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Tri-chamber social

The business communities of Sunnyside, Grandview and Prosser were represented Thursday during the Tri-Chamber Social at Yakima Valley Vintners in Grandview.

Luncheon planned

Tools for small business growth will be the theme of the Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s next meeting.

Credit office honored

A Spokane-based agency with a local office is being recognized as a “great workplace.”

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Sunnyside brewery unveils progress

Any day now, the state liquor and cannabis board will issue the liquor permit and the Varietal Beer Company brew masters will launch into full time brewing.

Historic Mercer Guest Suites open

Downtown can boast a new upscale lodging facility, steeped in the community’s history.

Jobless numbers down in county

Yakima County’s unemployment rate dropped below 7 percent in April.

Ribbon cutting set

A ribbon cutting ceremony is at 8 a.m. Thursday for the new Love’s Travel Stop, 700 Wine Country Road.

Residents relocating

Twelve Homestead Place residents will be relocated to area assisted-living facilities during the coming weeks.

Economic boost noted

State Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz is announcing a new initiative today to bolster rural economies.

Publisher receives honor

Daily Sun Publisher Roger Harnack will be recognized by the National Newspaper Association next fall for award-winning sports action photography.

Farmers face new protocols

Farmers and ranchers with livestock now have new state Department of Fish and Wildlife wolf depredation protocols to follow.

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New produce stand opens

Dollison sets up shop in historic barn in Zillah

After working for others for years, Eva Dollison has struck out on her own, opening Eva’s Produce.

Loan to help hospital project

A state loan will help the local hospital with its expansion plans.

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Clinic opening celebrated

Celebrating the opening of the PMH Family Medicine Clinic in Prosser.

New Prosser downtown director named

School Board member takes group’s help

Jesalyn C. Cole is the new Historic Downtown Prosser Association executive director.