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Glancing back through the Sunnyside Sun pages, here is a 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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SUNNYSIDE — For mother of three, Stacey Olivarez, being bedridden with double pneumonia stemming from COVID-19 deprived her family of the home cooked meals they’re accustomed to – that’s when Olivarez’s grandmother, Sue Michaelsen, stepped in to take care of Olivarez, Olivarez’s partner and three young daughters.

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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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June 3, 1910 – Wearing white gowns adorned with a red carnation, six members of the Sunnyside High School's graduating class participated in commencement exercises held at the Sunnyside Federated Church. The class included Ida Stigers, Vera Spencer, Edna George, Hattie Bruce, Maud Barnes, an…

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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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GRANGER — Recalling the first time she took part in the branding of a calf at five-years-old, Haley Brown acknowledged how that moment made an enduring impression upon her and ever since then, the ranch hand has been drawn toward providing steadfast care for livestock and the free range lifestyle it empowers.

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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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SALUTE TO THE FRONTLINE — Even though the Miss Sunnyside Court can’t attend parades this spring, the members have spent some time showing support to essential workers in the community – including everyone from postal worker to city street crews. Fully garbed in COVID-19 virus masks and crown…

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LOWER YAKIMA VALLEY — Heartlinks Hospice and Palliative Care is holding an open meeting for all community members interested in presenting feedback to the Board of Directors at Heartlinks.

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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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Chase Reiff adds to his collection of sponsored COVID-19 murals with an interpretation of Rosie the Riveter from World War II propaganda in order to band the community together. “I want to make sure local businesses are seen during these COVID-19 times.” Reiff adds that he has two more mural…

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ROOSEVELT — Social interaction from a distance can still make an impression in the shape of a rock filled heart tribute as Kim Delbrook, along with a group of close friends, seek to remember their mountain neighbor Roger Swigart, who was shot during a fight with Roosevelt resident Mark Allen…

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