Jennie McGhan

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Sunnyside’s 1-11 conference record good enough to get Grizz a playoff match

The Sunnyside volleyball team lost 3-0 to visiting Eastmont last night, but not without a fight.

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God answers atheists

More than $113,000 raised at Life Options fall fundraiser

Although he is a successful producer, being credited for his work on the movie “Bella,” Jason Jones is a man on a mission to save lives.

Sunnyside struggles against Wenatchee

The Sunnyside volleyball team couldn’t win a set last night against Wenatchee. The host Panthers defeated the Lady Grizzlies in three straight.

Mabton’s season ends with 4-0 loss to Warriors

The Mabton girls soccer team ended its season with a 4-0 loss to host Cle Elum last night.

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Marketing plan to be emphasized by Port of Grandview

With the purchase of property on Higgins Way on the horizon, having sold nearly all its Wallace Business Park properties and Byam Business Park having several available properties, the Port of Grandview will in the coming year focus on marketing.

Consultant shares public awareness strategy at Port of Grandview retreat

During a Port of Grandview retreat in Yakima this past Monday, Consultant Wilma Dulin shared a useful strategy to help commissioners meet their marketing goals.

WEA is asking too much

I remember being in a classroom of 36 students when I was in elementary school. Somehow the teacher managed to educate each of us and meet our needs.

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Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce may be left holding an empty bag

Could be, the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce may have to make do next year with a whole lot less money than it’s accustomed to receiving from the city.

Turnovers costly for Vikes

WHITE SWAN – The Mabton football team’s league record dropped to 2-2, 4-4 overall after losing last Friday’s game 20-8 to White Swan.

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City partners with lumber company to land nearly $1 million for expansion

GRANDVIEW – The city of Grandview was last week awarded nearly $1 million in Supporting Investment in Economic Development (SIED) funding.

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