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What’s smarter — paying off debts or investing?

It probably doesn’t happen as much as you’d like, but from time to time, you have some extra disposable income.

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‘Wattsmart’ lighting dresses up local apparel shop

Clients come from across Central Washington for the wide range of bridal and junior apparel offered at Fashion Corner in Sunnyside. They also come to see owner Irene Jochen and her staff for their outstanding customer service.

Prepare yourself for the unexpected

Are you ready for this? September is National Preparedness Month.

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Hotdoggers relish Sunnyside

The Sunnyside family of Alanna Cruz, Vanity Cruz and Ricardo Rodriguez pose as food in front of the Wienermobile at Sunnyside’s Fiesta Foods last Friday.

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Sunnyside father-son team reopening the former ‘Skunk’

Leo and Sam Madrigal of Sunnyside are working to reopen a historic downtown nightspot under a new name and management.

Make the right moves to leave a legacy to grandchildren

On Sept. 8, we observe National Grandparents Day.

LVCU garners federal funds

Sunnyside-based Lower Valley Credit Union (LVCU) is one of just 21 credit unions nationwide to share in a $160 million federal grant program.

New branch manager at Sunnyside bank

Ben Eisenga is stepping into his role as the new branch manager of Columbia Bank in Sunnyside.

Work to become a better investor

On Sept. 1, we observe Labor Day — a celebration of the American worker.

U.S. Cellular offering $1 million to Sunnyside-area teachers

U.S. Cellular is donating $1 million to fund teacher classroom projects through its Calling All Teachers program.

Businesses open despite ongoing construction

Sunnyside City Hall wants the community to know that the 28 businesses affected by street construction are open and ready to serve their customers.

Cellular Connection offers kids $1,500 award

Children ages 13 and younger in the Sunnyside area have the opportunity to earn college scholarships by simply doing one of their favorite activities: coloring.

New Bleyhl agronomy manager sees growth ahead

Terry McEntire is a man in motion.

Paperwork review for potential borrowers

YAKIMA – Entrepreneurs looking for financing to launch a business or buy equipment can get a free review of paperwork at the Rural Community Development Resources marathon on Friday, Aug. 22, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. in Yakima.

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