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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Little Grapplers head to Othello

Wrestlers bring home medals from Mattawa

Sunnyside Little Grapplers take to the mat Saturday.

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Localized flooding reported

Roads closed throughout Yakima County

Heavy rainfall and snowmelt on the east slope of the Cascades has prompted the National Weather Service to caution residents and motorists on potential localized flooding.

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Ready to take on the world

Harrison Robotics Club wins award, berth to world finals

A tech-saavy robotics club from Sunnyside has won one of three coveted berths to the world finals competition. Harrison Robotics Club members will join Everett and Bellevue students in representing the state at the April 19-22 event in Louisville, Ken.

Attempted kidnapping suspect sought

Deputies seek information on assailant

Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office deputies are seeking the public’s help in apprehending a suspect in an attempted kidnapping.

Pay attention to standoff trials

As a strong advocate for our rural lifestyle here in Eastern Washington and the West in general, I’ve followed the Bundy standoff trials in Oregon and Nevada closely.

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Women’s Wrestling Week marked by Columbia Cup

More than 200 girls turned out Saturday night and Sunday to celebrate Women’s Wrestling Week by attending a freestyle/Greco-Roman clinic and then wrestling in the annual Columbia Cup.

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North Kitsap eliminates Prosser boys

Hopes for a state 2A Hardwood Classic trophy end with loss

Prosser boys basketball season comes to an end without a state trophy.

Prosser boys fall to Olympic

The Mustangs’ Cinderella run at a state 2A boys basketball title ended in overtime yesterday as Prosser fell to Olympic, 59-54, in the Yakima Valley SunDome.

51st state movement alive, well

You might think that talk of forming a new state east of the Cascades was just that, talk. But it’s not.

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Third time’s a charm

Mustangs upset Wapato, 50-38, to advance

It was the third time the Prosser Mustangs faced the Wapato Wolves this season, and it was a charm.

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