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Happy hunter

Simon Johnston (L) proudly poses with his mule deer trophy, taken in the Bickleton area last month.

Happy hunter

Twelve-year-old Zaiden Tobin is all smiles with his first buck, a 6x4 non-typical deer he bagged last Saturday in the Rattlesnake Hills area.

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Deer hunting season

Cooper Liefke, a senior at Sunnyside Christian High School, poses proudly with this four-point mule deer he bagged on Saturday, Oct. 17.

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Adams golfers mount comeback in ‘Ryder Cup’

Somehow, some way, the Sunnyside-based Black Rock Creek Golf Course team squandered what looked to be an insurmountable lead in the Lower Valley’s version of the Ryder Cup this past weekend.

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Major score

This four-point mule deer isn’t the first buck Daniel Fitzgerald has claimed, but it is his biggest.

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Trophy buck

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Tourney champs

Fishing rules relaxed

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officials announced this past Tuesday the remaining drought closures for anglers have been lifted in the Yakima Basin.

Sunnyside League Bowling Report


Back-to-back wins for Leyendekker

For the second consecutive week, Richard Leyendekker of Grandview has earned top honors in the Lower Valley Merchants’ football forecast contest.

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Parks and rec board caught off-guard with departure

Talk about stunned…Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Board members Monica Guillen and Antonia Soto said they didn’t learn Parks and Recreation Coordinator Megan Razey had resigned until reading the local newspaper.

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Businessman seeks to grow after-school club for youths

Most evenings Sunnyside’s Jose Cruz Ramos can be found out in his Jackson Avenue garage teaching local youths the finer points of boxing.

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Dalrymple dynasty snags another ‘Wally’

Driving the same car his father piloted to victory nine years ago, Josh Dalrymple became the third member of his family to claim a Northwest Nationals drag racing title.

Hunting prospects good in Washington state this year

Information compiled by wildlife biologists with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife suggests hunting could be good this year in the state.