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Three out of every seven people in the state will likely experience a clinically significant mental illness in 2021 with that number expected to rise in the coming years, according to Comprehensive Healthcare officials.

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Team Midnight Racing’s second annual car show to benefit Dungeon Boxing Club youth added rumbling spirit for high-octane achievement at the historic Utah and Idaho Sugar Beet Factory, Saturday, May 8.

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Yakima County Commissioner District 3 La Don Linde performs the grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony at his campaign headquarters, 504 Yakima Valley Highway on Monday, May 10. Linde announced his bid to run to retain his seat for County Commissioner on March 11.

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Church members from Friends of the Highest of Sunnyside and Yakima, partnered with Restoration Community Impact and New Beginnings Community Christian Church in Pasco came together to distribute 2,500 30 lb. food boxes from Cascadia Produce of Auburn on Saturday morning at Harrison Middle School.

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Glancing back through the Sunnyside Sun pages of headlines, here is an original sampling of the stories published in past 100 years reflecting the quality of life in the lower valley that made the Sun – the pioneering voice of the community.

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Sorpotimist Scholarship Winner — Soroptimists of the Lower Yakima Valley recently named Sunnyside High School senior Kaydience Porter as winner of a $750 scholarship. Pictured from left to right are Karla Rodriguez, Martina Patric, Kaydience Porter, Carol Bos, Nallely Rodriguez and Gina Gamb…

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ZILLAH — The American Red Cross is looking for two customer-focused individuals to volunteer at blood drives in Zillah.

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YAKIMA — The Yakima Housing Authority (YHA) is seeking artists to contribute their work to help make Chuck Austin Place (CAP) home for 41 formerly homeless veterans and their families.

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SEATTLE — Students from the Sunnyside area have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of Washington for Winter 2021 quarter.

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Sunnyside United-Unidos is hosting a free drive-in movie and townhall presentation Friday, May 21 at the new parking lot at Sunnyside High School.

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For many Sunnyside School District students, parents and educators, the return of all grades, K-8 kiddos for classroom teaching on Monday, April 26, felt like it was the first day of school all over again, and for the third time.

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Sunnyside High School’s 16th annual ‘All Vehicle’ Car Show rumbled onto the campus parking lot as a drive-thru fundraiser to benefit the Class of 2021 and its all night after graduation party in the gym on Saturday, May 1.

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