Julia Hart

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Worried about aging

Do dogs and cats go senile?

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Chamber of commerce opens its doors to the community

The Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce threw open its doors Wednesday night to the community.

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Tour of Black Sea proves fascinating for local man

When Nick Friend first booked his cruise to Eastern Europe’s Black Sea, he thought he might see more of the Ukraine.

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Book signing for Grandview author on tap Aug. 8

Ruth A. Dirk has found a new passion to add to her love of books.

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Bickleton schools’ general fund budget totals $1.9 million

The Bickleton School Board has adopted a $3.3 million budget for the 2014-15 school year.

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City’s code enforcement officer isn’t always well received by folks

Being the code enforcement officer is the toughest job Jim Rivard has ever had.

Contemplating an insurance policy

Buddy and I received word late last week that my sister’s faithful Chihuahua, “Angel,” had been hit by a car and hadn’t survived.

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Grandview school directors OK request to put $1.6 million levy on November ballot

GRANDVIEW – After months of exploratory talks regarding the need and cost of a new Grandview High School sports complex, the Grandview School Board of Directors decided Monday night to go for it.

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‘Sheep in a Jeep’ headed to the fair

Taking a theme from one of her grandson Colby Castle’s favorite books, Martina Charvet created an adorable sheep to help promote the 2014 Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.

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Democrats seek to bring new political blood to region

Seeking to change the way voters look at Central Washington politics are four candidates as vastly different as their ages.

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