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SUNNYSIDE — Random $50 and $100 donations to the Sunrise Outreach Food Pantry amounting to $6,000 will be used to purchase a badly needed cooler for the agency.

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SUNNYSIDE — Requests for building permits fell way off in April with only one permit issued for the entire month.

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TOPPENISH — Longtime councilor Blaine Thorington has resigned his spot on the Toppenish council creating a vacancy for Position 2, a term that will expire Dec. 21, 2021.

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SUNNYSIDE — While not many spots were open for local candidates during the recent filing periods, a number of precinct chairman’s names were thrown into the election pool.

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SUNNYSIDE — The American Legion reminds veterans about reports of COVID‑19 treatment scams, fake charity pitches claiming to help veteran and military families, as well as a number of phishing scams of personal identity and financial information.

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GRANDVIEW — Port of Grandview Commissioners will discuss several business park updates including a recent property sale when it meets Tuesday, May 12, 7 p.m., by remote teleconferencing.

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SUNNYSIDE — At of its April 27 meeting, City Council approved a proposed 2020 budget amendment –the first of the year– which included the changes to the budget based on recent union negotiations agreements.

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SUNNYSIDE — In anticipation of Gov. Jay Inslee’s extension of the Stay Home, Stay Healthy orders, City Council approved city programs and services will be closed until May 30.

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TOPPENISH — A $10,000 grant secured by the Yakima Valley Partners for Education (YVPfE) to help 220 families in the Lower Yakima Valley impacted by the COVID-19 virus is now available.

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GRANDVIEW — A community blood drive in cooperation with the American Red Cross on Wednesday, March 11 from 1- 6 p.m. at the Grandview Community Center, 812 Wallace Way.

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YAKIMA — Questions about retirement, health, veteran issues and tax filing are a few of the topics to be addressed at the Fourth Congressional District’s 2020 senior symposium for senior citizens and veterans.

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