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SUNNYSIDE — A Special Olympic Sub Regional Tournament drew more than 300 athletes to the hardcourt facilities at the high school and Harrison Middle School on Sunday, Jan 19, where individuals and teams played their hearts out for an opportunity to advance to regionals at Eastern Washington University next month.

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Sunnyside High School Key Club volunteers endured a cold 20-degree Friday night to collect donations for a good cause. Key members, left to right, Lily Raihl, Michael Mitchel, Sam Norem and teacher Alex Barraza greeted motorists on their way home asking for donations to support The Lighthous…

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SATUS — “Something I’ve always wanted to do was preach the gospel to everyone who doesn’t know much about the gospel of Jesus Christ. And, so I wanted to take this opportunity to serve them and to show them the love that they can receive,” Liana Johnson stated after she returned home from her 18-month calling for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints calling from Guatemala.

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PROSSER — Two of Sunnyside’s own are an integral part of a highly anticipated holiday happening each year. Prosser resident Dean McWhirk, a 1979 Sunnyside High School graduate, lights up one of his company’s long haul or heavy equipment trucks each year, and with his wife Amber, becomes members of the Lower Valley Christmas Truck group.

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SUNNYSIDE — As nine-year old Noe Estrada tore through the wrapping paper and opened his present from the Shop with a Cop event on Sunday, Dec. 22, Walmart Associate Emilio Bueno sat across from him at the breakfast table and watched with excitement like a big brother on Christmas morning.

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SUNNYSIDE — Nearly 30 Chief Kamiakin Elementary fourth and fifth grade students were selected to participate as “leadership kiddos” and represent their school during a Christmas card social with Sunnyside Assisted Living residents on Wednesday, Dec. 18.

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SUNNYSIDE — Walmart Associate Emilio Bueno worked through the entire week of Thanksgiving, earning an extra 15 percent discount on a single item purchase and instead of using the reward on himself, he chose to apply it toward a present for Noah, one of the students selected to participate in the Shop with a Cop event.

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GRANDVIEW — A former Walmart truck driver, Paul Brower had always wanted to take part in a Wreaths Across America, an event involving the laying of Christmas wreaths on veterans’ graves.

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