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Daily Sun staff brings home awards

Work selected among best in state, nation

The publisher of The Daily Sun was presented one of the nation’s top newspaper photography awards Friday in abstentia.

Biology of stress is topic

A film about resiliency and the biology of stress is a featured part of a two-day conference being hosted by the Community Involvement Action Coalition.

Grizzlies ‘Spirit Day’ gear told

Homecoming week at the high school will see students wearing all manner of styles as they participate the annual Spirit Week dress-up days.

Prom night for seniors

The “Fall in Love” Senior Prom for seniors, who are 55-years and older living in the community, will be from 2-5 p.m. Oct. 19, at the Red Lion Hanford House.

Students help Harvey victims

They hoped they’d get 500 items for their mission to help students impacted by the Hurricane Harvey in Texas.

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Tasty apples

Students were encouraged to participate in a district wide “Apple Crunch” Oct. 4, as part of Taste Washington Day, celebrating Washington agriculture.

Prosser plans pumpkin party

Historic Downtown Prosser Association in partnership with Prosser Farmers Market and Mustangs for Mustangs will be hosting a “Pumpkin Palooza” on Oct. 21.

Oktoberfest on the slopes

The annual Oktoberfest fall reunion will be held at the white pass ski lodge, 48935 US Highway 12, from 1 to 5 p.m. Oct. 14.

Movie in the Park

Yakima Valley College’s Grandview Student Council and city Parks and Recreation will offer a free “Movie in the Park” event Oct. 7, beginning shortly after dusk.

2007: Goats invade cattle feedlot

A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun

Scholarship luncheon celebrates empowerment

$15,000 to be awarded

A luncheon to celebrate female empowerment and professional leadership will take place at the 11:30 a.m. Junior League Fall Scholarship Luncheon at the Yakima Country Club Monday, Oct. 9.

Sinegal establishes scholarship

The Sinegal Family Foundation has awarded Heritage University $1.14 million, which will be used to fund five full tuition, stackable scholarships each year for the next four years.

Clinic urges women to seek screenings

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

About one in eight women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point in their lives.

Potato feed benefits center

Good food for a good cause will be on the menu during the Harman Center’s annual Potato Feed planned for 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 10, at 101 N. 65th Ave., Recreation Program Supervisor Leslie Richards said.