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Prosser FFA Wins at State Convention
As the 86th Washington FFA State Convention came to a close last Saturday night, the Prosser FFA chapter left the Beasley Coliseum in Pullman feeling on top of the world. The chapter took 42 members to the state convention this year to participate in numerous CDE's (Career Development Events) that they have been working hard on all year long.
Service Line Disrupts Prosser High
In the early in the morning hours on Tuesday, May 17 at Prosser High School, the day began just like all Tuesdays. This one was a bit different however when an underground service pipe began leaking by the main gym on campus.
It was Friday the 13th and everything seemed normal at Sandy's Bloom Central. Owner, Sandy Freepons was inside the green house watering, the sun was shining and Kat Bliss was working on make shift work tables in front of the nursery, and then all hell broke loose.
Prosser School Board Appointed Study and Survey Task Force meeting May 25
Prosser School Board Appointed Study and Survey Task Force Community Meetings to explain findings and gather community input on school district facility needs as a result of a long process, the School Board Study and Survey Task Force has scheduled meetings during the month of May to explain their findings and to gather input regarding the facility and program needs in the Prosser School District.
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Headlines - front page May 18, 2016
The Prosser Booster Club is a busy non-profit organization full of high energy parents of students and other adults who want to contribute. It began in 1986 and the current Booster board has been together for two years. The officers include; Rachelle Wiley President, Leticia Campos -
Shining-Star Carol Salazar-Smith Awarded for Years of Community Service Work
Carol Salazar-Smith, an employee of the Benton County Community Action Committee Agency in the downtown Prosser office, has been awarded the annual Star Award from the CAC agency. Not only has she received this honorable award, but she has also been given a Certificate of Recognition for an honorable year of service to the community of Prosser.
EAA Young Eagles Rally at Prosser Airport
Up in the air, it's Prosser's Young Eagles!!! This year the Young Eagles event will be held Saturday, May 21 at the Prosser Airport. The Young Eagles is anInternational program with Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)volunteer pilots. This annual event will take place in Prosser from 8 a.m. until Noon (or until they are finished).
Historic Downtown Receives $20,000.00 from Yakima Federal
Prosser - Historic Downtown Prosser would like to give a huge thank you to Yakima Federal Savings & Loan Association. Yakima Federal was able to participate in the 2016 B & O Tax Program that HDPA offers through the Main Street Program.
The Main Street Tax Credit Incentive Program provides a Business & Occupation (B&O) credit for private contributions given to eligible downtown businesses.
Kestrel Hosts National Cancer Survivors Day in Prosser
On Sunday, June 5, 2016, National Cancer Survivor's Day, Kestrel Winery will be celebrating from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 2890 Lee Rd. in Prosser.
National Cancer Survivor's Day®is an annual worldwide Celebration of Life that is held each year on the first Sunday in June.
Ninth Annual Sage Rat Run 2016
The annual Sage Rat Run, a local half marathon that began in 2008, will grace the Prosser, Grandview and Sunnyside area once again on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22.
In 2008, the run started as a group of friends attempting to find a fun yet challenging way to become fit.