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The Yakima County Board of Commissioners has agreed to change how they are elected after being sued earlier this year by four residents and the organization OneAmerica.

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Effective 12:01 a.m. on June 30, all industry sectors previously covered by guidance in the Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery or the Safe Start Reopening Plan returned to usual capacity and operations, with limited exceptions for large indoor events (more than 10,000 simultaneous participants in an indoor, enclosed space.)

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PROSSER — The Historic Mercer invites the public to attend a nonpartisan Primary Candidates Forum on Monday, July 19 in the Mercer Building, 717 Sixth Street in downtown Prosser.

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On Tuesday, June 29, 2021 Gov. Jay Inslee issued a housing stability ‘bridge’ emergency order, Proclamation 21-09, intended to bridge the operational gap between the eviction moratorium (which will expire at 11:59 PM on June 30) enacted by prior proclamations and the protections and programs subsequently enacted by the Legislature.

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GRANDVIEW — At its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 22, Grandview City Council discussed the utilization of social media and how to ensure avoidance of violations of the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA).

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Sunnyside City Manager Martin Casey announced on Friday his intention to resign from the senior management role effective August 15.

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Sunnyside City Council voted unanimously to extend the COVID-19 emergency declaration at their April 26 regular meeting.

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An agreed understanding was reached at the March 22 Sunnyside City Council meeting between the City of Sunnyside and Yakima County District Court, regarding a new option for a DUI court program.

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SUNNYSIDE — Friday afternoon after safely landing back in the Yakima Valley in the wee hours of the morning, Congressman Dan Newhouse (R-Sunnyside) was still trying to digest what happened on Wednesday, Jan. 6, when the country’s capital was overrun by Trump supporters contesting the results of the state’s electoral college ballots.

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OLYMPIA – Increased security is now expected around the Capitol building in Olympia on Monday, Jan. 11 for the start of the 2021 Legislative session.

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