John Fannin

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Recent Stories

Prosser School Board to interview candidates

Applicants include current district worker

The School District will come another step closer to filling a school board vacancy tonight.

Sunnyside church to host immigration rights workshop

Northwest Justice Project leading event

A local church will host a workshop to help families know their immigration rights.

Local port eyes development on Alexander Road

Land is near future hospital location

The local Port District will seek up to $50,000 in state funds to study potential development of 32 acres it owns on Alexander Road.

Sunnyside native joins Prosser realty firm

2000 SHS graduate returns to valley

A Sunnyside native is back in the Lower Yakima Valley and is now the new agent at Chapman Lampson Real Estate, 623 S. Sixth St.

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Del’s to close in the fall

Sunnyside one of seven stores to be shuttered

A local farm supply store will close this fall after doing business for nine years in the community.

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Granger enjoys day in the sun with a Seahawk

Lynch a no-show for Britt camp

Sunny skies and dispositions ruled yesterday during Seahawk Justin Britt’s second camp in the Lower Yakima Valley.

Local irrigation season starts this week

Priming under way for SVID

The 2017 watering season is getting under way.

Anti-Trump march set for Sunnyside

Farm workers to protest in Central Park

The center of town will be the center of a protest against President Donald J. Trump.

Aide: School district hired investigator

Polygraph examiner meets with Brown

A School District employee on paid leave said officials have hired a private investigator.

Officials: Legal issues muddy the water for flood victims

No emergency funds planned for Outlook

Refusing assistance and legal maneuvering make it unlikely government aid will be offered to local flood victims.

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