Mt. Rainier openings announced

The annual spring opening of Mt. Rainier National Park and its facilities has begun. Many roads are open earlier this year due to the low snowpack, but visitor services and facilities may be limited in some areas until summer staff is available.

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Fun night out

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Sunnyside’s secret WWII operations detailed for local Nouvella members

Sagebrush cleared and a pair of mile-long airplane runways constructed in a two-week span?

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Former DJ finds herself helping CDL students realize their dreams

GRANDVIEW – To some Lower Valley residents, Dulce Curiel for many years was the voice pouring through the radio, sharing her life with them.

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Supporting staff, programs motivation for 25-year veteran of Inspire Development Centers

My, how time flies. Especially if you have a job you love.

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Sunnyside High art student regional contest winner

For the first time in at least 25 years Sunnyside High School has an art student whose work will advance to a statewide art show.

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Sunnyside City Hall accounting assistant learning to recognize local residents one account at a time

For the past year Debra Espinoza has been learning a lot about water consumption in the city of Sunnyside.

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Blind U.S. Army officer to be keynote speaker at fundraiser

Those attending the Sunnyside Christian Schools’ annual foundation dinner on Thursday, March 19, will get a chance to hear the inspirational story of U.S. Army Major Scotty Smiley.

‘Penny-a-Day Campaign’ successful in G’view

GRANDVIEW - The third annual Penny-a-Day Campaign, sponsored by Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion, netted 246,296 pennies in the month-long fundraiser.

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Career change gives receptionist more time with his family

Sunnyside’s Ramon Campos has gone from rotating tires at Les Schwab Tires to scheduling patients as a receptionist for Dr. Tatiana Antoci at Sunnyside’s Lincoln Avenue Family Medical Center.

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Prestige Care administrator has become one of Sunnyside’s cornerstones

For the past 30 years Mary Arthur has given her time and care to the well-being of patients at Prestige Care & Rehabilitation in Sunnyside, formerly known as Hillcrest Manor.