Julia Hart

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Recent Stories

Candidates file for offices

Garza the first to file for Sunnyside seat

Betty Lynn Garza filed for City Council Position No. 3 yesterday, making her the first candidate to file for any of the three open spots.

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Like mother, like daughter-in-law

Every day is teacher appreciation day in the Mears home.

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Sign of the Times

Press leaves; Daily Sun continues printing in Hood River, Ore.

The last newspaper printing plant in the Lower Yakima Valley is now a thing of the past.

Woman’s tip stalls house scam, for now

House hunting is hard enough. But when renters and sellers find themselves in the middle of an interstate scam, people not only lose the opportunity for a nicer home, they also lose their hard-earned money.

Seniors sign for college

Mabton High School joined schools around the nation that celebrated National College Signing week by hosting their version of “College Signing Day” May 4.

Cancer claims life of Carol Newhouse

Congressman had been criticized for missing votes to care for wife

Carol Newhouse, the wife of congressman Dan Newhouse, was overtaken by cancer and passed away Friday in a Seattle-area hospital.

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No power, no problem

Zillah weathers rain, wind and electrical outage

Despite a power outage, a flash rain storm and gusty wind, residents and visitors alike turned out to celebrate the main Zillah Community Days activities Saturday.

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From drought resistance to lawn

Landscaping changes offer bonuses

Sometimes a well thought out landscape plane doesn’t work out as planned.

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Local woman fostering motherhood

Couple has adopted six children

When 1994 Sunnyside High School graduate Deena Alaniz, decided to start her family in 1998, she was devastated to learn she couldn’t be someone’s biological mother.

‘Oklahoma!’ opens Friday evening

Musical is director’s 50th play for Zillah

The long- awaited Z Center Stage upcoming production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” opens at 7 p.m. tomorrow.

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