Jennie McGhan

Reporter

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Unifying holiday of Independence Day is the time to celebrate your freedom with friends and neighbors

Families will be gathered for barbecues, parades and fireworks tomorrow, our nation’s birthday.

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New Nuestra Casa location ...but same friendly services

Moving into a new home can be an exciting adventure.

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Miss Sunnyside candidate Alyssa Ceja

Alyssa Ceja enjoys serving her community as a member of the Sunnyside Police Explorers, and said she feels she can do more.

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Agencies work to assist employers, job seekers

The Sunnyside WorkSource building is home to two entities working together to assist both employers and those looking for work.

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Former car lot may be home to coffee stand, construction firm

A parcel of land adjacent to the Ameristar gas station, former home to both the Budget and Legacy Motors car dealerships, may get new life.

Granger’s top cop gets his firearms returned

Judge Alfred Schweppe of the Yakima County District Court in Grandview last week lifted the order keeping Granger Police Chief Robert Perales from carrying a firearm.

Higher standards expected

The role of any public figure, whether politician, government employee or the face of the local media, is important because all of these roles require the trust of the public.

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Principal exchange at Grandview Middle School

GRANDVIEW – For the past four years Paul Voorhees has served as principal at Grandview Middle School.

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Scouts find fun and friends at summer camp

GRANDVIEW – Each year Cub Scouts from throughout the Yakima Valley venture to Grandview’s Country Park for three days of fun and making new friends.

Multi-million dollar school bond vote likely

MABTON – Due to increases in enrollment at Artz-Fox Elementary School and a number of improvements needed at the junior/senior high school, the voting public will play an important role in the decision-making process.

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