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SUNNYSIDE — Little was said regarding a new public records request policy adopted at the May 6 Port of Sunnyside Commission meeting.

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SUNNYSIDE — Beginning in March, things started changing at the local McDonald’s Restaurant, when construction workers were first seen tearing up parking space and landscape.

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SUNNYSIDE — Anyone who’s purchased clothing for a formal event at Fashion Corner, needing alterations, can probably say they are familiar with local seamstress Veronica Madrigal.

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SUNNYSIDE — Beautician Olga Fuentes has been helping making area women look lovely for nearly 21 years at her Magic Scissors Salon.

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Cold War Patriots (CWP), a community resource organization, will host a free Hanford Workers Ice Cream Social in Washington on Tuesday, May 14, in Richland and on Wednesday, May 15, in Pasco.

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SUNNYSIDE — Astria Health, parent company to Astria Sunnyside and Astria Toppenish hospitals, as well as several area clinics filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this morning, May 6.

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For several months, residents have been spreading the word there would soon be a Denny’s restaurant in town.

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The iconic Dark Horse Inn at 1400 Yakima Valley Highway is now under new ownership.

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Rep. Congressman Dan Newhouse last Wednesday, April 24, toured Ostrom’s Mushroom Farms’ $38 million, 43-acre construction project, led by President and CEO David Knudsen, and learned about the high-tech facilities being currently installed at 1111 Midvale Road.

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There’s going to be a new option for people who are looking for a gym where they don’t feel intimidated.

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Guerra Gourmet and their vintage 1951 Chevy truck rambled their way through the rich farmlands of the Yakima Lower Valley to deliver a fresh produce experience in their wood burning oven faire, as the family served up their popular pizzas during the annual Show ‘N Shine in town a couple weeks ago.

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Yakima Valley College’s teaching winery, students and Yakima Valley Vintners hosted a community open house in March for enthusiasts to learn about wines produced in the Yakima Valley, tour the winery and enjoy tastings of student-crafted, award-winning wines.

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Wednesday, April 17, garden enthusiasts can take part in the Spring Fresh Flower Workshop hosted by Alice’s Country Rose Floral of Toppenish and Squeeze Inn Restaurant & Food Truck of Zillah.

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The many hours Astria Sunnyside Hospital volunteers have spent helping patients, working in the gift shop and lending a hand at community events are greatly appreciated, said Astria Health Foundation Director Nancy Leahy.

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The Yakima Health District and Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority at Heritage University will provide a free informational session and HIV testing for the public of all ages on Wednesday, April 10, at Heritage University, 3240 Fort Road in Toppenish.

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Astria Regional Medical Center has received Organ Procurement Organization (OPO), LifeCenter Northwest’s Collaboration Achievement Award to Astria Regional Medical Center for superior performance in organ donation for 2018.

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Traffic Flagger Certification courses will be offered at Yakima Valley College beginning Friday, April 19.

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Hoptown Wood Fired Pizza, 2560 Donald-Wapato Road, took home top honors at the first food truck rally of the year, which took place at Skateland in Union Gap on March 23.

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Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is seeking nominations of employers who demonstrate excellence in providing support for breastfeeding mothers.

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The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) has recently updated the list of pesticides that are allowed for use in marijuana production in the state, based on criteria previously established by WSDA.

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Steele Brown of Golden West Vineyards, Royal City, was elected to the Board of Directors for the Washington Winegrowers Association by vintner and winegrape grower members from across the state.

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Hospitality and tourism professionals will discuss how to create a consistent and memorable customer experience on Tuesday, March 19, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center, 2140A Wine Country Rd.

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The Washington Wine Industry Foundation raised more than $237,000 during its annual fundraising auction on Wednesday, Feb. 13, in the Tri-Cities.

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The grand opening of Grocery Outlet attracts Sunnyside city officials and local royalty for today’s 9 a.m. ribbon cutting event, which featured a grocery receipt as the ceremonial ribbon.

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Love’s Travel Stop and Truck Tire Care will be participating in a one-day, national hiring event on Thursday, Feb. 28, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 700 Wine Country Rd.

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The USDA has awarded the Washington Apple Commission $8,457,600 to mitigate the damages from the additional trade tariffs on imports.

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With the dairy shelves being stocked and employees working diligently earlier this week, Grocery Outlet owners Kevin and Tonya Richmond are excited for Thursday’s grand opening celebration.

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Residents, who in the past traveled to Prosser for medical care, can now be seen by the care providers at the new Prosser Memorial Health Clinic, 1003 Wallace Way.

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Grandview businesswoman Gloria Mendoza, far right, celebrated the opening of her latest venture “Gloria Casa de Vino” on Valentine’s Day.

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Chukar Cherries’ popular “Original Assortment” earned top honors in a first time Gourmet Food Gift category at the annual Las Vegas Winter Market, which took place Feb. 5-7 in Las Vegas.

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After more than 25 years, serving as the local bus stop and diesel truck stop, The Outpost on Waneta Road has received a massive remodel, owner Gary Christensen announced Thursday.

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Fresh, juicy apples are the number one agricultural crop in Washington State “…and apples also ranks as the state’s leading agricultural export,” Washington Apple Commission President Todd Fryhover told Sunnyside Noon Rotary Club members last Monday, Jan. 28.

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Area business owners with a desire to network and share marketing ideas are invited to attend twice monthly gatherings at Silva’s Professional Tax Services office, 1015 E. Lincoln Ave.

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