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Milk jug may be empty for Carnation

With certification in hand that hazardous materials at the former Carnation site have been cleaned up, Port of Sunnyside officials traveled to Olympia this week hoping for help in demolishing the plant.

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Color me a Seahawks fan

“Seahawks!” a motorist yelled at me last week as he slowed his car.

Sunnyside girls lose to Warden and Othello

Shorthanded due to injury and illness, the Lady Grizzly wrestling team battled before losing a pair of double-dual matches Thursday night.

Grizzlies push past West Valley Rams

For all of two matches West Valley was in contention Thursday night before the Sunnyside Grizzly wrestling team rolled up its sleeves and dispatched the host Rams 60-15.

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From the gridiron to the golf greens

New SHS coach eager to build links program

Amongst the pastels and paints in SHS art teacher Saul Martinez’s classroom there is a reminder of his plans for this spring.

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United States Postal Service hits hard times

After 200 years of daily deliveries, the United States Postal Service has fallen on tough times.

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As success rate climbs so do class offerings at SHS

Art, zoology, science fiction writing and the ukulele are just some of the expanded electives now offered at Sunnyside High School.

Taxing issues in last night’s telephone town hall confab

OLYMPIA – From Yakima, Union Gap, Sunnyside and Selah, residents in the 15th District expressed concerns to state representatives Bruce Chandler and David Taylor during an hour-long telephone town hall.

Biosolid spill not likely an issue for Yakima Valley

A spill of several tons of biosolids – a wastewater treatment by-product – likely won’t impact the Yakima Valley.

Electrical upgrades for port’s new digester could easily top $100,000

With a punchlist of minor to-do items nearly complete, Port of Sunnyside officials hope to soon have final acceptance of its $8 million anaerobic digester.

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