Housing funded boosted

The Catholic Family and Child Services’ Young Adult Housing Program, with branches in the lower valley, has been awarded a $130,597 grant to provide housing resources for young adults.

Jamboree features new musicians

The August Gospel Jamboree will welcome newcomers Paul and Stephanie Melton as its featured guests.

Granger group to host yard sale

The annual Granger Historical Society yard sale will be the topic of the 1 p.m. Thursday meeting in the Scout Cabin 102 Main St.

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Open, horticulture awards named

In the horticulture classifications, 4-H exhibitor Hayden Schloss of the Valley Critter Sitters Club took home top honors at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo last week.

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Dog days of summer in Sunnyside

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Miss Sunnyside Candidate

Naila Rodriguez

The Miss Sunnyside Pageant is not the first gala for this candidate.

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Exhibit honors Latino families

Library seeks more locals to share stories

The life of an early Yakima Valley disc jockey is one of the individuals featured in the new public exhibition now on display at the Community Library, 621 Grant Ave.

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Casino night for seniors

Sunnyside Senior Center hosted its annual Casino Night Friday.

Beer, whisky festival set

Plans are under way now for the third annual Prosser Beer and Whiskey Festival.

Tiny art on display

The Mighty Tieton Warehouse is hosting the 10x10x10 Tieton Exhibition from noon-3 p.m. Friday through Sunday at the 608 Wisconsin Ave. gallery.

Beck, Guy to play Maryhill

Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy will be the next musicians to perform as part of the Maryhill Winery summer concert series.

Pastor hosts mosaic class

A local pastor will offer two mosaic classes.

Fundraiser planned

A meet and greet for Yakima County Superior Court candidate Alex Newhouse is 5-7 p.m. Aug. 25 at Bon Vino’s Bistro and Bakery, 122 N. 16th St.

Pokémon coming to Prosser

Pokémon has invaded the community.