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GRANDVIEW — High School senior Destiny Jones’ portrait of her bird, “Benjamin,” is the 2019 Washington State Board of Education Award winner.

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GRANDVIEW — A youth drop-in program for children ages 6-18 is being offered at the city’s Community Center, 812 Wallace Way.

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YAKIMA — Lower Yakima Valley students who received honor roll status for the Yakima Valley College Winter Quarter 2019 (by town).

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SUNNYSIDE — Rep. Jeremie Dufault of the 15th Legislative District made a visit to Daren Fickel’s social studies classroom and taught an interactive 90-minute period of Washington state government at Harrison Middle School on Monday, May 6.

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GRANDVIEW — High School senior Destiny Jones’ portrait of her bird, “Benjamin,” is the 2019 Washington State Board of Education Award winner.

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TOPPENISH — One week ago, youngsters in area 4H clubs and FFA chapters were saying good-bye to the animals they’ve spent countless hours raising.

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GRANDVIEW- Yakima Valley College will host a financial application workshop from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at the Grandview YVC campus, 500 WW. Main St.

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GRANDVIEW — Grandview High School students have been named as the top vocational scholars for the third quarter of school.

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Four Sunnyside High School girls have been named Girls State by Grandview’s Fred E. Hayes Unit 57 of The American Legion Auxiliary to attend Evergreen Girls State in June.

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Ashley Ripplinger, a senior at Prosser Senior High School, has signed a commitment to attend one of the Northwest’s top technical school following graduation.

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The Prosser Memorial Health Foundation Board will award one $2,000 scholarship to high school seniors pursuing a college degree in the healthcare industry from each of the three high schools in PMH’s service area including Prosser, Grandview and Kiona-Benton. 

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Harrison and Sierra Vista Middle School Technology Student Association teams made a great showing at the Washington State Technology competition held during spring break March 28-30, at Doubletree SeaTac, announced team advisor Darla Van Corbach.

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Yakima Federal Savings and Loan will be awarding $120,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors from area high schools — one male and one female from each.

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An animated story time program and preschool pajama party, featuring the popular children’s book character and cartoon personality Llama Llama was hosted by the Sunnyside Community Library last Friday morning.

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When spring break comes, 60 Mabton School District families will have extra food in their cupboards, thanks to a special bunch of student volunteers.

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YouthBuild Yakima Valley helps 16 to- 24-year-old youth, who left high school without a diploma, by providing GED education, construction training and mentoring.

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An evening of good food, friendly conversation and bluegrass-gospel music was the setting for the 24th annual Sunnyside Christian School Foundation dinner last Thursday at the Sunnyside Christian Elementary School, 811 North Ave.

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The names of Lower Yakima Valley students listed on the University of Washington’s Dean’s List for Autumn 2018 quarter has been released.

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Eastern Washington University fall quarter Dean’s List has been released with the following Yakima Valley students earning academic honors:

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Sunnyside High School Knowledge Bowl teams finished the season in fifth place, in regional competition on Feb. 20 at West Valley High School.

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Graduating high school senior girls or those currently enrolled in college are encouraged to apply for the P.E.O. Chapter EX 2019-2020 Scholarship.

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When Grandview High School art instructor Kimberly Hall submitted the work of five young art students to the 46th annual ESD105 High School Art Show, she hoped one or all would do well.

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Darek Lilienthal for top Grandview High School FFA scholar during the second quarter of vocational scholars honored by the Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion.

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Their concern for classmates undergoing cancer treatment has resulted in community service programs led by the Sunnyside Middle School Technology Students Association (TSA).

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The Yakima Valley College Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the annual Distinguished Alumnus Award.

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Harrison Middle School honor roll for the first semester includes the following students – those student’s names denoted with an • are 4.00 grade point average.

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The deciding votes collected from the downtown ballot box were the major factor in pushing the Sunnyside School District 2019 Bond to a super majority approval today, Wednesday.

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