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SUNNYSIDE — Roses were the theme of the May 16 officers’ installation ceremony for the 2019-2020 club year.

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Amanda Arreola, Jazzy’s aunt, and Gabriel Sands participate in a 5K run and walk through the Jerry Taylor Memorial Veterans Plaza this past Saturday morning with all proceeds to benefit Jazzy Guillen, a Prosser High School sophomore student athlete who’s battling a rare stage 4 cancer.

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SUNNYSIDE — Yakima Humane Society’s mobile vaccination clinic rolled into town and delivered low cost vaccinations and microchip registration for pets at South Hill Park this past Saturday.

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SUNNYSIDE — Middle school athlete Joselyn Montelongo was calm following her first event at last Wednesday’s Sunnyside School District Special Olympics Track and Field competition.

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SUNNYSIDE — Cinthia Santiago was wearing a tiara as the reigning Miss Sunnyside until April 23, when she announced she was giving up her crown and royalty sash.

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Riding the new Miss Sunnyside Community Float down Edison Avenue with this year’s theme of “Fantasy Forest,” (left to right, from front to back) is Miss Sunnyside Third Princess Daisy Hernandez, Second Princess Grace Van Belle, Queen Cinthia Santiago and First Princess Hogla Deida Cortez on Tuesday, April 23.

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ZILLAH — Avid yard sale shopper Manuela Alvarado is always on the look-out for fun treasures for her family and friends.

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Miss Sunnyside hopefuls  from left to right, Rocio Cisneros,  Kaydience Porter, Mackenzie Evans,  Natalie Campbell, Kendra  Gardner and Abbey Marquez.  Not pictured is Hellen Palma and Omara Santiago Ayala.

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Taking the stage at Grandview Middle School on Saturday, April 13 were 11 talented young ladies, all vying for the title of 2019-20 Miss Grandview.

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Ashley Ripplinger, a senior at Prosser Senior High School, has signed a commitment to attend one of the Northwest’s top technical school following graduation.

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Set loose to track down the elusive Golden Egg are Aleah and Julissa Perez, all dressed in pink, at the Sunnyside Easter Egg hunt held Saturday in South Hill Park.

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Taylor Wolfe says she is happy any time she gets to show her favorite dairy show cow “McKenzie Moo” at area livestock shows, dressed in her blue corduroy FFA jacket.

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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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Cross bearer Arturo Biebrich leads about 250 St. Joseph’s Catholic Church members in the event marking the start of Holy Week.

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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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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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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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Charlee Derrick was crowned Miss Prosser 2019-2020 during ceremonies this past Sunday at the Prosser High School multipurpose room.

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The Macias family of Grandview, Arianna, 1, Aliyah, 3, mom Tania and dad Andres, enjoy their Sunday afternoon of sledding fun on the hill at Central Park after visiting grandparents and family.

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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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The 2019 Miss Prosser Pageant is at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17, at in the Prosser High School Multipurpose Room.

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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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While motorists deal with traffic havoc caused by the valley’s first snow storm, Harrison Middle School eighth grader Patrick Wise takes advantage of his first snow day to make snow angels in his back yard.

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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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“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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“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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Listening to Barbara Merz and Holly Adiele talk about their October trip to modern Egypt makes one want to be join them on their next foreign adventure.

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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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The holidays are a great time to dance, drink and be merry with friends and family, and that is exactly what the residents at the Sunnyside Assisted Living Center did last Wednesday.

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