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Fidel Amaro of Sunnyside had the opportunity to book a bull elk hunt with Bartlett Creek Outfitters at Marshall Wilderness in northwest Montana. On Sept. 18, he was able to shoot what he called “…a nice bull elk.”

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Fidel Amaro of Sunnyside had the opportunity to book a bull elk hunt with Bartlett Creek Outfitters at Marshall Wilderness in northwest Montana. On Sept. 18, he was able to shoot what he called “…a nice bull elk.”

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It again took a tiebreaker to determine first and second place in the Sunnyside Sun’s Week 9 Football Forecast game over the weekend. Tyler Weber of The Dalles, Oregon ultimately took first over Richard Leyendekker with a tiebreaker score of 35. Both winners correctly predicted 9 of the 11 games.

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OPEN CLASS (41 Teams): 1, LeAnne Wolf, Jason Robinson, Larry Wolf, 6 cows, 69.23 sec.; 2, Jason Robinson, Cayley Rishor-Olney, Beth Rishor, 6, 72.36; 3, Larry Wolf, Cayley Rishor-Olney, LeAnne Wolf, 6, 76.58; 4, Larry Wolf, Fred Young, Jessica Martinez, 6, 80.26; 5, Emily Vanausdl, Wyatt Crowley, John Schieche, 6, 82.05.

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Cascade Bicycle Club member Marco Behar of West Seattle and recently retired Seattle Public Schools teacher, sets up his tent after riding the fifth leg of the Eastern Washington tour which encompassed about 350 miles and 20,000 feet in elevation range over the six-day biking adventure.

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PROSSER — When most people think of Mt. Everest, they envision an unattainable climb. But for 60-year-old Mary Jo Oldfield of Prosser, it is another chapter in her lifelong athletic journey.

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PROSSER — A portion of Sixth Street in Prosser was blocked off with bright orange cones and barricades sentineled the street corners as eager volunteers helped to create a competitive, on street space for the annual 3 on 3 basketball tourney held last weekend.

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TRI-CITIES — It’s Water Follies weekend on the Columbia River and hydroplanes will be warming up the water for three days beginning Friday night, July 26 on the 2.5-mile Columbia River Course.

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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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