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Golf tourney to benefit hospital

All proceeds for construction of new hospital

The Sunnyside Community Hospital Foundation is hosting its sixth annual Golf “Fore” Health golf tournament on Oct. 6 at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.

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Business to partner with schools

Students would see their future in real world

Speaking to business leaders at a special luncheon yesterday, school district officials laid out a plan for involving business owners and professionals in the education of community students.

Facebook and Irma, yea

I often hear or read people on Facebook say how much they don’t like it. They write a bitter post about the bitter post that got under their skin.

Air quality declines, again

Air quality in the Yakima Valley has deteriorated again but, according to the Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency, it could be a brief downturn.

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Wildfires still burning in national forest, Gorge

Firecrews at Jolly Mountain, Eagle Creek and Norse Peak

Three forest fires that sent most of the recent smoke into the Yakima Valley are still going strong.

Football weather back in forecast

Weather permitting, clear skies loom

The relief you felt over the weekend from wildfire smoke was brought about by a change in atmospheric pressure.

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Jaws of Life frees driver

Isuzu Rodeo lodges under trailer on state Highway 22

A Grandview motorist was seriously injured when his SUV rear-ended an 18-wheeler at about 3 p.m. yesterday on state Highway 22.

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New Holiday Inn Express opens

The mayor, the chamber of commerce and community princesses gathered with officials and employees yesterday to celebrate the opening of Holiday Inn Express with a ribbon cutting.

Lower valley air quality not better – yet

If it seemed that yesterday’s drive to work was a little darker than Tuesday’s, it was.

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Patriots Day at Harrison

Students commemorate 9/11 events

With all that’s going on in this country — killer storms — and North Korea and the Middle East, some Americans may like to take little time to cheer for their country.

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