The hottest ticket in town; the Eighth Annual Art Walk & Wine Gala
July is time for the Prosser Chamber of Commerce's 8th Annual Art Walk & Wine Gala.  On Saturday July 16, the historic streets of downtown Prosser will be transformed into a delightful garden of greenery, music and art. Yellow Rose Nursery will once again create an enchanted park in downtown Prosser complete with foliage, benches and fountains.


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November 26, 2014
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The Mustangs team give on last break after the game on Saturday night.

Ellensburg trips up Prosser in quarterfinals

By Tim Curtiss
Head coach and Offensive Coordinator Benji Sonnichsen had the match-up he wanted.
With the game tied at 20-20 at the start of the fourth quarter, Sonnichsen dialed up a play he thought he would get a wide open receiver.
Instead, Garret Hull checked off Cardell Jones-intercepted the Kason Blair toss in the flat, and returned the ball for a 22-yard pick-six.
That play broke the Mustangs back as Ellensburg's ended Prosser's quest for their fourth straight semi-finalist berth 34-20 last Saturday night in Moses Lake.
"They had some really special plays," Sonninchsen said of the Bulldogs.
Washington State Grape Society announced award winners

Prosser - Mike Means of Prosser, received the Walter Clore Award from the Washington State Grape Society during their annual meeting held Nov. 13-14. He has been a longstanding member of the WA State Grape Society and a member of the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers board of directors. Mike actively volunteers in the community, currently serving as Scoutmaster for Prosser Boy Scout Troop 641 and has done so for many years. He is employed as Director of Vineyard Operations for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates and has worked in the grape industry for the past 28 years.

Heartlinks - HoBS donation
By Victoria Walker
Recently there was a fundraiser at HoBS in Prosser.  "We held an open house for businesses at the Hospice Benefit Shop on Tuesday, Oct. 28.  It was the beginning of our Capital Campaign to remodel the warehouse portion of HoBS.  We need the support of businesses, civic organizations, churches, individuals and foundations to fund the project," said Rev. Ron Jetter, Executive Director of Lower Valley Hospice.  In response to the fundraiser, Altitudes, a retail marijuana store in Prosser made a donation.
"We received the donation with a note saying 'they were unable to attend but wanted to show their support for our project'.  We are hoping that many other Prosser and Lower Valley businesses will do likewise, whether through financial gifts, donating clothes and other items or shopping at HoBS," said Jetter.
Mustangs have big hearts

By Victoria Walker
On Tuesday last week members of  PHS handed Fred Lamb, Director or Marketing and Community Relations of PMH Medical Center, a check for $3,755.89! Lamb said PHS deserves a lot of credit for raising the money and keeping it in the community.
PHS held their annual Pink Week from Oct. 26-31.  The week was a busy one at PHS as staff and students worked hard at raising funds for Breast Cancer awareness. 

Christmas deadlines for Prosser Record-Bulletin
The Record-Bulletin will be observing the following deadlines for the upcoming holidays; the office will close at noon Dec. 24, all day Dec. 25, 26, noon Dec. 31 and closed on Jan. 1, 2015.
Deadlines for Wednesday, Dec. 31 paper:
Wednesday the 24 at noon for all editorial