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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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SUNNYSIDE — There is a playful melody of barks resonating from the well secured pasture play areas where dogs are attentively encouraged to be, well, themselves while being under the protective guardianship and passionate care of Megan Maltos, owner of The Spawt.

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SUNNYSIDE — When Banquet and Event Coordinator Lori Alvarado found out that Snipes Mountain Microbrewery and Restaurant was opening for outside dining, she recalled, “I didn’t sleep all night.”

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SUNNYSIDE — Since opening its doors in 2007, HAPO Community Credit Union, resting snugly on South Sixth Street, has been assisting residents of Sunnyside for all their financial needs and going beyond to be there for personal needs as Financial Service Specialist Jenessa Ruiz illuminated.

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SUNNYSIDE — Even as threats of major United States Postal Service (USPS) operation cuts continue to worry postal customers, especially as the November election draws closer, local USPS officials reported earlier in the week, mail is still being delivered and on time.

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MABTON — There is a collection of family friendly, cheerful drinks for daily refreshment being crafted at Krystal’s Koffee, a new drive-thru which opened to an enthusiastic line of motorists which stretched beyond their 301 North Main Street location.

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SUNNYSIDE — Over a year has gone by and the process of working with the City’s Office of Community Development has not yielded much progress in the establishment of restaurant dining and outside patio food service, business owners Michelle and Jesse Flores Jr. turned to council members to vent their frustrations and to request help with the gristly code compliance process.

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SUNNYSIDE — After 25 years of living in Sunnyside, Mohammed Nassar decided it was time to expand his family business ventures by taking over ownership of the East Edison Market on the corner of E. Edison Avenue and South Sixteenth Street, renaming it Grizzly Market.

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SUNNYSIDE — With her voice catching in her throat and tears trickling down her cheeks, owner of Family Beauty Salon Daisy Rivas, was feeling the financial pressures as she sought assistance to apply for a small business grant on June 19 – a weight that has lifted off her shoulders a bit since Yakima County has reached Phase 1.5 meaning her small business can open in a limited and gradual capacity.

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SUNNYSIDE — La Vaquerita, a clothing store owned and operated by the Romero family, have tapped into a youthful and industrious approach handled by Martin, 16, and Uriel, 11, for helping their parents generate an income during the COVID-19 pandemic by selling face coverings outside the downtown store, which have now been made mandatory by the Washington State Department of Health on Friday, June 26.

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SUNNYSIDE — When City Financial Director Elizabeth Alba was given the job of distributing a donation of 17,000 disposable face masks, she sent a shout out to her fellow Sunnyside Rotarians for help.

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SUNNYSIDE — Yakima County Development Association is promoting a new grant program for small businesses impacted by COVID-19.

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