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Weather forecast MON Sept. 13, 2010 Volume 109, Number 179 1 Section, 12 Pages Daily Sun NEWS FRIDAY High - 72° Low - 40° Record - 96°, 34° SATURDAY High - 71° Low - 42° Record - 97°, 35° SUNDAY High - 80° Low - 45° Record - 99°, 29° See weather on back page. ‘TODAY’S LOCAL NEWS TODAY’ ~ Continuing A Tradition Since 1901 ~ Sunnyside, WA • 50¢ More than two dozen teams turn out for Great Grape Stomp in G’view by Emma Fierro juice. After a short time, the team members switched places until everyone had their chance to stomp. Winners in the four categories were judged by the weight of their containers. GRANDVIEW - Twentyfive teams of three turned out to try their feet in YVCC’s annual Grape Stomp in Grandview. The Grape Stomp was see “Grape stomp” back page resurrected by Grandview five years ago after the annual event ended in the 1990’s. This year’s Grape Stomp drew 25 teams in four categories to the event. The Great Grape Stomp began at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 11. One team member used their feet to stomp grapes while the other two team Emma Fierro/Daily Sun News members held Garcia’s Tacos proved a popular atplastic contain- traction, keeping employee Margarita ers to collect the Obregon busy. Abel Pasidlas got his 509 Stompers off to a good start during the kids 10-17 finals. The 509 Stompers, made up of Pasidlas, Frankie Prieto and Raul Razo, took home top honors in their category. Live music accompanied the stompers during YVCC’s Great Grape Stomp on Saturday, Sept. 11. Here, Tom Anderson beats out a classic tune for the crowd before the start of a new stomp round. Emma Fierro/Daily Sun News Lopez formally arraigned on second degree murder charge The man the Yakima County Prosecutor’s Office believes is responsible for the Aug. 24 death of 2-yearold Benjamin Miron of Sunnyside was arraigned last Friday. Juan Balverde Lopez, 18, of Sunnyside was in court with his attorney, Rolando Adame, Friday afternoon. see “Murder charge” page 3 Be like MARTA!! Make the CHANGE!! CALL NOW!! No Registration Fee * RTA CALL MA NOW TO uR YO BOOK ENT! APPOINTM Coffee shop hosts local artist Lower Valley artist Dawn Haak opened her art exhibit at Guerra’s Coffee Company in Sunnyside this past Friday, Sept. 10. Pictured above, 14-month old Tobias Vander Wilt shows his father, Nathan, his favorite painting done by Haak. The show also included live entertainment by musician Hannah Vander Wilt (right). She played instrumental folk music on a violin during the art exhibit opening. Three different Locations & Ways to Help discover the Slimmer, Trimmer You! SuNNYSIdE 509-837-3274 BEFORE 308 Yakima Valley Hwy. YAKIMA 509-453-5737 KENNEWICK 509-735-3322 Emma Fierro/Daily Sun News Expires September 18, 2010* *Payment plans available. Based on a full weight loss program which includes reducing,stabilization and maintenance. Diet Center AFTER

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