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A show and food drive

For one night only the Uptown Theatre company will present the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol at the Uptown Theatre, 1300 Jadwin Ave. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show will begin at 7 p.m.

Dress up ugly for pub crawl

Don your best “ugly” sweater and head out to the Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl from 5-9 p.m. Saturday. The crawl will begin at the Old Warehouse Restaurant and Lounge 705 Railroad, Ave., at 5 p.m., then progress to the Squeeze Inn, 611 First Ave., at 6 p.m. and continue onto The Stonehenge Tavern, 603 First Ave. at 7 p.m.

Inslee, Ferguson vow net neutrality fight

State officials to use bully pulpit for concessions

On the eve of the Federal Communications Commission’s vote to repeal the so-called “net neutrality” rules, Gov. Jay Inslee and State Attorney General Bob Ferguson said they will be fighting back.

Jim Reitsma


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Lois Marie Dunn


Zillah chooses The Daily Sun

City to honor Mayor Clark Monday night

The Daily Sun will become the newspaper of record for Zillah after the City Council accepts the results of a bidding process Monday.

Keglers fall to Wenatchee

The Grizzlies bowling team lost Tuesday’s match to Wenatchee by more than 500 pins. The Panthers won, 1874-1343.

Group hosts elections

The Lower Valley Assembly will meet at 6:45 p.m. Thursday at Jordan Hay Shop, 22202 N. Hinzerling Road. Elections of executive board officers will be held.

Stolen vehicle arrest made

Police arrested a Sunnyside transient for possession of a stolen vehicle. Jason Michael Espinoza, 35, of was arrested Monday afternoon in the area of the hospital.

Jose S. Garcia


Lois Marie Dunn


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Isabel Lopez


FCC vote tomorrow

The Federal Communications Commission is one day away from a vote that could start a momentous change of course for the Internet.

New Eye Center site coming

The Port of Sunnyside’s sale of 1.2 acres of land at Golob Landing should mean improved access to medical and legal services. Port Executive Director Jay Hester announced that The Eye Center of Yakima has purchased the property for two new professional buildings.

Whitefish season opens

Whitefish fishing season is open on the Yakima River.

Toppenish City Council raises water, wastewater fees

The City Council raised water rates by 5 percent during its meeting Monday night. City Manager Lance Hoyt said the increase was necessary to help pay the next upgrade to the water system.

Council rejects two LTAC proposals

City officials OK $48,603 for tourism agency

A public outcry over the Lodging Tax Advisory Commission’s recommendation to deny bed tax dollars to the community float program prompted the City Council to send the issue back for reconsideration.

Betty L. Pearce



Meeting canceled

The Sunnyside Industrial Development Corporation Special Meeting slated for 6 p.m. today has been canceled.