Roger Harnack


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Roger Harnack is the publisher of The Daily Sun News. He was previously the Editor/Publisher of the Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle. To read stories and columns from his time with the Chronicle, go here.

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Granger man charged in knife attack

Man allegedly attacks father, then draws gun

A local man was charged in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday after allegedly attacking his father with a knife.

Auburn inmate dies in jail

Yakima County investigators review death of Moon Martin

The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of an inmate in the county jail.

Changing with the digital era

Yesterday’s departure of our Goss Community press was a bittersweet moment for those of us in the newspaper industry.

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Knights advance to state

Baseball team takes 1B district championship

The Sunnyside Christian boys baseball team brought home two wins and a state 1B quarterfinals berth Saturday.

Girls coach sues School District

Lawsuit claims schools officials retaliated against whistleblower

An assistant girls wrestling coach who blew the whistle on potential voyeurism is suing the School District.

Mabton man arrested for identity theft

Suspect used debit card at Jack in the Box

A Mabton man is facing charges after allegedly using a stolen debit card.

BLM order shutters stacked deck

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke did rural Eastern Washington residents a big favor last week by suspending all resource advisory committees to the Bureau of Land Management nationwide.

Two from valley charged in carjacking

Speeds topped 100 mph during police chase

Two apparent hitchhikers were arrested Tuesday and booked into the Yakima County Jail after stealing a Wapato man’s vehicle at gunpoint.

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Police keep peace after Sunnyside win

The Sunnyside Grizzlies boys soccer team remains alive in the post-season after taking down Davis, 2-1, last night.

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Expo teaches self-reliance

Shea presents information on ‘51st state’

A few hundred residents and visitors turned out Saturday to learn about self-reliance during the Northwest Preparedness Festival on Hinzerling Road.

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