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Residents informed on immigration rights

Local church hosts workshop

How to respond when customs officials knock on the door or arrive at the work place was the focus of a workshop Wednesday night.

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Downtown snack sale

Ricardo Bedolla, left, buys a quick snack from street vendor Asencion Ocampo last night in downtown Sunnyside at the corner of South Sixth Street and East Edison Avenue.

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Carnival fun awaits

Toys are stockpiled for a three-day carnival in Sunnyside that begins today near Mid-Valley Mall.

Granger gets snow-day waiver

State waives three days for school district

A local School District will have three of its six snow days waived.

Collapsed pipe caused sinkhole

Federal Way closed through at least Monday

A local street will remain closed through at least Monday due to a 14-foot deep sinkhole.

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Retiring Old Glory

Sunnyside firefighter Tony Castillo lowers the U.S. flag yesterday at the local Fire Station, 513 S. Eighth St.

Cattle rustlers hit Grandview dairy

Siblings accused of heist from second dairy

Two Sunnyside residents appeared in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday on charges they stole cattle from a local dairy farm.

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Pride & Joy resumes production

State agency authorizes raw milk sales

A local certified organic dairy is back in operation after voluntarily recalling raw milk products two months ago.

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Razing the ‘Bell’

Complete removal will take 2 months

A national fast-food restaurant chain is tearing down its local building to make way for a new and improved one.

Spirit of Sunnyside banquet to honor city’s best

Celebration scheduled for Saturday night

Who will be selected as the educator of the year or the volunteer of the year?

Groups partner for gang workshop

Sunnyside event is 6 p.m. on April 12

Three local agencies are partnering for a gang awareness event.

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Helping hands

Bickleton native Kevin Naught gets a hand from his sons, Keith and Charlie, during a robing ceremony last week in Yakima County Superior Court.

Sage rats, marmots, badgers, gophers, oh my!

Irrigators dealing with pesky critters

With the water season under way, local irrigation districts are dealing with pests that can do serious damage.

Easter bunny hopping into the Lower Yakima Valley

Sunnyside to offer over 5,000 eggs

Thanks to local sponsors, City Parks and Recreation director Lander Grow has more than 5,000 filled Easter eggs to scatter on the South Hill Park lawns Saturday morning.

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Sinkhole closes Sunnyside street

Irrigation district investigating 14-foot deep hole

An observant resident in the 1500 block of Federal Way may well have saved motorists from falling into a large hole in the middle of the street Monday night.

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