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Thanksgiving meal boxes roll out with a festive smile

As the holiday season nears, hundreds of people in need lined up early to ensure their spot for a carry out feast with all the fixings during the Third annual Thanksgiving Meal Box Distribution hosted by Second Harvest at Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church on Monday.

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Grandview firefighter recognized

Craig Taylor of the Grandview Fire Department was named The American Legion’s Firefighter of the Year by Grandview’s Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of The American Legion in ceremonies this past Saturday.

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Eagle Scout alumnus honored with award

What started with a desire to build a memorial for an Eagle Scout Service Project by Nick Denchel evolved into an impressive sign for Legion Park and a memorial honoring Grandview’s Gold Star Mothers.

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Crew recognized for saving boaters

The ship and crew of Tidewater Transportation’s tug Ryan Point was presented with the Humanitarian of the Year Award and American Legion Silver Heroism Awards by Grandview’s Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of The American Legion in a ceremony this past Saturday, Nov. 10.

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CWAC names all-league athletes

The Central Washington Athletic Conference has released the names of cross country runners, football and volleyball players with all-conference honors.

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Thanksgiving meal boxes roll out with a festive smile

As the holiday season nears, hundreds of people in need lined up early to ensure their spot for a carry out feast with all the fixings during the Third annual Thanksgiving Meal Box Distribution hosted by Second Harvest at Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church on Monday.

November 14, 2018 noon read more..
  

Featured photo gallery: Prosser honors veterans with breakfast, parade

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Opinion

 

U.S. health care’s primary problem — A doctor shortage

America’s medical system is facing a primary care crisis. To meet our nation’s needs would require almost 15,000 additional primary care doctors. Take into account the effects of aging and population growth, and the shortage will climb to almost 50,000 by 2030.

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