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Prosser wins, Sunnyside, Mabton, Grandview lose
There is one volleyball team in the Lower Yakima Valley with a perfect 5-0 record, Granger.
Powderhook and QDMA released the 2016 update to “Deer Tracker,” a popular free application that allows hunters to monitor deer activity and harvests in their neck of the woods and across the country.
The Vikings, Granger and Sunnyside soccer teams lost last night.
The Sunnyside girls swim team lost 43.5-141.5 at Wenatchee last night.
Prosser harriers second at Othello meet
Two Lower Yakima Valley cross country teams competed last night at separate meets.
Community members are looking to establish a cycling league for middle and high school students.
The Big 4 Best in the Northwest award winner is a Texas woman.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is hosting a National Hunting and Fishing Day celebration from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 1 at the North Central Washington Gun Club, 2710 Gun Club Road.
Mabton Junior High School volleyball player Brianna Castellanos digs the ball for a setter Tuesday night against Cle Elum-Roslyn. Mabton’s A team lost, 0-2.
With the fall season under way, the Daily Sun News is looking for photos of successful hunts.
The Tri-City Americans hockey team season-opener is set for Saturday night in Toyota Center.
The Othello girls soccer team cruised to an easy 12-0 win Tuesday night over host Toppenish.
The Mabton Vikings soccer team lost its match Tuesday night.
Fishermen are already setting up camp on the north side of the Columbia River, ready to catch their allotment of Chinook salmon.