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SUNNYSIDE — Astria Health announced completion of the financial restructuring deal with the loan transaction of almost $75 million from MultiCare Health System on Friday, Jan. 15, according to an Astria Health media release.

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SUNNYSIDE — Locally owned and operated company Davis Pump & Electric Motors, Inc. has recently been acquired by an Oregon based company, Orchard & Vineyard Supply (OVS), on December 18, 2020 – an acquisition that brings multiple benefits to the seven employees that will continue to work at the business.

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SUNNYSIDE — To end the Chapter 11 bankruptcy Astria Health entered in 2019, Interim President and CEO for Astria Health Brian Gibbons has announced there are two plans in place to move forward and exit by Jan. 16, 2021.

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SUNNYSIDE — With the infusion of Washington State Department of Agriculture’s $150,000 grant, a custom butcher business at 10 Maple Grove Road is helping unforeseen need in the Yakima Valley meat supply.

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SUNNYSIDE — The longtime lower valley financial agency Lower Valley Credit Union members has merged with Self-Help Credit Union, with headquarters in Durham, N.C., effective Jan. 1, 2021.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Dennis Weets family have operated their metal fabrications company on their farm on Countyline Road in Grandview for 20 years and recently, the metal specialists decided to expand their business and move to town.

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LOWER VALLEY — Getting customers to “Shop Local” is more than a catchphrase — it’s a case of life of death for small mom and pop shops forced to close or partially reduce services since early March.

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SUNNYSIDE — Following the sale of Valley Processing’s assets in September, the 40-year-old global fruit juice concentrate manufacturer — which employed 86 full-time employees and was a prominent business leader within the community — closed without much public attention.

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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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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 — As a small business owner Yovany Guerrero of El Real Furniture was happy to learn the city has extended the deadline for businesses seeking COVID-19 business grants through Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 5 p.m.

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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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GRANDVIEW — “We’re trying to survive. As farmers, we are essential food producers. We have a state license to be open and we are,” Bill’s Berry Farm co-owners Julie and Bill Michener made clear Monday, Sept. 14.

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