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Glancing back through the Sunnyside Sun pages, here is sampling of the stories published in past 100 years reflecting everything that made the Sun the original voice of the community.

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GRANDVIEW — Grandview’s American Legion Post has worked on commissioning a flag disposal box for worn and damaged flags and has found a home – albeit temporary – for the finished box.

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GRANDVIEW — The Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion announced it has elected its officers for the 2020-2021 year.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza request for city lodging tax dollars received the city Lodging Tax Advisory Committee’s stamp of approval Thursday, July 2, after a review of the American Legion Post No. 73 proposal was reviewed by city staff.

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SUNNYSIDE — There was a sense of cool resolve in the damp air early Saturday morning as the time-honored tradition of placing U.S. flags at veteran’s graves for the Memorial Day weekend tribute was threatened.

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SUNNYSIDE — The Sunnyview VFW Post 3482 Commander Bill Ingram and American Legion Post 73 Commander Greg Schlieve have agreed to honor veterans on Memorial Day weekend by amending their annual tradition to meet social distancing guidelines required to keep the community safe.

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SUNNYSIDE — The American Legion reminds veterans about reports of COVID‑19 treatment scams, fake charity pitches claiming to help veteran and military families, as well as a number of phishing scams of personal identity and financial information.

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GRANDVIEW — Due to an overwhelming need for blood donors, Grandview’s American Legion Post is hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, May 13, 1 to 6 p.m. at the Grandview Community Center, 812 Wallace Way.

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Billy Eugene Guyer born in Friona, Texas on Dec. 27, 1929 to parents were William H. and Geneva Marie (Jones) Guyer.

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SUNNYSIDE — The dance card of holiday events was brimming last weekend for the Sunnyside community. The Lighted Farm Implement Parade was the showstopper, but many new programs filling in the hours and meeting the whims of residents and visitors. For the patriotic, the scheduled 11 a.m. Pearl Harbor Day commemoration ceremony fell short due to American Legion member illness.