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Read your editorial concerning I-1639. It seems you don’t have an understanding of what an assault rifle is. I found this a while back, thought I’d share it with you. Also, when the Sheriff says he will refuse to enforce and unconstitutional law, he is doing his job. He swore to support and defend the U.S. Constitution and the Constitution of Washington State.

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As they are enough of a problem when in private practice! To add insult to injury people reelect them again and again. In Congress we have a very high percentage of Attorneys, who while criticizing the President their rating is the lowest of all!

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It is with great concern I write this as my worry for the citizens of Sunnyside is now joining my longtime alarm for those residing in my hometown of Wapato.

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We’d like to add our names to those who are encouraging the community of Sunnyside to vote a resounding YES on February 12th for the projects needed at the Sunnyside High School.

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I am writing to thank Sunnyside residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season.

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To the Sunnyside School Bond Voters:

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I am writing this letter regarding the proposed Sunnyside School District bond that raises more than $16 million.

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As I raised kids here in Sunnyside, I appreciated the fact that they had good schools to attend.

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By proclamation of Governor Inslee, January is School Board Recognition Month. This marks the 24th year of the annual observance initiated by the National School Board Association in 1995.

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My name is Jessica Alcaraz. I would like to express my disappointment with Sunnyside’s cemetery.

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By proclamation of the governor, January is School Board Recognition Month. It’s a great time to recognize our elected community members who selflessly give their time and energy in support of high-quality public schooling for our youth.

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Three cheers for youth gathering food for the hungry. (‘Youth group leads charge for downtown donations’ in The Daily Sun News, Dec. 19, 2018)

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The Sunnyside Police Department would like to thank our Sunnyside Walmart for sponsoring this year’s holiday Shop With A Cop!

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In May 1901 the Sunnyside Sun published for the first time. At that time Sunnyside wasn’t yet a city and wouldn’t be incorporated until September of 1902.

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On Wednesday, Nov. 21, my family and I were shopping in Sunnyside Walmart. My daughter has a seizure disorder, and she had one at the store.

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“Washington State Stadium” - a publicly named stadium - will promote local and international industries from the State of Washington and result in millions of dollars of economic activity for the citizens of the State of Washington.

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As we celebrate the service of veterans today, too many are homeless and hungry, struggling to get the health care they deserve. (‘SHS honors veterans with tribute’ and ‘Feeding the hungry’ in the Daily Sun News, Nov. 11, 2018).

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It’s vital that we vote our values, so I’ll be voting for Jim Curtice for Yakima County Coroner this fall.

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As I received my ballot and voter’s pamphlet, with many items and candidates to consider, my vote for coroner is not something I have to dwell on.

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I normally don’t get into politics. Yet, as I am working my way through the ballot tonight, I want to share my vote for James “Jim” Curtice as the next Coroner.

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Economists say Washington state will have more tax revenue next year than was expected, more than has ever before been generated.

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I wish for you—a long and happy life, free from violence and oppression, full of love, community, and opportunity. A place of peace, where no one who works hard is left behind, where small towns still offer good jobs, great schools, and bright futures.

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As a member of the Selah City Council, I am proud to recommend that you vote in the general election for Jeremie Dufault.

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I have known Jeremie Dufault for many years, and I can tell you one thing: He is a man of personal integrity and high honor.

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As our state government continues to veer to the left, I hope Yakima Valley voters do their best to fight the Seattle liberals by electing conservative Republicans.

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I would like to strongly encourage you to vote for Norm Childress, who is running for the Yakima County Commissioner District No. 3 position.

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Grandview High School class of 2020 would like to thank and commend Marchant Home Furnishings in Grandview for supporting their fundraising efforts this past Saturday, Sept. 22.

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Today I look back at all that I’ve experienced, not only the past five years that I gave my life to my Lord. But, my whole life seems to have led to this more than just a hurdle I have to clear.

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The Sunnyside Police Department would like to thank and acknowledge all those who participated in our National Night Out celebration Tuesday, August 7th, 2018.

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Hearing all these for and against the sales of marijuana in this city sort of puzzles me? Not that I am for or against it! But being a person being in severe pain for MANY years, makes me look at this differently than many people.

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I also attended the last meeting of the Sunnyside City Council. I was impressed with the letter Mr. Jason Raines wrote to the Daily Sun News pertaining to this meeting. He spoke the truth and was brave enough to write about it.

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UPDATE: Sunnyside’s City Council is rescheduling consideration of the proposed ordinance to modify the current zoning prohibiting the retail sale of marijuana. City staff are currently reviewing future calendars with the council to re-schedule this matter. NOTE: This poll is used for community involvement only. Results will not be used in City Council's decision.

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