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Workshop focuses on ‘heartbeat of soil’

More than 20 dairy farmers, crop growers and government officials attended a workshop about how manure nutrients improve soil health.

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Domino’s unveils new look in Prosser

Restaurant includes dining

A “dough show” and inside dining are among the features of the new Domino’s Pizza, 364 Chardonnay Ave.

Costco okays settlement

Costco Wholesale will pay an $11.75 million to settle allegations its pharmacies violated the Controlled Substances Act, federal Department of Justice officials said.

Officers announced

The Columbia Basin Development League has announced its executive officers for 2017.

Bills back businesses

Lawmakers are lining up to support bills backing the “Small Business Bill of Rights” for mom-and-pop entrepreneurs.

Gas prices beat state average

The lowest price gas in the city is nearly 20 cents per gallon below the statewide average.

Technology careers to be on display

Career opportunities in the areas of drone technology will be served along with breakfast when members of New Vision meet for a roundtable discussion Thursday.

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McDonald’s taking care to the streets

Mobile medical unit unveiled in Sunnyside

Is that for here or to go?

Demand at 10-year high

Subfreezing temperatures are driving power demand to its highest levels in nearly 10 years--topping out on Friday at 10,943 megawatts.

Permits top $14.5 million

The city issued 15 building permits last month with a total combined valuation of $216,837.

Insurance office moves

State Farm Agent Bryan Robison has a new office.

Workshop is tomorrow

Dairy nutrient and waste management will be the focus of a workshop tomorrow.

Vending classes planned

Pasco Specialty Kitchen and Columbia Basin College will begin their fourth session of Mobile Vending University this month.

County gas prices spike

Gasoline prices are up 8.7 cents per gallon since last week, GasBuddy.com reported.

Drone jobs coming

A total of 15 new jobs are headed to the town after an Australian company signed a three-year deal to provide engines for aerial drones.