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Long-time trophy maker branches out

GRANGER – Rudy Guzman is the owner of Classic Trophies in Granger.

Tease photo’s a changing world

PROSSER – The economy has become more global and the U.S. doesn’t have sway over other countries it once had.

Warden ekes out 3-2 win over Vikings

The Mabton Viking soccer team this past Saturday dominated the opening half of its game against visiting Warden, but the Cougars were able to pull out a 3-2 win in the final minutes of the match.

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Six more homes get needed facelift thanks to Loving Sunnyside Initiative

The Loving Sunnyside Initiative is about demonstrating love for the community and its residents.

Greyhounds open league play with 10-0 win over Wapato

GRANDVIEW – The Grandview boys soccer team handily blanked visiting Wapato 10-0 this past Saturday in the Greyhounds’ league-opening match.

Vacation is a chance to feel young again

I recently spent a week in Oregon, visiting my mother and several friends.

Sunnyside police concerned about availability of drugs

Although the Sunnyside Police Department statistics show drug-related arrests have declined over the past three years, police are still concerned with the availability of drugs in the community.

Local State Patrol detachment focused on reducing traffic fatalities

Fatalities as a result of traffic accidents in the Yakima Valley are a major concern for Washington State Patrol Sgt. Pete Cozzitorto and the other troopers assigned to the Grandview detachment.

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Local electrician community driven

Working as an electrician for the past 17 years, Aron Hunsaker has found he enjoys getting out into the community, learning more about the people living in the Yakima Valley.

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Local auto body shop owner inspired by father-son project

When Meadow Rodriguez was just a young boy growing up in Sunnyside his father decided to trick him, asking for his help in painting a pick-up truck.

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