weed hunters sought

The Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council is seeking volunteers to help hunt weeds.

Local youth to be honored

The High School Leadership Class is seeking nominations of outstanding youth.

Librarian hired at high school

The High School’s longtime librarian is retiring and a new librarian has been hired.

Leaders ready to wash cars

A car wash to raise funds for the American Cancer Society is planned from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday, at the Taco Bell parking lot, 2550 Yakima Valley Hwy.

Area residents earn degrees

Four area residents were among students graduating recently from Perry Technical Institute.

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Scholarship winners

Katelyn Banks of Sunnyside Christian High School and Zoila Cisneros of Sunnyside High School are this year’s recipients of the Sunnyside Noon Rotary Club Scholarships.

Friday is flower orders deadline

Friday is the deadline to order locally grown geraniums and wave petunias.

Volunteer judges needed

High school seniors will present their portfolios to a panel of judges May 16-18 as part of their graduation requirements.

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American Indian graduates honored

Heritage University honored its American Indian students who are earning their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in ceremonies at the Fort Road campus last Friday.

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Up in arms

Juan Loya and his sister Aracely take turns climbing into the arms of a Granger dinosaur statue at City Park.

Bronn and Katherine in concert May 15

The popular duo Bronn and Katherine Journey is returning to the High School auditorium at 3 p.m. May 15.

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1966: Linehan named school principal

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

University honors Sunnyside native

A 1977 Sunnyside High School graduate will be honored with membership in University of Florida’s Gold Humanism Honor Society.

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Special dancers

Members of the developmentally disabled community enjoy dancing to the music of the high school jazz band Sunday morning.