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Port commits $5,000 for road upgrade

To assist the city of Grandview in seeking Supporting Investment in Economic Diversity (SIED) funds, the Port of Grandview will commit $5,000.

Burnt breakfast this morning brings out Sunnyside firefighters

Burnt food set off a smoke alarm in the 700 block of Otis Avenue early this morning. Upon the arrival of the Sunnyside firemen, there was a lot of smoke, but no fire nor breakfast.

Updated security system goes into effect today

This past summer the Mabton School District made improvements to its security system.

Mabton School District personnel changes approved this week

The Mabton School Board at Monday’s meeting approved recommendations to hire one classified and one certified staff member.

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Mabton students kept engaged this past summer

Via a collaborative effort between its migrant, 21st Century and Title I programs, the Mabton School District was able to keep more than 100 students in first through eighth grades learning new things this past summer.

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County website gives prospective companies snapshot

How much does the typical Sunnyside family spend on shoes in a year?

Price tag half million for hospital’s oncology center

In releasing some of the details about the new oncology center Sunnyside Community Hospital plans to construct – following this past Tuesday’s groundbreaking ceremony in which the basics for the plan were laid out for the general public – it’s been disclosed the total cost will come in at about half a million dollars.

Roza officials address audit concern

After being more than two months late in filing annual financial reports each of the past two years, the Roza Irrigation District is taking steps to resolve the issue.

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Pay-off time

The pay-off has arrived early for most grape growers in the Lower Yakima Valley.

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Find Your Happy

Amy the pig enjoys the company of Jayce and Josie Williamson.

Grandview High School 1965 class reunion set for Oct. 10

The Grandview High School class of 1965 will have its 50th class reunion on Saturday, Oct. 10, at Snipes Mountain Brewery and Restaurant in Sunnyside.

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Farewell send-off

Retiring Sunnyside Daily Sun News publisher Tim Graff chats with fellow Kiwanian Dr. Glen Skinner during yesterday’s reception held at the local newspaper office.

Patriotic speech writing contest deadline nears

Sunnyview VFW Post #3482 is accepting entries for the 2015-16 VFW Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen scholarship competitions.

Grandview Port officials adopt nearly $1 million budget for next year

The Port of Grandview’s budget for 2016 will be smaller than it was this past year.

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Former newspaper reporter transitions to media contact

Amber Schlenker Betts has gone from being a beat reporter on the Sunnyside Daily Sun News staff to being a communications coordinator for the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic’s health organization, with a couple of stops in between.