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The Toppenish Garden Clubs planted an October Glory Red Maple on Friday, May 13 at the Toppenish Chamber of Commerce visitors center, 504 S. Elm St. The newly planted tree replaces one that was diseased and needed to be removed. Pictured are club members Hazel Broughton, Judy Boekholder, Dai…

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The Spirit of Sunnyside Awards Banquet last Saturday, May 14 honored those who work and strive to make Sunnyside a better place to live.

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The Sunnyside Lions Club will be holding its monthly fundraiser this Friday, May 13 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at the Sunnyside Senior Center, 1400 Federal Way.

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The Granger “Stoney’s Mercado” Flea Market is now open every Sunday from 9 to 4 at 300 East Avenue in Granger. The brand-new market had its grand opening on April 24 with Israel Bustamante at the helm of organizing the event. The flea market will be charging one dollar per participant. It ho…

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This year’s Miss Grandview candidates, pictured left to right, are Brandy Martinez, Jazmine Richey, and Nellie Najera. The pageant is currently planned for Saturday, April 30, at Grandview High School.

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Soroptimist International of the Lower Yakima Valley club will be having a flower sale to fundraise for women and children throughout the community.

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Students at Chief Kamiakin Elementary school work their way through the Giving Store as they decide on what they want to get as presents for their family members. It was the third year they’ve held the event where the school awards points to students for good behaviors so they can go shopping.

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Wednesday, Dec. 8, Ruth Fear (known as Grandma to everyone) turned 110 years old.

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The Sunnyside Fire Department and Yakima County Fire District 5 competed in a ‘Mustache-off.’ Captain Sean Perrault was named the winner of the best mustache contest in a competition between the agency and Sunnyside firefighters. The worst mustache award was given to Sunnyside’s Guthrie Lamb…

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HALLOWEEN — Local trick or treaters took to the streets of Sunnyside on Sunday evening, October 31 to collect candy from neighbors. Pictured left to right are David Servin, Damian Saenz-Garcia, Alessandra Saenz, Myaisa Mena, and Anna Saenz.