Food banks still in need of donations

The holiday may be over, but the need for extra food hasn’t gone away among the needy in the Yakima Valley, as local food bank directors can attest.

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Recycle or dispose of Christmas trees

Grandview trash crews provide free pickup Jan. 9-13

If having fresh cut trees is the family tradition, then finding ways to dispose of “O’ Tanenbaum” is a part of the annual holiday process.

Sun Valley price tag at $400,000

Work may not be complete until spring

The School District is tallying the cost from water damage at Sun Valley Elementary School.

Candidates set for Prosser board vacancy

Interviews planned for Jan. 5

School District residents will have a chance to meet and hear from four candidates for a School Board post during a meeting next Thursday.

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Christmas visitor

A deer approaches a Cle Elum doorway looking for a meal during Christmas day on Sunday.

State agency announces water program

Forecast tool aids users

Officials with a state agency said they have a mission to “aggressively pursue development of water supplies to benefit both instream and out of stream uses.”

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Coloring winner

Kianna Vazquez, 8, poses with The Daily Sun Santa (AKA production manager Job Wise) upon being presented with a $20 first place prize in the newspaper’s Christmas coloring contest held last week.

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Couple’s Christmas baby takes her time in arriving

Born at Sunnyside Community Hospital late in the evening, this year’s Christmas baby was in no hurry to make her appearance.

Deadline nears for Babies of 2016

Time to dig out those adorable baby pictures and have them published in The Daily Sun’s Babies of 2016 special section slated to be published Jan 31.

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Snow-dusted ivy

Sunnyside’s dusting of snow yesterday highlights an ivy plant.

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Snowbound at Snoqualmie

A weather system that brought light snow to the city yesterday is wreaking havoc in the mountain passes.

Crashes injure two on interstate

Motorists cited for driving too fast for conditions

Two people are recovering from injuries they sustained last night in unrelated crashes in the Lower Yakima Valley.

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Ringing in the season

Volunteer Gina Gamboa raises money for the Salvation Army by ringing a bell at the Sunnyside Safeway store.

Theater in the running for grant

The Princess Theatre is one of 35 projects included in the state’s Heritage Capital Projects for 2017-19.

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Veterans wreaths finally arrive in Sunnyside

Evergreens laid at headstones of veterans

Ribbon-festooned evergreen wreaths may have arrived late, but the Wreaths Across America project is now complete in town.