LOWER VALLEY — Jazzy Guillen, the 15-year-old Prosser young woman who has been battling soft tissue cancer for the past seven months, was home…
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PROSSER — City Clerks are formed by experience and fire. They are created from a framework of Revised Codes of Washington (RCW) State, then ta…
SUNNYSIDE — On Wednesday morning, Sept. 11, about 950 Harrison Middle School students, faculty and district officials, along with fire, police…
MABTON — Worried parents stood watch out front of Artz Fox Elementary and waited with an apprehensive breath, following a district-wide school…
MABTON — Mabton School District and law enforcement officials lifted the district-wide school lockdown around 3 p.m, allowing anxious students…
SUNNYSIDE — Normally, Andrew Hamil can be seen walking through parade routes with a camera slung around his neck, recording the entries.
SUNNYSIDE — Second Harvest’s Mobile Market rolled into the parking lot at Northwest Farm Credit Services where 18 branch volunteers assisted w…
RENTON – Sunnyside High School senior football wide receiver Mike Rivera has been selected Washington Interscholastic Activities Association/W…
TOPPENISH — Solid offensive pressure and defensive execution led the Knights to a 42-12 victory over Yakama Nation Tribal Eagles at A.C. Meagh…
PROSSER — The Sunnyside Grizzlies girls’ soccer team defeated the Prosser Mustangs 6-3 on Thursday, Sept. 12 at Art Fiker Stadium.
TOPPENISH — The Toppenish Wildcats make quick work of Kiona-Benton Bears in a non-conference 36-8 victory at Bob Winters Field.
GRANGER — The game came down to the wire last Friday the 13th. The Spartans gave up an interception in the last two minutes of the game, which…
LOWER VALLEY — Jazzy Guillen, the 15-year-old Prosser young woman who has been battling soft tissue cancer for the past seven months, was home over the last weekend to reconnect with her army of supporters. Jazzy was able to attend the Lady Mustangs’ soccer game on Thursday, Sept. 12.
SUNNYSIDE— Abigael Marquez is the new 2019-2020 Miss Sunnyside following the annual pageant at the high school auditorium on Saturday, Sept. 14.
SUNNYSIDE — The Moxee community float demonstrating the hop harvest process, was selected the Sweepstakes winner at the annual Sunshine Days Parade held Saturday, Sept. 14.
SUNNYSIDE — Holding down a full-time job and raising her two sons with her husband should be enough work for any woman. But not for Noemi Sala…
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- From senior project to career choice
- Andrew Hamil chosen Sunshine Days’ Grand Marshal
- Grandview man on Crime Stoppers list arrested
- John Ebbelaar
- Jazzy’s back in the house – at least for the weekend
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