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Kettle corn will travel

Be an ‘environmentally friendly’ investor

On April 22, we observe Earth Day, a worldwide event focusing on protecting the environment.

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Flea markets find new audience

Spring crowds encouraged to shop awhile

New tourist attractions are popping up around the Lower Yakima Valley that may at first seem like ‘just another flea market.”

WorkSource gets facelift

Remodeling and expansion of the Sunnyside WorkSource offices are set to begin May 1 and ending June 30, local program director Teresa Sparks announced.

Learn to flag for traffic

Traffic Safety Flagger classes are being offered beginning May 19 at the adult skills center on the Yakima Valley College campus,1120 S. 18th St.

Livestock site hacked

Area ranchers who sell livestock on the internet may have had their information hacked.

New Farmers Market needs producers

The search is on for producers to support the Granger Farmers Market opening in June.

Business owners must speak up about state tax talk

Raising taxes on “the wealthy” might seem like a great idea until you realize that many of the proposals coming out of the state Capitol would apply to small-business owners who don’t meet most folks’ definition of wealthy.

Firm moves to new site

WestWind Aviation Services has moved to a new hangar.

Rural lands change hands

The following rural land transactions were reported last week in Mabton and Outlook:

Property sales reported

Several properties in the city were sold last week, according to Yakima County records.

Hanford meeting set

A federal agency will offer a town hall meeting for former and current workers at Hanford site.

Company assists FFA

Tractor Supply Company, which operates a Del’s Feed and Farm Supply store locally, donated $731,000 to the National FFA Foundation.