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They’re getting the scoop at Harrison Middle School

“Why don’t sixth graders have sports?” is the question young reporter Savannah Mirelez asks in the latest edition of The Golden Paw, the Harrison Middle School student newspaper.

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4-Her moves from pork to mutton

TOPPENISH – This is Jessica Scheenstra’s first year showing lambs at the Central Washington Junior Livestock Show.

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It’s a family tradition

TOPPENISH – For the past four years, 13-year-old Grace Van Belle of Sunnyside Lower Valley Livestock 4-H Club has been raising pigs for her 4-H project.

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Saying goodbye to her ‘Nightmare’

TOPPENISH – For the past several months Grandview High School FFA chapter president Lecie Owens has been learning how to handle her crossbreed Angus steer, “Nightmare.”

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SHS junior confident in ring

TOPPENISH – Mickayla Wert showed no signs of nervousness as she prepared to enter the ring at the Central Washington Junior Livestock Show this past Monday.

Shafer named to honor roll

SPOKANE – Grandview native Jamila Shafer was named to the winter 2014-15 honor roll list at Spokane Falls Community College.

Heritage University’s 2015 graduates named

TOPPENISH – Heritage University has released a list of 2015 graduates, including a number of natives of Sunnyside, Grandview, Outlook, Mabton and Granger.

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Mabton robotics programs growing

MABTON – There is a growing interest in the Mabton School District’s robotics programs, which is proof students are gaining valuable skills for the future.

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Award-winning apps being developed by HMS students

Harrison Middle School students are jumping into the world of technology with three award-winning apps designed to solve real world problems.

SHS accepting traffic safety class sign-ups May 11-29

Beginning Monday, May 11, teens interested in signing up for a traffic safety education class can do so at the Sunnyside High School ASB office.