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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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SUNNYSIDE — Ballots are rolling in, as of press time Tuesday, the deadline for voting on the Sunnyside School District $2.8 million Replacement Education Programs and Operations Levy has passed.

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SUNNYSIDE — Thanks to a $35,000 donation, the Sunnyside Christian Elementary School students have bigger and safer playground equipment to enjoy outside of class time.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Port of Grandview Board of Commissioners will meet Saturday, Feb. 8 to discuss a long-range comprehensive planning retreat at a special meeting at 9 a.m., Bon Vino’s Bistro and Bakery, 122 N. 16th St.

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SUNNYSIDE — After a 39-hour flight from Thailand to Seattle, Ruth Wise and her four children are staying with Sunnyside relatives, Frank and Elizabeth Wise, after being told not to return to their Beijing, China home.

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SUNNYSIDE — 17 senior boys were selected by their classmates to compete for the title of Mr. SHS as they raise funds through an assortment of entertaining and challenging activities for the Yakima Children’s Village through Virginia Mason Memorial Health prior to the 12th annual “Sponge Bob Squarepants” theme pageant and talent show on Saturday, March 21.

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GRANDVIEW — Ruth Dirk has gone from working with a paper card catalog to digitalized library cards during her career as an assistant librarian at the Grandview Public Library.

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PROSSER — The Benton County Cattlemen’s Association Banquet hosted by the Walter Clore Wine Center Prosser attracted more than 160 people, Saturday evening.

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