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August 24, 2016
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Benton County Museum Transformed

Dr. Charles Nagel Inducted into Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame

Benton County Museum has a new look and is welcoming visitors once more after almost a yearlong renovation. The interior is fresh, light, bright, clean and open to guests who walk through the doors. Like walking through chapters in a book, at the museum you are able to walk through the pages of history about Prosser. 

On Aug. 16, Dr. Charles Nagel was honored as an inductee into the Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame at the Walter Clore Center. Nominees of Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame are individuals who exemplify legendary status because of contributions and commitment to the Washington wine industry. Nominees must have been Washington residents involved in the wine industry for 25 years.

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It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!

Prosser - Members of the Leadership Prosser 2016 class are already getting in to the Christmas Spirit.  Recent graduates Michelle Cooke, Jeff Ekrut, Shara Forrister, Brittanee Herrmann, Suzy Kephart, Dena Lodahl, Andrea Schutt, and Toni Yost are working with Rob Seimens to repair and refurbish Prosser's downtown Christmas decorations as their class' community service project.

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Costume Changes That Take Only Seconds are No Problem for VTC 'Shakespeare' comedy

Riddle of the year from Prosser's Valley Theater Company: What do Shakespeare and NASCAR have in common. Answer: They're both fast-paced on stage, but near light speed back stage.

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PMH Medical Center Board Hire New CEO

Prosser - The Board of Commissioners of PMH Medical Center (PMH) has appointed Craig J. Marks the hospital's new Chief Executive Officer.  "Craig Marks brings a wealth of hospital experience to this position, and is committed to making physician, patient and employee satisfaction a high priority" said Board Chair Stephen Kenny.  "Quorum Health Resources ("Quorum") conducted a national search for this position,  

Benton County Museum Transformed

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Benton County Museum has a new look and is welcoming visitors once more after almost a yearlong renovation. The interior is fresh, light, bright, clean and open to guests who walk through the doors. Like walking through chapters in a book, at the museum you are able to walk through the pages of history about Prosser. 

Headlines - front page                        August 17, 2016
2016 Primary Election Results

As of Monday. Aug. 15 at 12:00 noon, Benton County elections finalized voting.  Votes will be certified on Aug. 16 and are subject to change.  There are 102,501 registered voters in Benton County.  33,956 ballots had been counted by Aug.10, 33.13 % turned out for the primaries and there were still 750 ballots to be processed. 

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Prosser City Planning Commission

On Tuesday, Aug. 9 Daniel Gore, Jeremy Lynn and Jay Boyle were appointed by Mayor Randy Taylor to the Planning Commission. "Lynn and Boyle were reappointed and Gore is new to the Commission", said Steve Zetz, City Planner.  While on the Commission, members are tasked with the long term planning of Shoreline Management, Comprehensive Planning and Critical Areas and they review changes to those plans.

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Kellen Moore Suffers Injury at Training Camp

During last Tuesdays practice, the Dallas Cowboys were dealt a significant and unfortunate blow, at the quarterback position. This time it did not involve Tony Romo. Instead it was their backup, Prosser native, Kellen Moore. Moore suffered a fractured right ankle during that preseason practice.

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Buckin' Bronco

Zahn Conner of Buckley Washington, participating in the Grandview Fair and Rodeo last weekend.

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