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FDA issues warning to Sunnyside company

Valley Processing juice 'injurious to health,' agency cautions

Outlook woman backing Sanders at state convention

Democrats convene in Tacoma

At least one local Democrat still feels the Bern.

Pierce leads Mabton fest

Community Days starts tonight

Start tomorrow morning with a fireman’s style breakfast and a parade through the streets of town.

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Doctor keeps it in the family

Father and sons share medical practice

A father and his two sons have been ensuring Lower Valley residents can see clearly for three decades.

Sunnyside chamber winding down

Local group facing another federal tax issue

The Chamber of Commerce is closing, its members learned during a meeting yesterday.

City OKs pay hikes

Grandview staff getting nearly $500K in raises

Top-level city workers are going to receive a total of nearly a half-million dollars in raises.

Sunnyside chamber to close

Groups needed to run future city festivals

Closing the local Chamber of Commerce is the focus of a meeting this afternoon.

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Sweet sounds of music

Audrey Belt and Mark Baysinger, also known as American Honey, entertain last night during Tuesday Tunes at Centennial Square in Sunnyside.

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Longtime employee retires

Mayor Jim Restucci presents longtime Sunnyside public works employee Robert Cavasos a certificate of appreciation for 41 years of service during Monday night’s City Council meeting.

Men rescued near Bumping Lake

Two men are safe and unharmed after the U.S. Army rescued them yesterday near Bumping Lake.

Council tables annexation

Residents air concerns about proposal

After a two-hour public hearing, the City Council opted to wait two weeks before deciding on a controversial annexation request.

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Group prays for Orlando victims

Church hosts community service

Prayers and reflection marked the atmosphere last night at a service for the victims of the shooting at Pulse Orlando in Orlando, Fla.

Local man pleads guilty

Resident agrees to 22 months for eluding officers

A local man agreed to serve 22 months in prison for crimes committed on Jan. 28.

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Prosser High School celebrates class of 2016

A total of 209 graduates walk in ceremony

The class of 2016 is preparing for the future beyond high school.

Former PTA head files guilty plea in theft

Local woman ordered to pay more than $25,000

A woman charged with embezzling will have to pay a school more than $25,000 in restitution.

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