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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The Homecoming court 2014

Photo by Tim Curtiss
The 2014 Homecoming court (from left to Right). Dukes Nick Titus-Runyon,  Duchess Brittany Wilson, Queen Hanna Peters, freshman princess Jenna Brown, sophomore princess Gabi Sanchez, junior princess Julysaa Palencia

ShopKo in Prosser

By Victoria Walker
Two months ago the Prosser Planning Department got a phone call from a representative from ShopKo. They were interested in Prosser for a new store location.  The ShopKo representative flew in and met with representatives from the city planning department. 
"We had a great conversation about what Prosser had to offer and ordinances they would be subject to," said City Planner Steve Zetz. "It was a positive meeting and they were pleased with what we could do. They looked at the land and began the process of purchasing the (Chardonnay Boulevard) site."
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Irrigation District shut off
Sunnyside - Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District (SVID) will be shutting down the Sunnyside Canal on Oct. 20 of this year. Some laterals and deliveries may have water for a few days beyond that date as the canal is draining and dewatering. 
Matheson, Rocky Ford 3.05 and Harrison Hill laterals will be shut off on Oct. 17.  This early shut down will allow for work to commence on this year's piping projects. 
If you have question as to whether you are effected by the early shut down.  Please contact SVID at 837-6980.
Mysterious aircraft visit Prosser

By Record-Bulletin Staff
The call came at 10 a.m. on Thursday.  The concerned citizen said that they heard the sound of an engine over their home on Wednesday night.    Things in their home began to shake and rattle on the shelves and then their windows began to shake.  They ran outside, looked up and saw green lights shaped like a figure eight laying on its side (or the infinity sign).  There were no lights on the front or sides of the aircraft.  The caller said that they didn't want to call it a UFO.
The other call came in a bit later,  also stating that the same experience happened to them only it had been for the last three nights beginning on Monday. 
New Governor for Area 9

By Victoria Walker
On Oct. 4, Bill Jenkin has been nominated as the new Governor for Area 9 in District 5060 in Rotary International.  He will take over the duties in July.  Area 9 includes Prosser, Toppenish, Sunnyside, Sunnyside Daybreak and Grandview.
 Jenkins says Rotary impacts his life in a positive way.  His new job for Rotary will be promoting new programs for the club as well as expanding membership through New Generations, specifically keeping in mind potential younger members.  As the current Assistant Governor four out of the five clubs in Jenkins District have earned a Presidential Citation with distinction.