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State crews sent in to help fight Bickleton-area wildfire

Firefighters battling a raging blaze near Bickleton received some much needed help yesterday.

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CARE out of the mix with groundwater group

Helen Reddout and her organization, CARE (Community Association for Restoration of the Environment), resigned from the Lower Yakima Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee Thursday night via a statement read by Jean Mendoza of the Friends of Toppenish Creek.

Aid calls bring out Sunnyside firemen

Sunnyside firemen responded to five aid calls in the past 24 hours.

Process underway to return grizzly bears to Washington state’s Cascade Mountains

Grizzly bears may be reintroduced into the wilds of Washington state.

Grandview Port puts the development in community development

The Port of Grandview is living up to the Community Development Award it received from the Grandview Chamber of Commerce earlier this year.

CEO search on for Inspire

The Sunnyside-based Inspire Development Centers is looking for a new CEO.

Cemetery Road sprinkler mistaken for burglar

Yakima County Sheriff deputies responded last night (Thursday) to a report of a possible burglary in the 2200 block of Cemetery Road near Sunnyside.

Mabton police field few calls

Mabton police investigated a report of an unwanted guest in the 700 block of Washington Street early this morning (Friday).

Routine calls for Sunnyside cops

Sunnyside police have investigated seven reports of suspicious activity during the past 24 hours.

Sunnyside City Council Agenda

Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Law & Justice Center

Mabton School Board Agenda

Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. at Mabton School District Conference Room

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Martial arts award winners

Two Sunnyside youths last Saturday performed well during the Battle on the Columbia Martial Arts Tournament in Richland.

Replacing police commander will take a bit of time

Filling Phil Schenck’s shoes won’t be a quick or simple process for the Sunnyside Police Department.

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Ceremony honors new Eagle Scouts

ZILLAH - Grandview’s Boy Scout Troop 643 presented scouting’s highest award, Eagle Scout, recently to three young men at a Court of Honor held in Zillah.

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