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"Neighbors" is a weekly column in the Sunnyside Sun designed to spotlight individuals who live and work in our Lower Valley Communities.

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SUNNYSIDE — Efforts to increase the Sunnyside High School Prevention Club membership, while increasing drug awareness helped Cinthia Santiago-Villanueva earn top youth honors at the annual Washington State Prevention Summit held in Yakima on Nov. 5 and 6.

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"Neighbors" is a weekly column in the Sunnyside Sun designed to spotlight individuals who live and work in our Lower Valley Communities.

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"Neighbors" is a weekly column in the Sunnyside Sun designed to spotlight individuals who live and work in our Lower Valley Communities.

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Glancing back through the Sunnyside Sun pages, here is sampling of the stories published in 1969 reflecting everything that made the Sun the original voice of the community.

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"Neighbors" is a weekly column in the Sunnyside Sun designed to spotlight individuals who live and work in our Lower Valley Communities.

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SUNNYSIDE — An avid bridge player and certified master of the game, a lover of plays and concert music, Connie Querin has enjoyed a full and colorful life – as her friends will attest.

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"Neighbors" is a weekly column in the Sunnyside Sun designed to spotlight individuals who live and work in our Lower Valley Communities.

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"Neighbors" is a weekly column in the Sunnyside Sun designed to spotlight individuals who live and work in our Lower Valley Communities.

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GRANGER — A first-time home buyer information fair is coming up Saturday, Oct. 26, at Radio KNDA Community Center in Granger. A full day of educational opportunities for individuals interested in learning strategies to purchase their own home will be offered.

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"Neighbors" is a weekly column in the Sunnyside Sun designed to spotlight individuals who live and work in our Lower Valley Communities.

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GRANDVIEW —The small conference room and foyer in the back of the city-college shared Grandview Library was lined with both books and readers last weekend. Readers of every age held shopping bags, small boxes and full arms. The Grandview Friends of the Library know how to throw an enticing book sale. They should, after 18 years of book sales and collectively, hundreds of years in the classroom.

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