Museum plans open house

An old-fashioned Christmas is promised at an open house at the museum, 704 S. Fourth St.

Pearl Harbor ceremony set

A ceremony to honor Lower Valley Pearl Harbor survivors will take place at 3 p.m. Saturday.

Donations eyed for meal

Donations are being sought to provide a free Christmas dinner for seniors citizens ages 50 and older.

Festival tickets still available

A gala event to benefit the Sunnyside Community Hospital’s new cancer center will be at 6:30 p.m., Friday.

Granger, sheriff contract OK’d

The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office will provide the city with telephone and radio communications as well as access services during hours in which police radio personnel are not on duty.

Corrections deal inked

An interlocal corrections and detention agreement with Granger was approved by Yakima County commissioners last Tuesday.

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Love of tree climbing leads to unusual career

Daniel Hernandez loves climbing trees. He also loves working with a chainsaw.

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Timely help

Loading food for delivery to Sunnyside food banks are, left to right, Sun Valley Elementary School Vice Principal Ryan Kannely, School Resource Officer Joe Chiprez, school counselor Anthony Andrews, police officer Erica Rollinger and Sunnyside Police Explorer Arturo Casas.

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Outlook woman marks 100th birthday

For her 100th birthday, former Sunnyside school nurse and Outlook resident Madelyne Kassebaum was honored with a proclamation from Mayor Ed Murray designating Nov. 24 as Madelyne Larson Kassebaum Day.

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Brothers to lead lighted parade

The grand marshals of this year’s Lighted Farm Implement Parade are brothers who spent nearly their entire lives in the community, running a business together and serving their city.

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Ready for dinner

Checking the turkey for today’s Oasis Community Church outreach luncheon are Rosa Jaime, her daughter Ashley and volunteer Jessica Madrigal.

Facebook users give thanks!

What are local Facebook users thankful for?

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Dinner benefits local man

Grant Smith (right) prays with the Dennis Cromwell family this past Saturday night at a benefit held to help offset medical costs incurred during Cromwell’s ongoing cancer treatment.

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ESL classes gain new teachers

The Nuestra Casa English as a Second Language classes have grown so much in the past years the organization has hired three new teachers to help those wanting to learn English.

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Long time short order cook now helping to prepare healthy food

Preparing snacks for more than a thousand elementary school children a day is a full time job for school district food services worker Joann Tucker Smith.