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Tennis club offers lessons

The Sunnyside Tennis Club is currently registering players for six weeks of lessons that start on Tuesday, June 16.

Local quilters meeting here

The Friendship Square Quilters group meets the second Monday of each month at Sunnyside’s Christian Reformed Church.

Port, Roza plan meeting

During comments at the Port of Sunnyside commissioners’ meeting Monday night, Executive Director Jay Hester said he will be meeting with Roza Irrigation District officials about the port leasing irrigation water to Roza farmers this summer.

Executive session held

Port of Sunnyside commissioners met in executive session this past Monday, to discuss legal and real estate issues.

Preschool teacher to be honored

Bethany Christian Preschool will be honoring teacher Lori VerMulm on Thursday, May 28, after the graduation ceremony for four-year-olds at 6:30 p.m.

Ranch loses approximately $300,000 in afternoon blaze

Property valued at $300,000 at the Lyendekker Ranch, owned by Eric Lyendekker, was destroyed by fire this past Saturday.

Road design deadline extended

Awaiting the passage of a federal transportation bill, the city of Grandview is unable to meet the initial deadline stipulated when it secured a Surface Transportation Project grant for improvements to Old Inland Empire Road.

Road upgrade added to project

The city of Grandview has will make improvements to East Wine Country Road as part of its East Wine Country Plaza project.

Nouvella meeting set

The Nouvella Club will introduce the 2015 recipients of its annual scholarships at its next meeting, which will be held at Snipes Mountain Restaurant and Brewery next Thursday, May 21.

Newhouse supports abortion bill

Congressman Dan Newhouse (R-WA) released a statement on voting yesterday to support passage of HR-36, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which bans abortions after 20 weeks post fertilization, with exceptions to save the life of the mother or in cases of rape or incest.

Roza board meets Thursday

The Roza Irrigation District board of directors will tomorrow, Thursday, continue a meeting to discuss pending litigation due to water transfer policy.

No word on flower baskets

The status of Sunnyside’s downtown hanging flower baskets appears to be literally up in the air.

Subcommittee meeting on tap

Two members of the Sunnyside Planning Commission, Deann Hochhalter and Bernie Barker, who also sit on the Downtown Improvement Group, will attend the next meeting of the city council’s community development subcommittee.

Annexation hearing set

An annexation request on the back burner for six years is moving forward.

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