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Swofford & Halma Clinic, 2303 Reith Way, Sunnyside, will be hosting a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic available to eligible individuals under Phase A and Phase 1B-Tier 1 for walk-in appointments, Saturday, Feb. 27, 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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GRANGER — Lower valley residents were so eager to receive the COVID-19 vaccination Friday morning, they began to line up outside the one-day, first come and first serve clinic, two hours prior to the 9 a.m. opening.

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As the parents attended a virtual community forum to learn of the Sunnyside High School reopening plans on Monday, March 1, the school board have its stamp of approval on Monday, Feb. 22 in the high school auditorium.

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With an extremely dense and woolly undercoat of insulation entwined in the long black and white fur that hangs down over Betty’s stocky domestic yak frame, just past her thick belly: the older diva’s dark smooth horns extend out from the sides of her broad head, gently curving upright with strict principles.

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BEREA, OH – Abby Rodriguez of Grandview and graduate of Prosser Senior High School has been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2020 semester at Baldwin Wallace University.

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Sunnyside City Council in an effort to help promote the community’s businesses approved a working agreement with CGI Communications to begin offering business sponsorship banners across the community.

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Victor Ramos was affectionately called, ‘little big brother’ by his four sisters because he acted like the oldest and helped take care of them all, Erica Serfin voiced while remaining hopeful justice will be served.

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Under intense pressure and anticipation after weeks long competition, Jennifer Southwick, co-owner of Sunnyside Meat Packers, looks hopeful to seeing her work come to fruition: winning the Yakima County Development Association Enterprise Challenge.

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PURSUIT ENDS IN ALTERCATION — A late afternoon domestic violence assault and subsequent car pursuit Feb. 6, ended in the 600 block of Grant Avenue with the suspect (sitting) facing charges of 4th degree assault - domestic violence and assault of a police officer. Both victims were treated at…

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SCAM ALERT: There have been several phone calls to residents about expired newspaper subscriptions. The Sunnyside Sun NEVER calls subscribers about their expiring subscriptions — we only send paper notices through the United States Postal Service.

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