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Pippins offering baseball camp

The Yakima Valley Pippins are offering a free three-hour baseball camp Saturday.

Series race set at Renegade

Renegade Raceway will host Summit Series Race No. 7 of the season Saturday.

Annual invite slated for July

The 27th Annual AAU Central Washington swim invitational will take place July 9-10.

Yakima United offers free camp

The Yakima United Football Club is hosting a free soccer clinic July 23.

Swim meet set for July 1-2

The 54th Annual Kiwanis Invitational swim meet will take place July 1-2.

Pippins win in extra innings

The Yakima Valley Pippins defeated the Bellingham Bells, 9-5, in extra innings last night.

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Anglers allowed to harvest sturgeon

From July 1 to September 30

Beginning July 1, recreational anglers will have the opportunity to harvest hatchery sturgeon from Wanapum and Priest Rapids reservoirs.

Mabton hosts camp July 15

The Mabton Athletics Booster Club is hosting a volleyball camp July 15-16.

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Swinging away in Sunnyside

Baseball camp running through July 27

“Every day you come, we’re going to get better.”

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Local swim teams in action

Sunnyside defeat Naches, 439-316

The Sunnyside Rotary swim team bounced back to defeat Naches, 439-316.

Here’s to Darigold’s investment in our town

In this day of mixed financial news, it’s refreshing to see business booming at Darigold.

Medicare payments concern provider


As a local rheumatologist who treats Medicare patients, I am deeply concerned by a recent proposal from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that could result in further payment cuts for Medicare Part B drugs.

Detoxifying Congressional politics

Thankfully, June 8 marked a milestone for Congress.

My childhood memories of a 1970s dog

A thread on the question-and-answer website Quora discussed the stark differences between dog ownership in the 1970s compared with today.

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Singing at the ‘Square’

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Clerk claims to be making progress

County officer faces possible contempt issue

The county clerk is making progress in fixing issues ranging from personnel to reconciling bank statements.