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SUNNYSIDE — The day began bright and sunny, with clouds and a thunderstorm looming while golfers with the Mid-Columbia Senior Golf Tour took their shots on the course at Black Rock Creek Golf Course last Wednesday, June 26.

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SUNNYSIDE — Astria Sunnyside Foundation’s annual Golf “Fore” Health Tournament teed off at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start of 65 golfers at Black Rock Creek Golf Course on Friday, June 14.

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SUNNYSIDE — The alleyway doors of the Dungeon Boxing Club swung open like a powerful, one-two combination of physical training in step with a determined goal for helping youth.

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YAKIMA — To reduce the risk of wildfires, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will again restrict target shooting on the 105,000-acre Wenas Wildlife Area near Yakima and Ellensburg.

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GRANDVIEW — The Grandview Municipal Swimming Pool opens Friday, June 14, and the Sunnyside pool will open the following day.

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Pictured are those who participated in the recent season of Club Sunnyside Volleyball. Among them is a group of competitors who recently qualified for nationals.

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It’s almost that time of year again… motorcycles and adrenaline junkies will be providing thrills and spills on the hill at Dry Creek Recreation Area in just more than a week.

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Angel Tovar, 14, of Mabton shot a 4x4 whitetail, his first buck, on opening day of modern firearm season this year, Oct. 13.

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Fall chinook are returning in extremely low numbers to the Yakima River and as a result, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has issued a fishing rule change that goes into effect on Thursday, October 18.

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States, tribes and three federal agencies continue to work side by side for the good of endangered salmon and steelhead as they extend the historic Columbia Basin Fish Accords for as many as four more years.

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To aid in successful spawning and incubation of the Chinook salmon eggs in the Yakima basin, the Bureau of Reclamation has begun its annual “flip-flop” operation.

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The Earl Barden Classic East-West high school all-state football game for 2A, 1A and B players included a couple of lower valley boys on the East team.

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Washington dominated what is believed to have been the first girls Greco-Roman wrestling dual meet competition in the United States here during June 15-20.

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Sunnyside High School Athletic Director Reed Hornung has accepted a job in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., area. He leaves Sunnyside tomorrow, June 14.

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The Grizzlies started spring football practice this week and will be finishing up next week. Coach John Lobbestael, who has brought the program back to prominence, had 60 turnouts on Wednesday, June 6.

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The federal Bureau of Land Management is prohibiting fireworks, exploding targets, and tracer and incendiary device public land it manages effective today.

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There were no team titles for lower valley high schools at the state’s track and field meets on May 24-26. But there were a couple of individual event champions.

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Wallowa Lake State Park and about a dozen others will celebrate State Parks Day on June 2 with free events.

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The first Root Beer Mile will be run Saturday, May 26, at the Sunnyside High School track at 10 a.m.

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The state Department of Natural Resources opened the new 17-mile Raging River State Forest mountain bike trail system Saturday, May 19.

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The annual May Days Golf Tournament returns to he Cherry Hill Golf Course, 510 Cherry Hill Road, on Saturday, May 19.

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Taking center at Renegade Raceways are the Pepsi Diesel Truck Drags and Pepsi High School Drags tonight, May 11.

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The Sunnyside Christian Knights, who topped off a 14-6 regular season with a 10-0 win against the Connell junior varsity, head to Kittitas on Saturday, May 12, to launch the 1B district tournament.The Knights will start the single-elimination affair with a familiar foe — Riverside Christian — at 11 a.m.

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Seventh-graders from Granger Middle School finished off a year of hands-on study of salmon and their life cycle by releasing fingerlings they hatched and raised into the Yakima River yesterday, May 9.

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The Sunnyside girls had a long week, competing in the Pasco Invite on April 24 and the 5th POD Columbia Basin Big 9 play April 26 at Three Lakes Golf Course in Wenatchee.

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The Selah Vikings boys tennis team swept the Greyhounds, 5-0, on the court Tuesday night.

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