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11-year-old Ruben Espino leaps to intercept the ball.
The Sunnyside “B” team in the photo above plays defense against the Saints on Saturday.
The Outlawz of the Lower Yakima Valley claimed the World Softball League state championship Aug. ...
Charlie Senator of Toppenish, a High School Equivalency Program student at Heritage University, set his ...
Kevin Ness of Snohomish drove over the pass to get a clear view of the ...
With their mother looking on, Noah and Oziah Troy watch the eclipse advancing toward the ...
The historical U&I Sugar Beet Factory building on East Lincoln Avenue is the site for ...
The Miss Sunnyside Court took time to help Amber and Andy Cervantes celebrate the grand ...
A man from Japan came to Independence just for the eclipse.
Independence went all out as a host.
People from all over, including England, formed a tent city.
The crowd had fun Sunday evening gazing at the stars and planets.
Photographers rarely capture the wedding ring effect.
This Volkswagen and a pickup collided at 5th and Decatur at about 5 p.m. yesterday. ...
Visitors to Independence for the total eclipse came prepared to view.
Daily Sun News publisher Roger Harnack put together this progression of the end of the ...
Daily Sun News publisher Roger Harnack captured the sun’s total eclipse yesterday from Independence, Ore.
Graphic designer Ileana Martinez put together this progression of the beginning of the sun’s eclipse ...
Players work on tackling.
Coach John Lobbestael talks with a few players.
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