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Soggy snafu for pot store

An email reportedly sent by Councilman Jason Raines resulted in a citizen complaint from David Rand at last night’s Sunnyside council meeting.

Artwork installed at SHS

A new art sculpture is put into place at Sunnyside High School yesterday (Monday).

Work to become a better investor

On Sept. 1, we observe Labor Day — a celebration of the American worker.

Businesses open despite ongoing construction

Sunnyside City Hall wants the community to know that the 28 businesses affected by street construction are open and ready to serve their customers.

Cellular Connection offers kids $1,500 award

Children ages 13 and younger in the Sunnyside area have the opportunity to earn college scholarships by simply doing one of their favorite activities: coloring.

U.S. Cellular offering $1 million to Sunnyside-area teachers

U.S. Cellular is donating $1 million to fund teacher classroom projects through its Calling All Teachers program.

New Bleyhl agronomy manager sees growth ahead

Terry McEntire is a man in motion.

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Learning Land Express under new ownership

Learning Land Express daycare and pre-school in Sunnyside is changing hands, but the business is staying in the family.

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Dragons, castles…and reflexology?

Mystical, magical, enchanting…Wales.

When preparing for back-to-school, don’t forget the after-school snacks

Making sure a child is eating healthy at breakfast and lunch time is an important part of the back-to-school routine, but experts at the USDA/ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital say that thinking about healthy after-school snacks is also important to consider.

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SHS volleyball tryouts ongoing

Sunnyside High School head volleyball coach Jordyne Jaquish (far right) talks to those attending tryouts this morning (Tuesday), while directing speed ladder drills.

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Hot Shots

Compiling a record of 4-0, the Sunnyside-based Crazy Legs won the 9th-10th grade girls division at the Hot Shots 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament in downtown Yakima last weekend.

Rotary golf tourney sign-ups underway

The Sunnyside Rotary Club is now accepting registrations for its 15th annual golf tournament to be held Friday, Sept. 19.

Public urged to comment on proposed fishing rules

Washington state fisheries managers are seeking public comments on proposed sport fishing rules being recommended for the Columbia River Basin.

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Water, fun, clean cars

Sunnyside High School Band Director David Chavey-Reynaud gets doused while washing cars at the band booster car wash last Saturday

Fall chinook fishing opens on Snake River

Starting this coming Saturday, anglers will be able to catch and keep hatchery fall chinook salmon seven days a week on the Snake River.

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Michael Eugene Tanasse

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Two Sunnyside golfers Banana Belt’s top finishers

Schutt low gross champ, Smith wins low net honors

Andrew Schutt of Sunnyside, this past weekend, bested what some might argue was the best field ever assembled for the annual Banana Belt.

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Large crowd turns out for ice cream makers’ 25th anniversary celebration

Sunnyside’s Paleteria La Norteña celebrated 25 years in business this past Saturday in a big way, with crowds of people visiting to get ice cream bars at 1989 prices and to see Spider-Man, Dora the Explorer and Elmo.

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Mapping out the weather

A mild fall is forecast for the western U.S. according to this weather map recently released by AccuWeather.