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Goodbye, unless I survive again

It’s time to say good-bye.

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Ideal Tarp back to work on Sunnyside site

Permit issue resolved

Ideal Tarp of Pasco, which announced an expansion to the valley in May, is getting its building up and ready to go.

City Council changes mode of notification

Ordinance changed at meeting

The City Council changed the way it will notify the parties involved when hearings are scheduled for property dealings.

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Child battles leukemia at the age of 19 months

Former Tex-Mex artist and family fighting

All parents know the thrill of watching a child take his or her first steps.

Hansen’s third charge dropped

Could be tried again, but not likely, attorney says

Yakima attorney and Grandview native George Hansen is a free man after facing down three criminal charges of a sexual nature in Yakima County Superior Court.

Deputy: Still no suspects in shooting

Sheriff’s Office seeks help in fatal attack

Det. Sgt. Mike Russell said Monday afternoon that Yakima County Sheriff’s detectives are making progress toward identifying suspects for the early morning shooting near here Sunday that left a Sunnyside man dead and another man injured.

Party shooting leaves Sunnyside man dead

Authorities look for suspects in Mabton attack

One man was killed and another injured in a shooting that broke out here early Sunday morning after a well-attended party.

Puterbaugh annexation approved

City seeks agreement for memorial

The City Council Tuesday night approved the Puterbaugh Business Park annexation and continued to move forward on the Veterans Memorial discussion.

Council approves $62,000 overage on project

The City Council approved the Rural County Capital Funds spending recommendation, moved forward on a possible recycling program and approved a budget amendment to pay a $62,000 overage on a city park restroom project during its regular meeting Tuesday evening.

Hirst bill, capital budget stymied

No moving Republicans or Democrats

If you’ve been following the Hirst Bill state capital budget saga, you’re probably wondering how the two are related.

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