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Daily Sun closed for Memorial Day holiday

Deadlines moved up

The Daily Sun News will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day.

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Making memories matter

New cemetery manager vows improvements

It’s the busy season at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens.

School Board director resigns

Jepson steps down to retire

The School Board has a vacancy following the resignation of a longtime director.

Bank doubles search reward

FBI seeks help solving 2012 bank robbery

The Bank of America is raising the stakes in its search for a suspect in a 2012 bank robbery.

Federal grant will help battle childhood obesity

Study to focus on lower valley

A $2.5 million grant will seek answers to childhood obesity in the lower valley.

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Live Your Dream honoree

Daisy Martinez of Wapato, center, is the 2016 recipient of Soroptimist of the Lower Valley’s Live Your Dream grant.

Zillah focusing on in-house candidates

Board meets May 19 for review

The School District’s next superintendent will likely be a current district administrator.

Bail set in jail death

Suspects appeared in Superior Court

Two suspects in the death of a Yakima County inmate are being held on bail.

Teacher held for child molestation

District places Prosser man on paid leave

A Granger school teacher is in custody after after he was allegedly found possession of child pornography.

Paramedic program keeping hospital visits at minimum

It is the only home visit program of its kind in the state.

Prosser council approves commercial design changes

Facades, lighting and entry ways will change for new commercial construction.

Prosser man sentenced for child molestation

A local man will serve at least eight years in prison for first-degree child molestation.

High speed chase ends at church

Pursuit reached 60 mph in town

A Toppenish man is in the city jail today after leading officers on a high speed chase that ended at a local church.

Outlook man suspect in inmate’s death

Detectives use jail video to track suspects

An Outlook man is one of two suspects in the death of a Yakima County inmate yesterday.

Prosser hospital interviews for new CEO

Community will have opportunity to meet finalists

PMH Medical Center is interviewing two candidates today for its chief executive officer position.

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