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Baseball clinic free to all kids

Sunnyside’s Cal Ripken Baseball organization will be offering free baseball instruction this fall at the Harrison Middle School batting cages.

Sunnyside swimmers best Davis, lose to Moses Lake at CBBN meet

YAKIMA – The Sunnyside Lady Grizzly swim team commanded the pool against Davis High School in Thursday’s double-dual meet at Yakima’s Lions Pool, but fell to Moses Lake.

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School library bustling with activity

The old days of keeping library conversations to a whisper are a thing of the past at Harrison Middle School.

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Grandview woman Miss Yakima County

When Jocelyn Baca sets about to accomplish a goal, she tackles it with a great intensity.

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Scott sisters offering pony rides at Del’s Feed & Farm this Saturday

Rachel and Kirsten Scott will be offering pony and buggy rides from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. this coming Saturday, Sept. 20, at Del’s Feed and Farm Supply in Sunnyside.

Economic development discussions focus of planning commission meeting

After postponing its main agenda item - a public hearing for a proposed preliminary plat and rezone submitted by Catholic Charities Housing Services - the Sunnyside Planning Commission this past Tuesday held discussions centered on economic development.

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Clean-up to commence

Sunnyside Planning Commissioner Leroy Werkhoven shares plans for the next Loving Sunnyside Initiative event planned for Saturday, Sept. 27.

Wastewater rate hearing set for Nov. 4

Port of Sunnyside officials will hold a special rate hearing on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 10 a.m. at their administration office at Golob Landing.

Lil’ Grizzlies Dance Camp starts next week

The Sunnyside High School Grizzly Dance Team is putting on a Lil’ Grizzlies Dance Camp at the Pioneer Elementary School gym, 4-5 p.m. on Sept. 23-25.

Electricity rate increase meetings set

Customers of Pacific Power will have the opportunity to comment to state regulators on the company’s proposed electric rate increase request next week in Yakima or Walla Walla.

City expands number of email accounts

Members of the Sunnyside Planning Commission, as well as any other city board or commission, now have their own city-owned email accounts.

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Swimming pool got used more than was expected this summer

Sunnyside’s municipal swimming pool accommodated more people this past summer than was anticipated.

Quit smoking with help from hospital

A seven-week course offered by Sunnyside Community Hospital & Clinics will help people kick the smoking habit for good.

Former beau apprehended

Early this morning (Thursday) a woman called Grandview police to report her ex-boyfriend was in her back yard.

Burglary, shoplifting reported in Sunnyside

Police in Sunnyside have since yesterday (Wednesday) investigated a burglary reported in the 2300 block of East Edison Avenue and a shoplifting incident at Walmart.

Lawnmower left out, stolen

Yakima County Sheriff deputies are investigating a report of a lawnmower stolen from the 300 block of Boundary Road near Mabton yesterday morning.

Mabton police kept busy

Mabton police were investigating a report of abuse in the 400 block of B Street Thursday morning. No other details were available.

Firemen have busy 36 hours

Sunnyside firemen have responded to 12 aid calls since this past Tuesday.

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Charter school debated in Sunnyside

A crowd of more than 50 people, mostly supportive of the idea of establishing a charter school in Sunnyside, turned out last night for a public forum in Sunnyside.