Julia Hart


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‘Catch the Crush’ weekend underway

Valley wineries promise guests a juicy time

Get ready to squeeze grapes between your toes at any of the many grape stomping events being held at local wineries this weekend from Prosser to Union Gap.

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Store gives to the community

Ross Dress for Less gives out funds for youth and reading programs

Making themselves known as community partners, the new staff at Ross Dress for Less in the Mid Valley Mall, is already contributing to local youth-related programs.

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‘Hidden Figures’ is Valley reads pick

Series of related events planned throughout October

Valley Reads, the annual community reading event hosted by Yakima Valley Libraries is in full swing.

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Ross opens; residents crowd new store

Ribbon-cutting took place Saturday

Shoppers may not have flooded the latest addition to the Mid Valley Mall early Saturday morning, but there was a steady stream of families eager to check out Ross Dress for Less.

Color artists win fame and prizes

Hundreds of color sheets flooded the City community center last week pronouncing the end of a two-weeks “Welcome back to School” coloring contest, hosted by the Parks and Recreation Department.

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Suspense ends; Ross set to open Saturday

With its final inspection approval in hand, the Ross Dress for Less store in the Mid-Valley Mall is set to hold its grand opening early Saturday morning - as soon as the mall opens at 9 a.m.

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City construction on upswing

Sunnyside issues 82 permits in last two months

Construction is underway on a new cold storage unit at the corner of Blaine Avenue and South First Street, valued at $1.5 million, according to city officials.

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The ‘girls’ prepare for opening night

‘Little Women’ take the stage Saturday

The “girls” in the Over the Hill Theatricals production of “Little Women the Musical” are well past the ages of Louisa May Alcott’s heroines in her classic story, “Little Women.”

Man with local ties joins advertising staff

Matt “Mikel” Sagen joins The Daily Sun

Matt “Mikel” Sagen feels like he had returned home.

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Granger dairyman honored

Fair milking parlor renamed in Robert Golob’s memory

The family of long-time Yakima Valley dairyman Robert Golob stood by his widow, Edna Golob Saturday at a ribbon cutting held in front of the Central Washington State Fair milking parlor.

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