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She’s a company gal

Having worked with two Bleyhl Farm Service managers and having survived a massive company expansion nearly 10 years ago, Fran Houser knows a lot about the 50-year-old regional farm co-op.

Sunnyside man completes basic combat training

Army Pvt. Matthew F. Miller has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

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1945: World War II POW returned to Sunnyside

100 YEARS AGO…(1915)

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Sales manager uses social networking to help meet needs of local folks

Seeing a familiar face, knowing the person looking to sell you that new washer and dryer has your best interest in mind can be a strong motivator for community members visiting Aaron’s in Sunnyside.

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Morning Milk memories

Sunnysider recalls father’s role in Carnation plant start-up

Betty Taylor was an eighth grader in the fall of 1941 when her father, Jacob Swynenburg, pushed the button to start the production line at this city’s Morning Milk plant.

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She is nurse to 1,500 ‘patients’

Being a health provider to more than 1,500 Sunnyside school students calls for a special kind of person. A person who is a combination of gentle, compassionate and yet possesses a firm attitude, just the sort of personality one would expect a school nurse to have.

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White House visit for Sunnyside man comes with surprises

A trip to Washington D.C. earlier this month included a few surprises for Sunnyside’s Rey Pascua.

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‘People person’ loves finding that perfect dress

Rosa Calva is the manager of Fashion Corner in Sunnyside, and enjoys her job and the people she works with. She said helping women find the perfect dress is a delight

Port plans for office transition

The next finance officer responsible for maintaining the Port of Sunnyside’s run of perfect audits will be Nikki Jech.