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Same Daily Sun News faces – in new places

Staff additions and changes are happening at the Daily Sun News.

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Family winery continues to expand

The Horse Heavens Hills has long been known for its lush wheat land attracting pioneers to the high dry plateau.

New Prosser business

A new printing business opened earlier this month in a Prosser Chamber of Commerce sponsored ribbon cutting.

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Family continues to write its wine-making history

After three decades, the Pontin family continues to work on improving the vintages bearing the family name.

More women in grape classes

More women are taking advantage of a grape growers’ program focused on Latino agriculture education.

Wine group names board

John Derrick of Mercer Canyons in Prosser is the newest member of the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers Board of Directors.

Finance classes to be offered

A series of workshops will help participants organize their finances.

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Return to sender

Postal worker retires Thursday

A familiar face will soon be gone from the post office.

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Change in attitude, change in direction

A popular television jingle, “The thing about change is that it is constantly changing,” is certainly true for a mom and pop winery on Chaffee road.

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Vape shop awaits state

Store meets city codes

Just a few last pieces of paperwork are needed before a new vape shop opens in town.

Farmers market seeks liquor license

Visitors to the local farmers market will be able to sample wine.

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Rodriguez joins advertising staff

A new advertising consultant has joined the Daily Sun News staff.

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HAPO being remodeled

Local credit union getting total makeover, inside and out

A local credit union is remodeling.

Group plans mint tour

Members of New Vision, the Yakima County Development Association, will tour a mint farm on March 24.

Marijuana deadline looms

The state Liquor and Cannabis Board will stop accepting marijuana retail license applications March 31 at 5 p.m.