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Crash kills Selah man

Driver failed to stop, State Patrol reports

A Selah man is dead after a two-vehicle crash yesterday afternoon.

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Darigold construction nearly complete

Company hosts ribbon cutting Wednesday

Crews are putting the finishing touches on a $97 million expansion project.

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Little Miss Mabton Court crowned

Newly crowned Little Miss Mabton Princess Yaricza Moreno, left, and Little Miss Mabton Delilah Fernandez pose for the crowd attending the pageant Friday night.

Sewing camp sessions offered

A summer camp focused on learning the finer arts of sewing garments begins today at 310 Seventh St.

‘Seniors on the go’ changes meeting date, time

“Seniors on the Go,” a social activity group for local senior citizens, has changed its weekly meeting date.

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Sunnyside’s homeless count shows big drop

County total dips below 600 for the first time

The number of homeless in the city has dropped by almost 10-fold since 2012.

State proposes permit update

Large livestock and animal facilities are one step closer to having a standard set of practices that protect surface and groundwater quality.

Representative plans town hall

Rep. Matt Manweller will host a telephone town hall June 22.

Newhouse receives award

Congressman Dan Newhouse received the Horst G. Denk Legislative Service Award from the Independent Bakers Association.

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Sunnyside restaurant hosting art show

In an effort to give local artists an opportunity for more exposure, the city’s Arts Commission has launched what it hopes will be a rolling art show.

State fair exhibitors may enter online

Planning to exhibit or show at this year’s Central Washington State Fair?

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All aboard

City of Mabton borrowing funds for water purchase

$700K-$800K loan to come from a bank

The city will borrow up to $1 million to ensure it has senior water rights.

Sunnyside chamber winding down

Local group facing another federal tax issue

The Chamber of Commerce is closing, its members learned during a meeting yesterday.

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Doctor keeps it in the family

Father and sons share medical practice

A father and his two sons have been ensuring Lower Valley residents can see clearly for three decades.