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What was looking to be a win for Sunnyside was halted by mother nature last night.
The Greyhounds squared off Tuesday with Selah in drizzling conditions and lost, 2-1.
A champion of television’s reality hit “Survivor” is attending a fun run and mountain bike race to take place May 20.
Competitors to test the hill on Saturday
Engines will be revving and ready to go Saturday as approximately 20 motorcycle competitors take to the hill at Dry Creek Recreation Area.
People who enjoy dancing and those who would like to try can enjoy an evening at one local winery’s first-ever barn dance.
The 17th annual POPP Pooch and Pal Run and Walk is set for Saturday.
The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association’s annual Smart Choices Scholarhip application deadline is April 1.
The website that has partnered with Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association to track high school athletic team statistics is seeking nominations for its team mom award.
Greyhounds win two matches
The Greyhounds tennis teams were only able to complete two matches against Wapato yesterday due to rain.
The Sunnyside girls track and field results from the Richland jamboree can be found online at dailysunnews.com.
The Greater Mabton Association is hosting the third annual Carmen Johnson Basketball Tournament this weekend.
The National Wildlife Refuge system celebrates its 114th birthday this week.
The basketball season isn’t quite over for three Lower Yakima Valley girls.
The Spartans boys soccer team won their season-opening match and Mabton lost its first match of the season.