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Norberta R. Saenz

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Leslie Otho Amundson

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Pumpkin decorating Oct. 21

Get ready for Halloween with pumpkin decorating at 1413 E Edison Ave.

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Steward Rogers

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Guadalupe "Oping" P. Hutson

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Alejandro (Alex) Arevalo Sr.

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Man arrested for PWC offense

A local man was arrested Monday for allegedly operating a personal watercraft in a reckless manner.

Driver arrested

A local man found himself in the city jail following a traffic stop at 5:10 p.m. Monday.

Man killed on South Wapato Road

An unidentified man was killed early yesterday in a hit-and-run crash on South Wapato Road, 5.4 miles west of the city.

Steward E. Rogers

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Neva Bernice Rowe

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Leslie O. Amundson

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Prosser drops league match, 2-3

Loss at Selah gives Bulldogs No. 1 position

Man shot, taken to Harborview

Sunnyside has drive-by shots

A 45-year old resident of Granger, who was shot just after midnight Thursday, was rushed to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

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Homecoming parade showcases SHS

This year’s Sunnyside High School homecoming royalty traverses the Edison Avenue parade route from Central Park to the High School.

Council hears about Public Works wish list

The big discussion last night at the City Council budget workshop it was about a wish list it appeared everybody wanted to add to the public works budget.

Earthquake in lower valley along Highway 97

But no residents felt the tremor

Seven small earthquakes were recorded yesterday along U.S. Highway 97 south of this city, but residents here and west of here said they didn’t feel the tremors.

Teens hurt in car, two truck crash

Truck drivers escape not injured

Two persons were injured when two trucks and a car crashed into each other at the intersection of state Highways 243 and 24, just north of the Vernita Bridge and the Columbia River.

Disconnecting from Pacific Power may cost

State says Pacific can make charges

Pacific Power is allowed to recover costs from customers who choose to disconnect permanently from the company’s electricity services, state regulators have decided.

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