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Co-founder of wrestling club joins parks and recreation board

Wanting to create more fun and enriching opportunities, specifically for children in kindergarten through sixth grades, Monica Guillen has signed on as the newest member of the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Board.

Fire and access restrictions make planning for hunting seasons much more difficult

Hunters may need to consider alternative locations for their traditional hunts this year because of drought- and fire-related access restrictions on Washington’s public and private lands.

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50 miles of pain, sweat and life lessons for Boy Scouts

“I had a hard and challenging experience” said Scout Elias Peacock, “Yet fun when we set up to camp.”

Free baseball clinic in S’side

Sunnyside High School’s varsity coaching staff will offer a free baseball instruction clinic next week.

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Spring Chinook fishing seasons on Snake River coming to a close

The spring Chinook salmon season is coming to a close for local anglers, on the Washington state portion of the Snake River.

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Parks and rec report delivered to Sunnyside Daybreak Rotarians

Sunnyside’s Daybreak Rotary Club is considering what it can do to improve Sunnyside’s parks after a short presentation by Megan Razey this past Wednesday morning about the state of the city’s parks and recreation programs.

Tennis club offers lessons

The Sunnyside Tennis Club is currently registering players for six weeks of lessons that start on Tuesday, June 16.

SHS soccer team hosting summer camp

Sylvia Villagrana and Ernesto Carrasco, the head coach and assistant coach for the Sunnyside High School girls’ soccer program, will serve as the lead instructors at a soccer skills camp for youngsters later this month.

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Lost-and-found experience for local mountain climber

Serendipity and a lot of luck combined to reunite Sunnyside winemaker Kerry Shiels with a camera she lost on Mt. St. Helens last month.

Hanford Reach salmon rules change

State wildlife officials have implemented a new salmon fishery management area in the Columbia River near the mouth of the Yakima River in the Tri-Cities.

Tennis club offers lessons

The Sunnyside Tennis Club is currently registering players for six weeks of lessons that start on Tuesday, June 16.

Leaving a legacy

David Q. Hernandez tourney set for this coming Saturday

The fifth annual David Q. Hernandez Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament is slated for this coming Saturday, May 30, at Sunnyview Park in Sunnyside.

Washougal man state cribbage champ

Although he had won three consolation tournaments in the past, Steve Hofbauer of Washougal had never finished as the main tournament champion at the Washington State Open Cribbage Championships.

Tennis club in Sunnyside offers lessons starting in June

The Sunnyside Tennis Club is currently registering players for six weeks of lessons that start on Tuesday, June 16.

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