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LEGAL NOTICES

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SUNNYSIDE — The Dungeon Boxing Club originated from Teresa and Cruz Ramos’ friendly two-car garage seven years ago and since then has relocated to a larger downtown facility, encompassing more than 70 members, six years of age and older.

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SUNNYSIDE — Leo Celso Perez Vergara, 24, faced a preliminary hearing in front of Judge Richard H. Bartheld on Thursday, Sept. 24, and is being held on a $50,000 bond for burglary in the first degree and unlawful imprisonment.

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MABTON — 18-year-old Jeannette Aguirre, Mabton, was hospitalized at Astria Sunnyside Hospital and later charged with negligent driving in the second degree following a collision with a Freightliner semi-truck after failing to yield the right of way at approximately 4:22 p.m. on Sept. 22.

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YAKIMA COUNTY — Medical Teams International will be holding two community-based testing events on Friday, September 25 for residents in Sunnyside and Yakima. Testing is free and no appointment is required.

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SUNNYSIDE — The school board work session on Monday, Sept. 14, largely discussed connectivity issues throughout the district, updates on how virtual learning is progressing, and evaluating the return of small groups of students – specifically differently-abled students.

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SUNNYSIDE — 18 to 24-year-old youths who are at risk of homelessness can now seek refuge at 610 McClain Dr. at The Young Adult Emergency Housing founded by Rod’s House out of Yakima – an organization dedicated to providing housing for youth in the Yakima.

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SUNNYSIDE — Numerous stray dog complaints from city residents has brought Councilman Mike Farmer to the conclusion that the city is being overrun with stray animals.

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SUNNYSIDE — With nearly all community celebrations cancelled this past year due to COVID-19, there is still money in the lodging tax revenue account. However, much less than the original estimate of $171,400. City festivals, funded by the lodging tax, have a direct impact on the amount of tax returning to the city, Councilman Dean Broersma who also serves as the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) committee chairman, explained.

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MABTON — The journey of self-discovery for Adrian “Noe” Calixto, owner of N Between The Lines clothing and grid kids coach, has guided him in becoming an unwavering advocate for helping others in need with repurpose apparel.

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GRANDVIEW — The first pass of 10 acres filled with more than 4,000 Ambrosia apple trees were selected for mid to late harvest from their colorful ripeness by 13 fast-moving crew members at R & H Farms starting at 6:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17.

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SUNNYSIDE — Two Sunnyside police officers were involved in a shooting on Thursday, Sept. 18, at approximately 8 p.m. after responding to a violation of a no contact order.

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YAKIMA — Alberto Jonathan Reyna, 21, of Sunnyside appeared in Yakima Superior Court Monday, Sept. 21, facing charges of possession of stolen vehicle.

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SUNNYSIDE — U.S. Cellular has recently received two new sales managers hailing from Yakima, Jasmin Heredia and Jesse Soto, and they couldn’t be happier to be here.

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