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Vine and tractor

A John Deere tractor sits among a vineyard of concord grapes earlier this week off of East Allen Road.

Patrols stepping up “Click It or Ticket” enforcement

Klickitat and Yakima counties join in

Area law enforcement agencies are stepping up their seat belt enforcement next week.

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Sunnyside Christian brings music via Skype

Teacher flies in from Michigan for performance

Sunnyside Christian High School music students John and Arie Prins found it a little strange to have their band teacher in the classroom Wednesday.

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Setting the pace

Could hop-tying crew set world record? Maybe

Carpenter Ranch co-owner Craig Carpenter is so impressed with the work of one particular hop-twining crew that he recently posted a video on Facebook of these human whirlwinds.

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‘Alice’ in rehearsal

Missoula Children’s Theater production of “Alice in Wonderland” Director Jay Echols, left, helps Ihanna Perez, who plays the Queen of Hearts.

Candidates file for offices

Garza the first to file for Sunnyside seat

Betty Lynn Garza filed for City Council Position No. 3 yesterday, making her the first candidate to file for any of the three open spots.

Inslee signs distracted driving law

Inslee also signs stricter DUI law

The rules of the road just got tougher.

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Local fourth-grader in fight for his life

Nathaniel Wood, 9, may need a bone marrow transplant

The community is responding quickly to one of their own in need.

Woman’s tip stalls house scam, for now

House hunting is hard enough. But when renters and sellers find themselves in the middle of an interstate scam, people not only lose the opportunity for a nicer home, they also lose their hard-earned money.

State agriculture officials call for West Nile vaccinations

Mosquitos can transmit virus to horses

The state Department of Agriculture is urging horse owners to vaccinate their animals as soon as possible to protect against West Nile virus.

Craft brewing has area hopping

You’ve seen an explosion of hop yards in the Yakima Valley in recent years and have probably wondered why.

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Sign of the Times

Press leaves; Daily Sun continues printing in Hood River, Ore.

The last newspaper printing plant in the Lower Yakima Valley is now a thing of the past.

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Irrigation line repair

Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District crews dig up a sidewalk to replace a pipe that sprang a leak, discovered last week along East Lincoln Avenue, near Pioneer Elementary School in Sunnyside.

Mabton man arrested for identity theft

Suspect used debit card at Jack in the Box

A Mabton man is facing charges after allegedly using a stolen debit card.

Grandview schools to recognized top workers

The School Board will honor the best employees in the district during a 6:30 p.m. meeting tonight.