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Prosser graduates throw their mortarboards at the end of the commencement ceremony.
Before parents and family can congratulate them, graduates pepper one another with silly string.
Sarah and Alex Herrera can’t wait to complete the construction of their new homes in ...
Several classic cars were part of the procession through the city of Mabton.
Dancing horses and their “Charro” riders bring up the rear of the parade Saturday.
Miss Moxee Tiffany Bradley, 17, waves.
Volunteer fireman Del Whitemore fries eggs for the annual breakfast.
Miss Washington Junior Princess Alyssiana Aguirre waves to the crowd along the parade route.
Granger Princess Marisol Luevano, left, and Queen Jennifer Gonzalez, both 17, proudly hold their first-place ...
New titleholders in Mabton are, front row from left, Tiny Miss Mabton Jayla Vela, Little ...
Tavian Valenzuela watches the Neptunes to provide tips on technique.
Reagan Colson explains to younger swimmers the strokes they must complete at a recent practice.
Patrick Elerding coaches young Sunnyside Sharks during one of the team’s recent practices.
Sam Kawakami provides direction to a group of older members of the Sunnyside Sharks swim ...
Sun Valley Elementary School June Students of the month are , front row , from ...
2007: A new 125-foot slide at the Sunnyside swimming pool was installed in time for ...
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