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SUNNYSIDE — Jonathan Suarez, 23, and Jose de Jesus Suarez, 26, of Sunnyside face drive-by and assault in the first-degree charges after engaging in an intense gun fight causing bullet damage to three occupied houses and Washington Elementary school, busy with campus staff.

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SUNNYSIDE — The need for clear and almost constant communication has been made a necessity since COVID-19 pandemic effectively eliminated in-person school board meetings. Impacted most severely has been parental and public involvement crucial for back to school decision making.

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YAKIMA VALLEY — Yakima County Sheriff’s Office (YSO) announced on Tuesday, Oct. 13, a 24-year-old Yakima woman, Sydney Karn, was reported as a missing and endangered person but on the same evening, she had been found alive.

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YAKIMA — County Auditor Charlie Ross assures the public his staff in the Elections Office are ready for the return of the ballots that went out this week to the more than 122,850 registered voters already requesting them.

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YAKIMA — Yakima County has been approved to advance to Phase 2, meaning movie theaters and restaurants owners will move to 50% capacity and libraries and museums will be open to 25% capacity.

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Airfield Estate Winery of Sunnyside operator navigates a Pellenc wine harvesting machine through a neighboring parcel on Friday, October 9.

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SUNNYSIDE — The city council has approved the purchase of a 2012 Pierce Velocity Rescue Engine to replace the city fire department’s 1982 fire reserve Engine 12.

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SUNNYSIDE — Sunnyside School District will be the second in Yakima County to test out a product that will extend Wi-Fi out into the community and surrounding area.

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SUNNYSIDE — There will be a Lighted Farm Implement Parade, despite the current state of COVID-19 restrictions, promised the Sunnyside Noon Rotary.

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SUNNYSIDE — Sunnyside School District Superintendent Kevin McKay informed the school Board of Directors on Monday, Oct. 28, that the bids for the Sunnyside High School athletic complex project were rejected and is now looking to redesign so the project can be put up for a re-bid.

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SUNNYSIDE — At the board work session on Monday, Oct. 5, discussions on how to return and when to return took place after Yakima Health District announced on Sept. 28 schools could potentially return to a staggered hybrid learning model no sooner than Oct. 12.

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SUNNYSIDE — When Monica Guillen of Sunnyside interviewed and accepted a position with Rod’s House as a Behavioral Health Specialist in February, she didn’t expect the “social” to be taken out of “social work” as the pandemic effectively shut down the country.

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GRANDVIEW — Yakima Valley Vintners (YVV), Yakima Valley College’s teaching winery, recently received several awards at both the 2020 Seattle and Cascadia International Wine Competitions.

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SUNNYSIDE — In an effort provide affordable low-income housing for mentally ill individuals in the community, Comprehensive Health Care (CHC) is applying for a grant to add 20 units next to its Vista Del Sol 12-unit complex at 111 E. Parkland Dr., announced Sunnyside CHC Director Rick George.

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