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Grizzlies pound Ike

Sunnyside collects pair of hat tricks

“We talk about being efficient and coming out as aggressive as we can,” Grizzly soccer coach David Guevara says of his team’s approach.

XPallidocius

Goodbye, old friend. Despite new and supposedly improved siblings, you XP have served us well this past decade

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Get your greenthumb on!

Spring time is prep time for your lawn and garden

Chilly nights and occasional brisk winds aside, spring has officially sprung in the Sunnyside area with longer days and the mercury already hovering in the 70s.

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Sunnyside Grizzlies open league play with a victory

A Noe Meza goal in just the second minute of play against Wenatchee proved to be the winner in the Sunnyside Grizzly soccer team’s 2-0 victory at home last night.

Leopards pounce on Grandview nine

ZILLAH – The home half of the first inning proved pivotal, as 1A Zillah plated 11 runs in the opening frame on the way to a 24-1 victory over 2A Grandview yesterday.

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Fish on!

2013 record-setting year for Fall Chinook Salmon

“This is a record return, I don’t know if we or our children will see this many again,” fish biologist David Child said of nearly 7,000 Fall Chinook Salmon counted at the Prosser Dam in 2013.

Utilities focus of Mabton Council action

During its business meeting last night, Tuesday, the Mabton City Council took action on several items related to the city’s water and sewer utilities.

Port fetes Martin on silver anniversary

The Port of Sunnyside marks its 50th anniversary this year, and for half of that time Arnold Martin has been one of its commissioners.

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Sunnyside finds its new chief

Sunnyside didn’t have to look far to find its next police chief, as retired state trooper Al Escalera was offered the post yesterday afternoon.

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Ready to roll

Port accepts bid for digester project

A Port of Sunnyside commissioners’ luncheon meeting yesterday was short and sweet, but had a big impact.

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