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Clore Center hosts 11th annual Wine Legends awards

Doug Gore joins wine legends list

A Ste. Michelle Wine Estates vice president was inducted into the Washington Wine Hall of Fame during an Aug. 11 ceremony at Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center.

Pathology groups merge

Incyte Diagnostics, which serves Central Washington with offices in Yakima, has merged with Blue Mountain Pathology of Pendleton, Ore.

Winery opening tomorrow

The newest addition to the Prosser wine scene, Ginkgo Forest’s Winery, will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at their new location in the Prosser Winemakers Loft in the evening.

Job fair to work the Fair set

Central Washington job fair will take place from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow.

New website to help patients

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) has unveiled the new Hospice Compare website:

Dan Evans would serve America well

Recently, family, friends and dignitaries gathered at Hurricane Ridge near Port Angeles to celebrate the designation of the Daniel J. Evans Wilderness at Olympic National Park honoring Washington’s distinguished three-term governor and U.S. Senator.

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Men promote movie night as family event

State Farm agents join forces to bring back outdoor movies

In a nod to the old drive-in movies, local State Farm agents Ben Sartin and Bryan Robison are hosting a free outdoor movie night Friday night at the site of the historic U&I Sugar Beet factory.

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Grand opening marked

The Miss Sunnyside Court took time to help Amber and Andy Cervantes celebrate the grand opening of Turtle Lounge, 429 South Sixth St. Saturday.

YCH Hops job fair Thursday

WorkSource, 1925 Morgan Road, will host a job fair to hire up to 60 seasonal workers for YCH HOPS from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday.

Flaggers classes offered

Yakima Valley College will offer Flagger Certification Training on Thursday.

Job recruiting under way

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic and Northwest Community Action Center are working to overcome barriers with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Youth Employment program.

Fires, Trump tariff cause lumber shortage

Massive forest fires in western parts of Canada and the U.S. are not only choking us with layers of smoke, but are cutting off lumber supplies around our country.

Live female gypsy moths found

State’s trapping system collects specimen

For the first time in its more than 40-year history of trapping for gypsy moths, the Washington State Department of Agriculture has discovered actively reproducing female gypsy moths during annual summer trapping.

Customers day slated

A customer appreciation day is planned at the local cellular store, 2010 Yakima Valley Highway Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sun Terrance changes

Sun Terrance Retirement and Assisted Living, 907 Ida Belle Road, has a new name – Sunnyside Assisted Living.