Laura Gjovaag



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Don’t get left high and dry

It’s time to start worrying about water. Past time, actually, but there is no time like the present.

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What’s in the air you breathe?

The air you breathe is being dissected – sliced and diced and put under a microscope – at least, what’s floating in the air is undergoing that treatment.

No big surprises in final budget review

Sunnyside’s administrative costs will remain relatively flat, but some requests were made for special funding when the Sunnyside City Council met for two hours last night to continue its review of the 2016 budget.

City’s top cop wants six more hires

The Sunnyside police and fire departments both want more people.

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‘People person’ loves finding that perfect dress

Rosa Calva is the manager of Fashion Corner in Sunnyside, and enjoys her job and the people she works with. She said helping women find the perfect dress is a delight

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Deliberations on 2016 budget now underway

The city of Sunnyside is expecting revenues next year to be up slightly from this year, by about $231,000.

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Classroom lessons can come in a box

Hands-on learning is a joy local elementary school students will get this year when Burke Museum boxes are introduced in Sunnyside classrooms.

Make sure to vote

The deadline to register to vote in November’s General Election is coming up fast.

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Free program helps businesses manage employee health care

WellnessWorks, a free program offered to local businesses by Sunnyside Community Hospital, helps employers get a grip on health care issues.

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Sheriff, county prosecutor make case to vote for sales tax

A lot is at stake, from a policing standpoint, when voters cast their ballots in the General Election.

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