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Bickleton Pirates notch two weekend victories

The Bickleton boys basketball team this past weekend secured a couple of wins, defeating Glenwood on Friday and Helix this past Saturday.

Sunnyside Grizzlies still hunting for first win

It was a tough weekend for the Grizzly boys basketball team, which suffered a couple of non-league losses to Hanford and Kamiakin.

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Engineer sticks with local company through thick and thin

Since graduating from Eastern Washington University in 2008 with a degree in mechanical engineering technology, Josh Ziegler has seen several changes at the company he was hired to work for…Sunnyside’s ShirAul Bullet Trailers.

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Message of Christian club speaker is that we are all products of change

Whether we are experiencing times of joy or times that are challenging, the choices a person makes will bring about changes.

Transportation benefit district projects OK’d

A $232,000 budget was last night adopted by Grandview’s Transportation Benefit District Board, which consists of the members of the city council.

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Longtime mechanic thrives on looking out for others

Ensuring he has time for his family and wanting to help out members of his community, Tony Cromwell has operated Cromwell Radiator and Auto Repair in Grandview since 2003.

Three Vikes unbeaten last night at double-dual meet held in Mabton

It was a trio of Vikings who went undefeated last night against White Swan and Tri-City Prep.

Bickleton Pirates lose season opener to Granger’s JV squad

After canceling two games last week the Bickleton Pirates were finally able to dust off their sneakers and took to the hardwood against Granger’s JV squad last night.

Sunnyside Christian ekes out 60-58 win

The Sunnyside Christian girls basketball team in its first regulation game of the season narrowly escaped a loss.

Soar Scholarship opens doors for 2014 SHS graduate

When Nereyda Barajas of Sunnyside was considering her options for college last year, she had her mind set on three state universities.

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