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MABTON — It started with a simple question – why Mayor Laura Vazquez was asking for back pay, an increase in her stipend, and – if as an elected official – was she entitled to be paid as a city employee.

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SUNNYSIDE — Inspired generosity was a key ingredient packaged within the 600 meal boxes passed out by volunteers and Washington Army National Guard members during Second Harvest’s Fifth Annual Turkey Drive at Sunnyview Park on Monday morning.

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SUNNYSIDE – Monday morning’s damp gloom further darkened as the last of downtown’s colorful landmarks faced retirement.

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ZILLAH — There is a joyful, three-point message shared with each Douglas fir tree selected for harvest by the multi-generations of families searching to inspire their Christmas traditions while visiting the friendly, five acre farm where Yakima Valley Highway and the home at 1241 Roza Drive …

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YAKIMA — Yakima Valley College will not engage in intercollegiate competition or team practices during the 2021 Winter Quarter due to Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) guidelines and Washington State’s Higher Education Reopening Plan.

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SUNNYSIDE — For the first time in nearly 40 years the Soroptimist’s annual Merry Makin’s Craft Fair held at the Mid Valley Mall has been cancelled, according to Soroptimist Gina Gamboa.

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SUNNYSIDE — The library is open for in person book lending, according to Marcelina Ortega of the Sunnyside Community Library, 621 Grant Ave.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) has conducted 384 agricultural workplace safety and health inspections this year to make sure farmworkers are safe on the job.

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SUNNYSIDE — The morning quiet at Lower Valley Memorial Gardens was broken only by the soft voices of Sunnyside High School students placing a symbolic number of small U.S. flags on the headstones of veterans in observance of Veteran’s Day.

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OLYMPIA — Governor Jay Inslee announced on Sunday morning that effective midnight on Monday, Nov. 16, additional restrictions will be put into place until Dec. 14, with modified restriction for restaurants to come into effect on Wednesday, Nov. 18 to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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SUNNYSIDE — In what he described as a “powerful and moving” experience, LaDon Linde, 59, was sworn in as Yakima County Commissioner District 3 Thursday, Nov 12, with his wife Sandra and his parents in attendance.

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SUNNYSIDE – The city is looking at approving the 2021 budget with $32,813,806 in expenditures, with projected revenues for the coming year placed at $38,876,165, an above the line difference of $6,062,359, according to City Manager Martin Casey.

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MABTON — A remark posted on the Mabton Residents Facebook page claiming the city’s Mayor is seeking to sue the city for back wages is unfounded, Mayor Laura Vazquez.

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BUENA — David Sanchez Diaz, 36, faced two more preliminary hearings for child molestation in the third degree and for rape of a child in the third degree after being jailed last November for two counts of rape of a child in the second degree, human trafficking, and tampering with a witness.

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