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TOPPENISH — The Toppenish Garden Club is hosting a plant sale at the Toppenish Visitors Center, 504 S Elm St., on Saturday, May 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or until sold out.

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DC — Rep. of District 4 Dan Newhouse-R voted to support the Senate Amendment to H.R 133, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, to fund the federal government through the Fiscal Year 2021 and provide additional COVID-19 relief to Central Washington.

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YAKIMA — According to a release from Astria Health after announcing the stepping down of John Gallagher, Astria Health also released they were scheduled to exit bankruptcy by the end of this year, however, on a Monday hearing at the bankruptcy court, Astria Health Attorney Sam Maizel filed an amended plan.

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YAKIMA — Kessie Alexandre, a leading scholar on the subject of water insecurity and assistant geology professor at the University of Washington will launch the Yakima Valley College’s 2020-2021 fall Diversity Series with a virtual conversation surrounding “Water Justice as Social Justice.”

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SUNNYSIDE — The City fire department sought and has received a $4,200 Yakama Nations Legends Care grant.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Sunnyside Police Department will be hosting a drive-through Trunk-or-Treat and non-perishable Food Drive Collection event on October 29, 5-8 p.m., Golob Landing at the entrance of E. Edison Ave. and Van Nutley Dr.

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TOPPENISH — Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic will be offering flu shots at interim locations through October and November.

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YAKIMA COUNTY – The Yakima Health District canceled their distribution of at-home, mail-in COVID-19 test kits for county residents on Tuesday, Sept. 15 due to hazardous levels of wildfire smoke.

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SUNNYSIDE — Mayor Francisco Guerrero has reappointed Planning Commission Vice Chair Brittan Moore and Roland Rogers to the city Planning Commission, for their second four-year term on the Planning Commission.

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