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Scholarship deadline nears

The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association’s annual Smart Choices Scholarhip application deadline is April 1.

Fun run with pooches

The 17th annual POPP Pooch and Pal Run and Walk is set for Saturday.

Winery hosts barn dance

People who enjoy dancing and those who would like to try can enjoy an evening at one local winery’s first-ever barn dance.

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Hillclimb competitors get early start

Competitors to test the hill on Saturday

Engines will be revving and ready to go Saturday as approximately 20 motorcycle competitors take to the hill at Dry Creek Recreation Area.

Survivor champion to be at local event

A champion of television’s reality hit “Survivor” is attending a fun run and mountain bike race to take place May 20.

Greyhounds fall due to own goal

The Greyhounds squared off Tuesday with Selah in drizzling conditions and lost, 2-1.

Rain disrupts winning game on Pasco field

What was looking to be a win for Sunnyside was halted by mother nature last night.

Golfers prep for full round

At Tuesday’s Grandview jamboree six Greyhounds boys played 9 holes, as did two girls.

Bowling Report

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Hoops Hysteria

Granger man charged in kidnapping

Local man’s bail set at $75,000

A local man will be arraigned March 28 after he allegedly threatened a man and held him at knife point.

Prosser extends pot moratorium

Improper legal notice delays council action

The City Council will wait another four months before making a decision on possible changes on allowing retail marijuana stores.

County not seeking funds for flood victims

Commissioners, Honeyford differ on Outlook

County and state officials apparently aren’t seeing eye-to-eye on the community’s recent flood.

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Council OKs hospital’s bid for state funds

Approval comes despite concern

Expediency overruled a councilman’s concern as the City Council approved a $2 million application for state funds on behalf of Sunnyside Community Hospital.

Flooding possible through Friday

The National Weather Service anticipates the Yakima River will approach flood stage by Friday afternoon.

Grandview man faces vehicular assault charge

Arraignment is March 27 for injury crash

A local man will be arraigned March 27 for charges stemming from a crash Saturday night.

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Birthday climbs

West Benton Fire & Rescue firefighter Keith Johnson pauses during one of two climbs Sunday during the Scott Firefighter Stairclimb at Seattle’s 69-floor Columbia Center.

Krystal Bravo

Miss Grandview Candidate

This candidate hopes to become a surgical assistant following high school graduation.

Center plans Spring Break Bash

The Community Center will offer everything from Crossfit to food during a three-day event.