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Customers day slated

A customer appreciation day is planned at the local cellular store, 2010 Yakima Valley Highway Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sun Terrance changes

Sun Terrance Retirement and Assisted Living, 907 Ida Belle Road, has a new name – Sunnyside Assisted Living.

Spectra choice for State Fair

The Central Washington State Fair board has selected Spectra by Comcast Spectacor to provide Food and Hospitality Services for the SunDome, State Fair Park and the Central Washington State Fair.

Washington 26th fiscally

The Evergreen State ranks 26th in this year’s edition of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University study ranking the United State by fiscal condition.

Beauty school closes quietly

After 13 years operating Sunnyside Beauty Academy, the last eight years in Golob’s Landing, owner Gayle Hays, announced she was retiring.

Grandview woman launches new service

Business offers custom moving solutions for families

Helping a loved one relocate or clearing the estate after someone has passed can be extremely emotional and challenging; but thanks to a new business in the area, families don’t have to do it alone.

Fair volunteers sought

If you are a fair lover and have some time on your hands, you might consider volunteering at this year’s Central Washington State Fair.

New storage offered

Too much stuff? Eric Placzek of Prosser may have a storage solution to fit consumers’ needs.

Sprint holds grand opening

The former Radio Shack building in the Mid Valley Mall has taken on a new life as the new location for the Sprint Store.

Coming soon

Excitement continues to build at the Mid Valley Mall, 2010 Yakima Valley Highway, as the Ross Dress for Less store nears completion.

Case has new signage

The Central Machinery Sales Inc, 207 W. South Hill Road, has new signage.

Newhouse is chamber guest

Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-Sunnyside) will be guest speaker at the Prosser Chamber of Commerce luncheon from noon to 1:30 p.m. today, at Jeremy’s 1896 Public House, 1232 Wine Country Road.

United Way board named

Six company officials seated for nonprofit

The United Way of Central Washington has appointed six new board members.

Race to toll likely to clip Washington drivers

In 2014, President Barrack Obama opened the door for states to collect tolls on interstate highways.

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