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Victor Ramos was affectionately called, ‘little big brother’ by his four sisters because he acted like the oldest and helped take care of them all, Erica Serfin voiced while remaining hopeful justice will be served.

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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 Sun - the original voice of the community.

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Chet Terrel operates his snowblower for a second pass on the front walkway at the home of Douglas Shannon and throughout the neighborhoods of 13 and 14th St. blocks on N. Ave. Monday, Feb. 15.

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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 Sun – the original voice of the community.

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Described as a ‘homebody’ by the nurses at the Just Like Home Resident Care, Dwayne Fisher has found the COVID-19 precautions the facility has taken to protect the residents to be wonderful.

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Missing the mundanity of life’s simple tasks such as going to the grocery store or taking a walk is something 78-year-old David Garcia of Sunnyside looks forward to when the quarantine is lifted.

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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 Sun – the original voice of the community.

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Theatre programs across the country have kept their ghost lights on while the stage remains empty and to keep the dramatic arts alive for Sunnyside High School (SHS) students, Director of Drama Club Corey Murphy implemented its very first virtual performances.

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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 Sun – the original voice of the community.

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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 Sun the original voice of the community.

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OLYMPIA — Washington State Highway Patrolman Wesley Harvey Whittenberg, husband and father to five little girls, was tragically killed while investigating a collision at Stillaguamish Bridge, 16 miles north of Marysville on Highway 99 in 1960.

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SUNNYSIDE —Widespread reports of a cruising convoy of truckers rolling throughout neighborhoods beaming their joyful message of holiday hopefulness, radiated from every colorful bulb which adorned their festive rigs and trailers, have now been officially confirmed by local eyewitnesses.

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ZILLAH — While the inside of Eugene and Margarita ‘Maggie’ Dawson’s home was brimming with holiday cheer, the outside of their house was buzzing with its own activity – a full extension of their home to accommodate their adopted nieces and nephews.

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