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Boeing should cut the cake and get back to work

Congratulations on your first hundred years, Boeing. Cut the cake and get back to work!

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Therapy service expands to meet needs

Therapists now serving Grandview

A Sunnyside business saw a need to accommodate clients traveling long distances to receive therapy services.

Wine awards available

The Washington Wine Industry Foundation is offering Bill Powers Sabbatical awards for up to $5,000 to one individual each year.

County jobless numbers up

Yakima County’s unemployment rate was 9.9 percent last month, up from November’s 8.3 percent.

Training planned

New Vision, the Yakima County Development Association, will offer a 2-day supervisory course.

Gas prices on the rise

Contrary to state and national trends, Yakima County gas prices have increased the past week.

Staff hours changing

The Daily Sun is changing its advertising staff hours effective Wednesday, Feb. 1.

County issues food inspection report

Yakima Health District notes review results

The most recent food inspections and observations reported by officials with the Yakima Health District include:

Trailblazing educator a model for ‘making America great’

Keys to fulfilling President Donald Trump’s pledge to “Make America Great Again” are well-prepared people who employers can hire to run our factories and businesses.

EPA fines lower valley companies

Three Lower Yakima Valley businesses were fined in the fourth quarter of 2016 by the federal Environmental Protection Agency.

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Workshop focuses on ‘heartbeat of soil’

More than 20 dairy farmers, crop growers and government officials attended a workshop about how manure nutrients improve soil health.

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Domino’s unveils new look in Prosser

Restaurant includes dining

A “dough show” and inside dining are among the features of the new Domino’s Pizza, 364 Chardonnay Ave.

Costco okays settlement

Costco Wholesale will pay an $11.75 million to settle allegations its pharmacies violated the Controlled Substances Act, federal Department of Justice officials said.

Officers announced

The Columbia Basin Development League has announced its executive officers for 2017.

Bills back businesses

Lawmakers are lining up to support bills backing the “Small Business Bill of Rights” for mom-and-pop entrepreneurs.

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