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Attention singers

Puyallup Fair hosts national anthem auditions

Oh say can you sing The Star Spangled Banner?

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‘See How They Run’ tickets on sale

Tickets are now on sale for the Valley Theater Company performances of “See How They Run,” a comedy, to be staged at Princesses Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.

Winery plans shop showcase

The Mid-Columbia Wine and Tourism Council is hosting its second “Shop and Share Showcase” tomorrow.

Rehearsals for talent show

Rehearsals resume Tuesday for Sunnyside High School’s 16th annual Hospice Talent Show.

Play set for Feb. 14 in Prosser

Treat your sweet to a Valentine’s Day luncheon and matinee.

Front Street hosting Winterfest concerts

The historic Front Street district is the site tomorrow for eight artists and four venues for the city’s annual Winterfest concerts from 7 to 11 p.m.

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Museum to host cowboy show

A national touring cowboy musical group will perform at the Yakima Valley Museum, 2105 Tieton Drive, at 7 p.m. on Feb. 12.

‘Oliver!’ auditions slated for children, adult roles

Young would-be actors wanting a shot at performing in the Broadway classic “Oliver!” are invited to audition for the play at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 11, at the Princess Theatre, 1226 Meade Ave.

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Tenors perform at Wildhorse

Internationally acclaimed group, the Tenors will be performing a Valentine’s show in the Rivers Events Center at Wildhorse Resort and Casino on Feb. 13.

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This ‘Hawk’ house is hard to miss

A home on South 15th Street features a Seahawks-themed lighted display that brightens an otherwise cold winter’s night.

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Jedi, Sith turnout for premiere

Lightsabers welcome at Yakima Valley Grand Cinema

The sound of activating lightsabers echoed.

Follow the star

A star atop the home of Steve and Heidi Van Boven of 2210 Waneta Road in Grandview can be seen for miles this holiday season.

New children’s book recently released

ABC’s: Animals, a Beast and Some Creatures to Seek is a fun way for young children to learn the alphabet, according to first-time author Ammie Heard.

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Taking the train to see Santa a family affair

Lower Valley families can add a new tradition to their holiday activities with a short train ride.

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Star Wars fans already lining up

Movie-goers anxiously brave snowy weather to be among the first to see Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens