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SUNNYSIDE — During a press conference with Governor Jay Inslee and State Superintendent Chris Reykdal earlier today in which they discussed recommendations for school reopening and how high risk counties should restart remotely — the formal decision about Sunnyside School District’s reopening plans will be made Friday, Aug. 7 at 7:30 p.m., via Zoom, confirmed by Director of Communications Jessica Morgan.

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SUNNYSIDE — Presenting the 2020 budget second quarter update, City Finance and Administrative Services Director Elizabeth Alba told councilmen there was good news to share despite the state and county-wide COVID-19 lockdown on March 13.

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SUNNYSIDE — The 2020 Primary Voter’s guide is only available online at the Secretary of State’s election website, but it is worth a look at the large field of candidates seeking congressional, state, judicial, local commission races, in addition to local taxing issues.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Yakima County’s 119,699 registered voters should find their 2020 Primary Election ballots in their mailbox beginning Thursday, July 17, according to Yakima County Elections Supervisor Yolanda Arellano.

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OLYMPIA — The reopening of the state is something Sunnyside business owner Leticia Sandoval eagerly awaits while struggling to find ways to keep her independent insurance company running.

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OLYMPIA — On the day Washington state recorded its 11th death from the COVID-19 virus, Vice President Mike Pence arrived in Pierce County to meet with Gov. Jay Inslee and state health officials.

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OLYMPIA — Republican senators pitched their own ideas to address Washington state’s homelessness crisis following the supplemental budgets unveiled by Democratic lawmakers this week.

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OLYMPIA — Washington lawmakers elected to prohibit the transfer of inmates to out-of-state private prisons, except for specific reasons, after the Senate voted 30 to 18 in favor of Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6442.

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SUNNYSIDE — The City Council gave City Manager Martin Casey an “over-all satisfactory and above average approval” rating after reviewing his first year as the city’s top administrator.

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OLYMPIA — Sen. Jim Honeyford’s (R-Sunnyside) proposal to establish a Community Aviation Revitalization Board has passed the state Senate again. The senators voted Friday to formally create a program that will help smaller, regional airports operate in the black.

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SUNNYSIDE — A balanced 2020 city budget and strategies in place to build in a health financial continuity plan has taken up a large portion of first year City Manager Martin Casey work.

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