Julia Hart

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Rebranding of Sunnyside athletic programs underway

This past winter sports season 226 Sunnyside High School students engaged in athletic endeavors.

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Career change gives receptionist more time with his family

Sunnyside’s Ramon Campos has gone from rotating tires at Les Schwab Tires to scheduling patients as a receptionist for Dr. Tatiana Antoci at Sunnyside’s Lincoln Avenue Family Medical Center.

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Sunnyside Arts Commission primed for its first-ever art show

Calling all Sunnyside artists.

Fire district spread out over 750 square-mile area

Within an area, roughly the size of Rhode Island, Yakima County Fire District #5 relies on 19 paid employees and 180 on-call volunteer firefighters to contain blazes and handle medical emergencies.

Shabby ... not chic

What is attractive and what is expedient? What appeals to me may not appeal to most others.

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Nuclear age will be on display at newly created national park

The history of the men and women who created a town in the middle of Central Washington sage land, as well as the first nuclear reactor plant on the Hanford Reservation is now a part of a national park system honoring the nuclear age, according to Tri-City history buff Gary Petersen.

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Citing lack of volunteers, parks and rec coordinator details city’s slim offerings

The Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department’s summer season is shaping up to include the return of summer afternoon arts in the parks activities at Central Park.

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Public hearing on building code changes fails to attract citizens

A public hearing to take public comment regarding a proposed inclusion of the 2012 International Existing Building Code (IEBC) to Sunnyside’s existing municipal building code failed to attract any interested citizens at the Tuesday night hearing.

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Future mechanics tested on automotive knowledge

The men and women who will be making the diagnostic decisions for your automotive repairs in the future pitched themselves against each other in a regional automotive skills contest held this past Saturday in the Sunnyside High School auto shop.

Sunnyside Christian Thrift Store entering its 19th year of operation

What started nearly 20 years ago as an idea to generate an ongoing revenue stream for Sunnyside Christian Schools has raised in excess of $628,000 for Christian education, thanks to the stewards of the Sunnyside Christian Thrift Store.

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