Ted Escobar

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Man shot, taken to Harborview

Sunnyside has drive-by shots

A 45-year old resident of Granger, who was shot just after midnight Thursday, was rushed to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Council hears about Public Works wish list

The big discussion last night at the City Council budget workshop it was about a wish list it appeared everybody wanted to add to the public works budget.

Earthquake in lower valley along Highway 97

But no residents felt the tremor

Seven small earthquakes were recorded yesterday along U.S. Highway 97 south of this city, but residents here and west of here said they didn’t feel the tremors.

Sixth Street traffic signal project held up by cost

Other projects complete, some taking shape

The traffic signal project for the Yakima Valley Highway and 6th Street intersection won’t happen as quickly as planned.

Pride and Joy’s license lifted

Owners weigh options for moving ahead

The Washington State Department of Agriculture has suspended Pride and Joy Dairy’s raw milk processing plant license.

Alma mater looking good

I went to the Granger High School football game Friday to photograph the game and homecoming festivities, and I had a nice time.

Rape kit backlog not a local issue

State to receive $3 million grant to catch up

Like most sensational stories that make the airwaves or the national press, the rape kit controversy sweeping Washington state doesn’t touch all jurisdictions.

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Exchange student visits, 23 years later

Everything was big first time she visited U.S.

From her back yard, Vicki Escobar heard a piano, which she’d never hear before, at a neighbor’s house.

Airplane blows tire, veers off of runway

Nobody injured in mishap at Sunnyside field

A small airplane blew a tire Sunday while landing at Sunnyside Municipal Airport and veered into a ditch.

Sunnyside council tackles 2018 budget

Could climb to $33 million, mayor says

There was no final number thrown out last night at a special City Council meeting to start the 2018 budget process.

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