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Paul “Cowboy Buck” and Elizabeth Stierle entertain the crowd of students and teachers alike at Washington Elementary School, June 7. The pair have been coming to Sunnyside for more than 30 years. Their first performance was at Washington Elementary in 1988. They also plan to visit Sun Valley…

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PROSSER — After a two-year hiatus, the Prosser Memorial Health Foundation has announced the return of Bottles, Brews, Barbecues, a two-day long festival in Prosser celebrating local craft beers, wines, tasty food, and live music.

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The Asparagus Festival and Vendors Market went off without a hitch on Saturday, May 21 at the Sunnyside Museum. Hosted by Ray Castro Escobar and the Sunnyside Museum & Historical Society, more than 20 vendors gathered to sell their goods and meet with community members. The asparagus-the…

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Auditions dates for the Over the Hill Theatricals production of “A Bag Full of Miracles” will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, May 25 and 26, at Our Saviour’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1106 Taylor Ave.

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The Sunnyside High School will be raising money for the American Cancer Society at the 44th annual Senior Follies at the SHS Auditorium Saturday, April 23 at 7 p.m.

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Sunnyside will once again be host to one of the largest cultural celebrations in the Pacific Northwest.

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More than a dozen young musicians performed at the Sunn Valley Music Teachers Association (SVMTA) Honors Recital Thursday, March 24.

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PROSSER — Kids and grownups alike are invited to be among the first in the world to thrill to the delights of Magic Beans, a musical, theatrical, magical, and beanical family experience featuring beloved Tri-Cities entertainers Eric Herman and the Puppy Dogs in a spectacle of eye-popping vid…

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PROSSER — Valley Theater Company, owner of the Princess Theatre, once again is awarding a scholarship to a high school or college student who is committed to ongoing involvement in the performing arts.