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Land sales approved

The Wahluke School District will buy 20.47 acres of farm land with an appraised market value of $320,000.

Newhouse backs food donation bill

Congressman Dan Newhouse is one of the sponsors of legislation that would promote food donation.

University sets a record

Washington State University set a record for spring semester enrollment.

District plans meetings

The Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District’s Board of Directors met twice today to discuss policies.

Canceled workshop

A City Council workshop was canceled last night due to lack of a quorum of four members.

Burn ban removed

A burn ban for Yakima County was lifted yesterday.

Highway closures

State transportation officials yesterday closed Interstate 90 in both directions from Milepost 34-71.

Man charged in car theft

A local man is accused of using a screwdriver to steal a car.

Cattle closed state highway

A portion of state Highway 821 was closed three days last week so that farmers could move their cattle. The closure impacted the highway in both directions from Milepost 7 to 12.

Port to review real estate

Port of Sunnyside commissioners will discuss real estate issues during an executive session tonight.

District discussion set

The City Council will begin a discussion on possibly adding more electoral districts.

County eyes appointment

During their meeting tomorrow, Yakima County commissioners will consider appointing an alternate representative to two boards.

State pulls credentials

State Department of Health officials took actions against two Yakima County medical providers.

Free college bill filed

Two Seattle Democrats want free tuition for in-state students to attend community college.

Honeyford drops home rehab bill

A state agency could begin a home rehabilitation loan program under a bill proposed yesterday.

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