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Long-time trophy maker branches out

GRANGER – Rudy Guzman is the owner of Classic Trophies in Granger.

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Sunnyside woman makes selling apples full-time career

What started out as door-to-door candied apple sales has become something of a miracle for Anna Garza, the founder of Mom’s Candied and Caramel Apples of Sunnyside.

Tease photo’s a changing world

PROSSER – The economy has become more global and the U.S. doesn’t have sway over other countries it once had.

Expedited Social Security process available for disabled veterans

There is a new disability process to expedite disability claims filed by veterans with a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation rating of 100 percent Permanent & Total (P&T).

Social Security honors all veterans who serve

Every day of the year, Americans across the nation remember friends and family members who have served and sacrificed for their country.

Improve your own ‘investment environment’

On April 22, we celebrate Earth Day — a day devoted to education and action on environmental issues.

Disability problems? Social Security can help

Disability is something most people don’t like to discuss.

Prepare for health care costs during retirement

As you save and invest for retirement, what are your ultimate goals? Do you plan on traveling the world? Purchasing a vacation home?

Social Security for women

The Social Security program treats all workers - men and women - exactly the same in terms of the benefits they can receive.

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Local electrician community driven

Working as an electrician for the past 17 years, Aron Hunsaker has found he enjoys getting out into the community, learning more about the people living in the Yakima Valley.

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New burger shop owner hopes to whet Mabton appetites

MABTON – Laura Vasquez wants people to just visit and try her food once, because she believes that once they try it, people will be coming back for more.

Unemployment benefits manual no longer being mailed to all applicants

Internet access is now so available in Washington that the Employment Security Department expects to use it to deliver key benefit information that until now automatically went out by mail.