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Yakama Tribe to take cases

Members of the Yakama Nation beginning tomorrow will have their day in the tribe’s court.

Sunnyside women injured

Two Sunnyside women are recovering from injuries suffered in a Friday crash.

Pasco woman injured in crash

A Pasco woman was injured in a crash Saturday at Milepost 73 on Interstate 82.

Port to finalize land purchase

The Port of Sunnyside will have a special 5 p.m. meeting Monday at its offices, 2640 E. Edison Ave., Suite 1, to approve a real estate sale and purchase agreement.

Newhouse in town Monday

Congressman Dan Newhouse will kicks off his re-election campaign with a lunch stop at Snipes Mountain Brewery and Restaurant, 905 Yakima Valley Highway from 11:30-12:30 p.m. Monday.

Sunnyside man to be honored

Harrison Middle School intervention specialist David Hinojosa, a finalist for the state Classified School Employee of the Year, will be recognized at a 2 p.m. award ceremony April 28 at the Old Capitol Building, 600 Washington St. SE.

State proposes speed change

A request to increase speed limits on a roughly 100-mile stretch of Interstate 90 in Eastern Washington is under review.

Man dies while painting

An autopsy is being performed on a man who died in an industrial incident yesterday afternoon.

Transportation meeting slated for Wednesday

Columbia Basin officials and businesses will have an opportunity to meet with the Washington State Transportation Commission about issues and challenges.

Police arrest trespasser

A man trespassing in the 400 block of West Second Street at about 11 p.m. last night was arrested on a warrant.

Teen nabbed with liquor

A teenage girl is facing shoplifting charges following a theft at Safeway.

Mabton seeks grant funds

The city is applying for grant funding for a new splash pad to be constructed at a local park.

Students arrested

Two middle school students are facing marijuana possession charges.

Interstate closure set

Motorists traveling on Interstate 82 tomorrow may need to build a few extra minutes into their schedule.

Input sought on bus fare

The public can comment on proposals to charge a fare and change night schedules for Community Connector buses.

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