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There have been nine confirmed deaths by coronavirus in Washington state alone. I believe in order to contain the spread of the virus throughout our nation is to place strict regulation to places of social gathering like clubs, bars, events, transportation, businesses, hospitals, schools and religion institutions.

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We are writing to express our support for the Sunnyside School District levy which is on the ballot for the Feb. 11 election. It’s important to understand that this levy is not a new tax; it is simply a replacement for the current levy which will expire at the end of the year.

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And you the taxpayer are paying the price, whether you live in the city or county. The following information is directly from Mr. Dave Cook, Yakima County Assessor. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) owns 84,772 acres in Yakima Co. and is proposing at this time to buy 2 other parcels

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CSML (Community Services of Moses Lake) in Moses Lake, Washington is seeking funding to aide in construction costs of a new food bank and distribution facility, a terminal warehouse, and a food storage building.

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At this time of Thanksgiving, we pause to give thanks to those who enrich our lives. At the University of Washington School of Medicine in partnership with Gonzaga University, we are especially grateful for the growing community of friends, professionals and partners in Toppenish who help us deliver top-ranked medical education every day.

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That is the primary reason we elected Mr. Trump, and within minutes of being elected the Washington Post stated impeachment would begin! This is a man who was a very successful businessman who only ran because he loved this Country & was concerned about its direction.

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It’s that time of year again when we get to participate in the democratic process of voting. Make sure your voice is heard. I have lived in Sunnyside all my life. Over the years, I have seen Sunnyside change, but it is still my home, my town, my community. We have several races for City Council going on. I encourage you to get to know your candidates and their issues before you vote.

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