Roger Harnack

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Roger Harnack is the publisher of The Daily Sun News. He was previously the Editor/Publisher of the Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle. To read stories and columns from his time with the Chronicle, go here.

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Zillah building veterans project

Fundraiser planned for 5 p.m. June 27

The area’s newest memorial in honor of the men and women who served in America’s armed forces is still in need of nearly $10,000 to be completed.

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Onward they go

Class of 2017 graduates from Sunnyside, other area high schools

As the sun was setting over Clem Senn Field on Friday evening, so too was it setting on the Class of 2017.

Change state budget process

Seems like threats of a state government shutdown are becoming the norm here in Washington state.

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Prosser celebrates Love’s opening

Nearly two dozen residents and local officials turned out yesterday afternoon for the “official” opening of the new Love’s Travel Stop.

Court’s culvert decision will cost

A 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision last Friday may have made it even more expensive to live in our state.

Prosser City Hall reopens after threat

Suicide-by-cop threat prompts lockdown

City officials say it will be business as usual today following a threat that shut down City Hall.

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Lest we forget...

Lower Yakima Valley honors ‘heroic dead’

The Lower Yakima Valley remembered America’s ‘heroic’ dead yesterday at Memorial Day Services in Outlook, Sunnyside, Grandview and Mabton.

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New Love’s Travel Stop opens in Prosser

Development brings 80 jobs to lower valley

A new 24-hour travel stop and restaurant opened yesterday morning with little fanfare.

Franz wrong on Trump budget

For those of us here in Eastern Washington, President Donald Trump’s move to cut federal expenses and thereby curtail bureaucratic overreach is a much-applauded move.

Woman charged in embezzlement case

Prosser woman appears in superior court

A local woman appeared in Yakima County Superior Court Friday to face a first-degree theft charge in connection with an alleged embezzlement.

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