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Officials to meet

Economic revitalization is the focus of a dinner meeting Jan. 18.

Crossing open Monday

The Lower Granite lock and dam near Pomeroy will be open for public vehicle crossings from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday during the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

Voter deadlines approaching

Residents in the Grandview or Prosser school districts will have to act soon to register to vote in their respective Feb. 14 bond measures.

Winter weather advisory issued for Benton, Klickitat counties

Blowing and drifting snow expected to hamper traffic throughout the region

Benton and Klickitat counties are under an advisory as 2-4 inches of new snow is expected by tomorrow.

Columbia River salmon policy talk set

The state Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider updating the Columbia River salmon management policy when it meets Jan. 13-14.

Parenteau shuts out Saskatoon

A Tri-City Americans goalie has earned the team’s first shutout of this hockey season.

Some area teams ranked

Two area boys basketball teams are ranked among the Top 10 in their divisions this week by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.

Girls face Hermiston

The undefeated Grizzlies (10-0) girls hoops team will hit the court tonight at 7 p.m. in Hermiston, Ore.

Show ‘12th Man’ pride

The Daily Sun will be publishing another Seahawks poster Friday.

Grizzlies win Dick Pruett title

Wrestlers bring home 4 gold, 2 silver medals

The Sunnyside Grizzlies boys wrestling team dominated the Dick Pruett Memorial on Saturday.

Tease photo

Wapato racks up Grandview pins

Area wrestlers to some championships

The Wapato Wolves easily captured the Grandview Winter Classic team title on Saturday with six individual champions.

Novelist to present work

A Central Washington University professor is the next featured speaker during the annual Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series.

Library plans activities

Lower Yakima Valley libraries are offering programs for families on Thursday.

Group offers snow removal

Those 55 and older are eligible for a little help removing the snow, thanks to Homestead Place volunteers.

Members sought

The Benton County Museum and Historical Society is seeking new members.

Heritage extends deadline

Heritage University is extending the deadline for students to drop classes.

Community plans march

Organizers expect more than 800

A peace march is planned Jan. 16 by a team of local organizers and non-profit groups.

How to guard against fraud

What are the steps seniors need to take if they suspect Medicare fraud?

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