Quality patient care top priority for Sunnyside Community Hospital CEO

Sunnyside Community Hospital is expanding to offer more specialty medical services for the convenience of Lower Valley residents because it is the patients who are the medical facility’s number one priority.

38-home development planned

Catholic Charities Housing Services plans to build 38 single family homes on about seven acres on West South Hill Road, next to the Bi-Mart store.

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Trading food for movie pass

Hundreds of youngsters and their parents flocked to the cinema this past Friday and Saturday mornings to see The Lego Movie and to help support local food banks.

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Something in the water?

Artz-Fox Elementary School in Mabton has 11 sets of twins this year.

CPR/first aid training offered

The Sunnyside Fire Department will be holding a CPR/first aid class on Saturday, Dec. 13, at 8 a.m.

On-campus medical hire starts work next Monday

Sunnyside Community Hospital & Clinics welcomes Dawn Sexton, PA-C, to its John Hughes Student Health Center located on the Sunnyside High School campus.

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Christian students lauded for supporting Union Gospel Mission

Sunnyside Christian students during the annual Thanksgiving chapel service learned how the life of one woman has been changed via programs offered at Union Gospel Mission in Yakima.

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Not all treasure made of gold and silver

Historical artifacts unearthed on the streets of Sunnyside

He’s yet to unearth a trunk full of pirates’ gold, nonetheless Sunnyside’s Don Outhet has been hunting for, and finding, lots of small treasures for the last 14 or so years.

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Outlook farmer parade marshal

From his kitchen window, retired Outlook farmer Marvin Partch can keep an eye on the workings of an operation he and his brother started more than 20 years ago.

$15.6 million budget discussions take up most of council’s time

Grandview City Treasurer Matt Cordray last night continued discussions with city council regarding the proposed $15.6 million budget for 2015.

City pulls back funding from S’side Chamber

Turns out, the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce may not have the financial backing of the city, after all.

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Mr. SHS hopefuls

The 15 young men will be working with miracle child Lily Martin to help raise funds and awareness about the services provided by Children’s Village as they vie for the Mr. SHS crown.

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Rotarians tour new credit union

Sunnyside Noon Rotary members took a short tour of the newly completed Lower Valley Credit Union headquarters on Yakima Valley Highway this past Monday, to admire the many amenities built into the new credit union office.

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Sentimental song fest

Sharing popular tunes from a bygone era are Over the Hill Theatricals members Karen Santos, Betty Minnich and Dan Santos, who entertained at the Sunnyside Senior Citizens Center this past Sunday afternoon.

SEA holiday dinner open to retirees and their families

All Sunnyside School District retirees, as well as their families, are invited to attend the Sunnyside Education Association Christmas dinner on Tuesday, Dec. 9.