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Fall is falling

The changing colors of fall, brought on by cooler October nights create a beautiful vista along the tree-lined paths at the Sunnyside Cemetery on Van Belle Road.

Sunnyside Community Hospital recipient of Most Wired Award

Sunnyside Community Hospital and Clinics was the only hospital in the Yakima Valley to receive a 2014 Most Wired Award from Health Care’s Most Wired Survey this year.

Schedule set for those applying for farm grants

The USDA has announced scheduled dates for farmers participating in the 2014 Farm Bill programs.

Outlook man hurt in one-vehicle rollover accident near Prosser

In what Washington State Patrol troopers report was a case of negligent driving, a 21-year-old Outlook man sustained injuries late yesterday afternoon.

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Sunnyside United conducting annual community survey

At its monthly meeting yesterday, Thursday, the Sunnyside United-Unidos coalition discussed a variety of matters, including the annual community survey and the organization’s new online presence.

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Sunnyside prepping for public works budget

Generally, the city of Sunnyside’s public works budget for 2015 is on track.

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Groundwater advisory approves $2 million budget

With very little fanfare, the Lower Valley Groundwater Advisory Committee gave its approval for a two-year budget of $2,032,000 during Thursday night’s meeting held in Granger.

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Public works ‘chipping away’ at Knoth Park

The Sunnyside Board of Parks and Recreation met Wednesday afternoon and discussed the future of Christina Knoth Park and the preliminary calendar of parks and recreation activities for 2015. The park is located near the Law and Justice Center on Homer and North First streets.

Rural subscriptions face delivery problems

In recent weeks mail subscribers to the Daily Sun News have been contacting the newspaper about not receiving the newspaper as ordered.

Mabton police seek leads in recent thefts

MABTON – Mabton police are currently seeking information regarding two thefts reported during the past few days.

Outlook Grange planning bazaar

OUTLOOK – The Outlook Grange will host a bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 1, and invites local craft and food vendors to sign up for table space.

Quiet day in Grandview

GRANDVIEW – Yesterday was quiet for Grandview police, who responded to two automatic alarms, fielded an informational call and handled two animal problems.

Trailer stolen

Yakima County Sheriff deputies are looking for a utility trailer reported stolen from the 2300 block of Allen Road near Sunnyside yesterday morning (Wednesday).

Former Sunny Haven workers plan reunion

All former employees of the Sunny Haven nursing home and institution are invited to a gathering at China Wok in Sunnyside tomorrow, Friday, at 6 p.m.

Alarms result in no fires

An automatic fire alarm in the 1500 block of East Lincoln Avenue called out Sunnyside firemen early this morning, Thursday. Upon the firefighters’ arrival, no fire was found.