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PROSSER — The Prosser Boys & Girls Club has partnered with Prosser Memorial Health to promote holiday cheer by inviting community members …

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YAKIMA — The local results are in with more than 73.93% of the county’s 127,564 ballots casted returned. While Yakima County voters favored Pr…

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Glancing back through the Sunnyside Sun pages, here is sampling of the stories published in past 100 years reflecting everything that made the…

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In Central Washington, we understand all-too-well the frustrations that come from feeling like rural communities are being ignored.

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SUNNYSIDE — As a small business owner Yovany Guerrero of El Real Furniture was happy to learn the city has extended the deadline for businesse…

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MABTON — The journey of self-discovery for Adrian “Noe” Calixto, owner of N Between The Lines clothing and grid kids coach, has guided him in …

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GRANDVIEW — The first pass of 10 acres filled with more than 4,000 Ambrosia apple trees were selected for mid to late harvest from their color…

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On November 11, we celebrated Veterans Day to honor the men and women who have served our nation in the Armed Forces. Though this annual day of remembrance and appreciation is an important tribute, the sacrifices our veterans have made in service to their country cannot ever be adequately repaid – certainly not in a singular day. I encourage the people of Central Washington to join me in making the mission of Veterans Day a daily and ongoing practice.

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