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Members of the Sunnyside Lions Club and City Council held a touching dedication ceremony honoring Carol Stone, prominent Lions Club member, former councilmember, and public servant on Monday, Jan. 23, exactly one year after Stone’s passing.

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The Corner of East Edison Avenue and South eighth street will soon see the addition of the Sunnyside Fire Departments digital message board which was approved for purchase during the City Council meeting on Monday, Jan. 23.

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Pictured are Andres Garcia on the left and Danari Ceja in the center during the Sunnyside High School Key clubs yearly Freeze Out on Jan, 20. Donations raised from the Freeze out will be donated to The Lighthouse to support the women’s shelter.

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YAKIMA — Yakima Valley College’s teaching winery, received multiple honors at the prestigious 2022 Great Northwest Wine Platinum Competition. YVV’s 2017 Red Backpack Red Wine received double platinum while the 2018 Dean’s List Merlot and 2017 Senioritis Red Blend each earned platinum honors.

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Five classrooms of fourth grade students from Washington Elementary took to the sidewalk with their traditional message of equality for all people of color as vehicles honked with support this afternoon, Friday, Jan. 13, in front of the Sunnyside School Administration Building on Sixth Stree…

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After each U.S. Census is completed, approximately every ten years, Sunnyside School District must review the boundaries of their board of director districts to ensure equitable geographic representation.

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TOPPENISH — Local community members have been marching the streets of Toppenish to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for over a decade. The tradition continues this year at the Toppenish MLK Peace March and Celebration on Monday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m.

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YAKIMA COUNTY — Yakima County is currently seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. Recent holiday gatherings and related travel have likely contributed to the increase, according to a report from the Yakima Health District (YHD).