News for Monday, September 22, 2014



Legs for Life screenings free of charge this Tuesday in Sunnyside

Leg pain, numbness, tingling, discoloration of toes, feet or legs, or sores that don’t heal could be signs of a more serious, underlying condition called Peripheral Arterial Disease.

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Lots to see at the fair

Patti Hoendermis spins thread from wool at a demonstration in the Modern Living Building at the Central Washington State Fair.

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Loving Sunnyside Initiative volunteers back in action Saturday

Loving Sunnyside Initiative volunteers will be back in action this coming Saturday, Sept. 27.

Stove fire in S’side

A stove fire reported to Sunnyside firemen just after 12 noon. yesterday (Sunday) resulted in $600 damage to the appliance and surrounding kitchen, according to Sunnyside Fire Department officials.

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New assistant principal a familiar face

A familiar face to Grandview residents young and old alike, Georg Graf has taken on a new role in the local schools.

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No leads on suspect from this morning’s shooting in Sunnyside

At approximately 5:30 a.m. this morning (Monday) Sunnyside police officers responded to shots-fired calls in the 1500 block of South 15th Street.

Grandview City Council Agenda

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, at 7 p.m. at Grandview City Hall

Numerous incidents reported to deputies since Friday last week

A vehicle fire near the intersection of Bus Road and SR 22 near Mabton burned about an acre of grass last night (Sunday) just after 7 p.m.

Marijuana charges pending against kids

Last Friday afternoon three juvenile males were arrested on charges of smoking marijuana in the city park. According to Grandview police, a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia was recovered.

Christian club to meet Oct. 14

The Lower Valley Christian Women’s Connection is sponsoring “A Bushel and a Peck” silent auction and meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 14, from 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Barn Restaurant in Prosser (490 Wine Country Road).

Mabton police busy

Mabton police have no suspects in a case involving missing garden machinery.

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Future dental hygienist working way through college

Looking forward to a future career as a dental hygienist, Lily Rangel has been serving the clientele at Bon Vino’s Bistro and Bakery for nearly a year.

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Apolonio Macias


Jose Lopez


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Go Hawks

12th Man supporters gather this past Sunday afternoon in Sunnyside at the 14th Street home of Wendy and Brad Denson for a pre-game rally in anticipation of the Super Bowl rematch between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.

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Gridiron shutout

The visiting Pirates steamrolled the Sunnyside Christian Knights, 48-0, in the 8-man football game.

Indians strike quickly

For the first 15 minutes of last Friday’s game at Joe Albi Stadium, the Sunnyside Grizzlies looked lost.

Vikes sustain first loss

The Mabton Viking football team last Friday, in its home opener, took on a tough opponent in Tri-Cities Prep.

Grandview Greyhound notches runner-up finish at Apple Ridge Invitational

Sunnyside harriers turn in strong showing

Grandview High School senior Samuel Cuevas sped to a second-place finish on Highland High School’s No. 2 course at last Saturday’s Apple Ridge Invitational.

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Closer than it looked

The Lady Greyhounds dominated the first half, but Sunnyside goalie Vanessa Loera kept the ball out of the net.

Lady Vikes win first game of season, 1-0

This past Saturday the Mabton girls soccer team proved to itself that hard work pays off.

Mabton wins two matches at Waitsburg-Prescott invite

The Mabton volleyball team this past Saturday competed in the Waitsburg-Prescott Volleyball Invitational, winning two of its five matches.