Legals September 25, 2017

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NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION GRANT COUNTY, WASHINGTON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2017 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 in Grant County, State of Washington, there will be held a General Election for the purpose of submitting to the voters, for their approval or rejection of State Advisories, Local Candidates, and Special Propositions. Grant County is an ALL mail county. No Polling places will be available. You may return your ballot by mail or in person. Returning your ballot by mail requires a first-class postage stamp. Your ballot must be postmarked no later than the day of the election. We suggest you vote and mail your ballot as soon after you receive it as possible to ensure a valid postmark. The Grant County Auditor's office, 35 C St. NW, Room 203, at the County Courthouse in Ephrata, will be open so voters may obtain replacement ballots, drop off voted ballots, obtain provisional ballots, and use the Accessible Voting Unit, at the following times: Monday-Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM - October 20, 2017 - November 7, 2017 On Election Day only, November 7, 2017 7:00AM - 8:00PM The following Drive-up Ballot drop locations are available from October 20, 2017 through Election Day and will be promptly locked on November 7, 2017 at 8:00PM: Grant County Courthouse, Public Parking Lot #A, Ephrata, Grant County PUD, 555 Grand Coulee Ave., Grand Coulee, Moses Lake City Hall, 321 S. Balsam St., Moses Lake, Fire District #10 Fire Hall, 588 Camelia St., Royal City, and Quincy Public Library, 208 Central Ave S., Quincy. The registration deadline for online registrations, mail-in registrations and transfers is October 9, 2017. Any qualified elector who is not registered to vote in the State of Washington may register to vote in person at the Auditor's office up to and including October 30, 2017. You can register or obtain registration forms at the Auditor's office, on line at www.myvote.wa.gov, and the Department of Licensing. Voters needing additional information or assistance with voter registration forms or voting may call (509)754-2011, Ext. 2777, 2743 or 2793. Voters unable to use the mail-in ballot may use the Accessible Voting Unit available at the Grant County Auditor's office. For additional information on the election or regarding voter registration: www.grantcountywa.gov, search for Auditor then Elections STATE MEASURES Advisory Votes Advisory Vote No. 16 Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1597 The legislature increased, without a vote of the people, the food fish excise tax rate on certain salmon and game fish, costing less than $1,000,000 in the first ten years, for government spending. This tax increase should be: [ ] Repealed [ ] Maintained _______________________________________________________________________ Advisory Vote No. 17 Engrossed House Bill 2163 The legislature expanded, without a vote of the people, the business and occupation tax and narrowed certain retail sales and use tax exemptions, costing $565,000,000 in the first ten years, for government spending. The tax increase should be: [ ] Repealed [ ] Maintained _______________________________________________________________________ Advisory Vote No. 18 Engrossed House Bill 2242 The legislature imposed, without a vote of the people, an additional state property tax for common schools, costing $12,949,000,000 in the first ten years, for government spending. This tax increase should be: [ ] Repealed [ ] Maintained _______________________________________________________________________ LOCAL ELECTIONS WILL APPEAR ONLY IN THE AREAS ELIBIGLE TO VOTE ON THEM COUNTY - NON-PARTISAN CITIES AND TOWNS TOWN OF COULEE CITY Mayor - 4 year term [ ] Robert Dove Councilmember Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] ShirleyRae Maes TOWN OF COULEE CITY (CONT'D) Councilmember Position #4 - 4 year term [ ] Anita Paulsson Councilmember Position #5 - Short & 4 Year [ ] Vaughn Jordan CITY OF ELECTRIC CITY Councilmember Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Aaron Derr Councilmember Position #4 - 2 year unexpired [ ] Carol Nordine CITY OF EPHRATA Mayor - 4 year term [ ] Bruce Reim Councilmember Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Justin Kooy Councilmember Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Mark Wanke Councilmember Position #3 - 4 year term [ ] Matt Moore CITY OF GEORGE Councilmember Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Katie Schooler Councilmember Position #3 - 4 year term [ ] Terry R. Nelson Councilmember Position #4 - Short & 4 year term [ ] Julia Schooler CITY OF GRAND COULEE Councilmember Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Tammara J. Byers Councilmember Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Thomas L. Poplawski Councilmember Position #4 - Short & 4 year term [ ] Mike Horne TOWN OF HARTLINE Mayor - 4 year term [ ] Jim Baergen Councilmember Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Robert J. Sieg

TOWN OF HARTLINE Mayor - 4 year term [ ] Jim Baergen Councilmember Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Robert J. Sieg TOWN OF KRUPP (MARLIN) Mayor - 4 year term [ ] Tracy Lesser Councilmember Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] Lori Friend CITY OF MATTAWA Councilmember Position #1 - 2 year unexpired [ ] Sun Hwang Councilmember Position #3 - 4 year term [ ] Silvia Barajas Councilmember Position #4 - 4 year term [ ] Ellen Hopkins Councilmember Position #5 - 2 year unexpired [ ] Alexander Heredia Councilmember Position #7 - 4 year term [ ] Wendy Lopez CITY OF MOSES LAKE Councilmember Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Michael Riggs [ ] Dean Hankins Councilmember Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Karen Liebrecht [ ] Jason F. Avila Councilmember Position #4 - 4 year term [ ] Dana Borschowa [ ] Peter Josef Steffens [ ] Barry Lawson [ ] Daryl M. Jackson Councilmember Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] David Curnel [ ] Nathaniel Pack CITY OF QUINCY Mayor - 4 year term [ ] Scott B. Lybbert [ ] Paul D. Worley Councilmember Position #2 - Short & 4 year term [ ] Joel Martin [ ] Luke Garrison Councilmember Position #4 - 4 year term [ ] Andrew Royer Councilmember Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] David Day CITY OF ROYAL CITY Mayor - 4 year term [ ] Preston K. Andersen Councilmember Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Gary A. Fanning Councilmember Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] Tiffany Workinger CITY OF SOAP LAKE Councilmember Position #3 - 4 year term [ ] Kandis (Kandi) Lair [ ] Dave Tweedy Councilmember Position #4 - 4 year term [ ] Robert L. Brown [ ] Debra Parmeter Still CITY OF WARDEN Councilmember Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Byron Starkey TOWN OF WILSON CREEK Mayor - Short & 4 year term [ ] Kevin Newland Councilmember Position #3 - 4 year term [ ] Kellie Ribail [ ] Willow Conley Councilmember Position #4 - 4 year term [ ] Michael S. Goetz [ ] Scott Mortimer Councilmember Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] Raymond Kelby [ ] Mike Conley SCHOOL DISTRICTS WAHLUKE SCHOOL DISTRICT #73 School Director Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Jerry Yorgesen School Director Position #5 at Large - 4 year term [ ] Lorraine Jenne QUINCY SCHOOL DISTRICT #144 School Director Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Tricia C. Lubach School Director Position #5 at Large - 4 year term [ ] Alex Ybarra WARDEN SCHOOL DISTRICT #146 School Director Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Doug Skone School Director Position #4 at Large - 4 year term [ ] Bryce Cox School Director Position #5 at Large - 2 year unexpired [ ] Seamus McPartland COULEE-HARTLINE SCHOOL DISTRICT #151 School Director Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Karin Whitaker School Director Position #3 - 4 year term [ ] Christina Jalali School Director Position #5 at Large - 4 year term [ ] William H. Murray SOAP LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT #156 School Director Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Victoria Shtyba School Director Position #3 - 2 year unexpired term [ ] Joan Fleming [ ] Curt Dotson School Director Position #5 at Large - 4 year term [ ] Donald Clark [ ] Renee Detrick ROYAL SCHOOL DISTRICT #160 School Director Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Justin Brown School Director Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] Warren Small [ ] Susan Piercy

MOSES LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT #161 School Director Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Vickey T. Melcher [ ] Oscar J. Ochoa School Director Position #4 - 4 year term [ ] Elliott Goodrich [ ] Kevin J. Donovan EPHRATA SCHOOL DISTRICT #165 School Director Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] Alan Key WILSON CREEK SCHOOL DISTRICT #167 School Director Position #3 - 4 year term [ ] Paul Friend [ ] Brent K. Finkbeiner School Director Position #5 at Large - 4 year term [ ] Ron Lesser [ ] Lane Ribail GRAND COULEE SCHOOL DISTRICT #301 School Director Position #1 - 4 year term [ ] Tammy James-Pino [ ] Carla B. Marconi School Director Position #2 - 4 year term [ ] Kenneth W. Stanger School Director Position #3 at Large - 2 year unexpired [ ] George LaPlace School Director Position #5 - 4 year term [ ] Kelly N. Steffens [ ] Richard Black FIRE DISTRICTS FIRE DISTRICT #3 Fire Commissioner #1 - 6 year term [ ] Carl Yeates Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] Alan Williamson FIRE DISTRICT #4 Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] Dave Whitney FIRE DISTRICT #5 Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] K. L. (Buck) Naff [ ] Lee Creiglow FIRE DISTRICT #6 Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] William "Bill" Higginbotham Fire Commissioner #3 - 4 year unexpired [ ] Gerald F. Dormaier FIRE DISTRICT #7 Fire Commissioner #3 - 6 year term [ ] Jeff Grass FIRE DISTRICT #8 Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] Scott J. Nesbit Fire Commissioner #4 - 6 year term [ ] Debra Crain FIRE DISTRICT #10 Fire Commissioner #3 - 6 year term [ ] Michael Moore FIRE DISTRICT #11 Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] Ray Wardenaar [ ] Dustin Biela FIRE DISTRICT #12 Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] Mark Kane FIRE DISTRICTS (CONT'D) FIRE DISTRICT #13 Fire Commissioner #2 - Short & 6 year term [ ] Shane Heston FIRE DISTRICT #14 Fire Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] Gary V. Rosco FIRE DISTRICT #15 Fire Commissioner #1 - 6 year term [ ] Richard Wentworth HOSPITAL DISTRICTS HOSPITAL DISTRICT #1 Commissioner Position #3 - 6 year term [ ] Julie Weisenburg Commissioner Position #4 at Large - 6 year term [ ] Dale Paris HOSPITAL DISTRICT #2 Commissioner Position #5 - 6 year term [ ] Michele L. Talley HOSPITAL DISTRICT #3 Commissioner Position #3 - 6 year term [ ] Kimberly Allen-Holman Commissioner Position #5 - 6 year term [ ] Amanda Green HOSPITAL DISTRICT #4 Commissioner Position #2 - Short & 6 year term [ ] John R. Martin Commissioner Position #4 - 6 year term [ ] Jean Dillenburg Commissioner Position #5 - 6 year term [ ] Signe Slough-Knudsen HOSPITAL DISTRICT #5 Commissioner Position #3 - Short & 6 year term [ ] Ray Holloway HOSPITAL DISTRICTS (CONT'D) HOSPITAL DISTRICT #6 Commissioner Positon #3 - 6 year term [ ] Jerry Kennedy Commissioner Position #4 - 6 year term [ ] Geary Oliver HOSPITAL DISTRICT #7 Commissioner Position #3 - 4 year unexpired term [ ] Paula L. Boyce Commissioner Position #4 - Short & 6 year term [ ] Patti Klefbeck Commissioner Position #5 - 6 year term [ ] Deb Murphy PORT DISTRICTS PORT DISTRICT #1 Commissioner Position #2 - 6 year term [ ] Patric F. Connelly

PORT DISTRICT #2 Commissioner Position #1 - 2 year unexpired [ ] Frank (Skeeter) Mianecki Jr. Commissioner Position #2 - 6 year term [ ] Alan Schrom PORT DISTRICT #3 Commissioner Position #2 - Short & 6 year term [ ] Lauri Dayton PORT DISTRICT #4 Commissioner Position #3 - 6 year term [ ] Travis Liening PORT DISTRICT #5 Commissioner Position #3 - 6 year term [ ] Wesley Sieg PORT DISTRICT #6 Commissioner Position #3 - 6 year term [ ] Pat Hochstatter PORT DISTRICT #7 Commissioner Position #3 - 6 year term [ ] Leonard Sanders III PORT DISTRICT (CONT'D) PORT DISTRICT #8 Commissioner Position #3 - 6 year term [ ] Dale Pomeroy POST DISTRICT #9 Commissioner Position #2 - 6 year term [ ] Shelly Rivard Detrick PORT DISTRICT #10 Commissioner Position #2 - 6 year term [ ] Stroud Kunkle CEMETERY DISTRICTS CEMETERY DISTRICT #4 (WARDEN) Commissioner #1 - 6 year term [ ] Delmar Laib CEMETERY DISTRICT #5 (ROYAL CITY) Commissioner #1 - 6 year term [ ] Wayne C. Brown WATER DISTRICTS WATER DISTRICT #2 (CASCADE VALLEY) Commissioner #2 - 6 year term [ ] Anita L. Graham SEWER DISTRICTS SEWER DISTRICT #1 (CRESCENT BAR) Commissioner #1 - 6 year term [ ] Troy Davis Commissioner #3 - 6 year term [ ] Kevin Hepworth AIRPORT DISTRICTS AIRPORT DISTRICT #1 (MATTAWA) Commissioner #1 - 2 year short & full term [ ] Vincent Himsl Commissioner #2 - 2 year short & full term [ ] Kenneth F. Broda Commissioner #3 - 2 year short & full term [ ] Karl L. Gruber LOCAL ISSUES CEMETERY DISTRICT NO. 2 - WILSON CREEK PROPOSITION NO. 1 SPECIAL ONE YEAR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION LEVY The Board of Commissioners of Grant County Cemetery District No. 2 adopted Resolution No. 17-1, concerning a proposition to finance maintenance and operation expenses. This proposition would authorize the District to levy the following excess taxes upon all taxable property within the District, for support of the District's maintenance and operation expenses: Levy/Collection Year Approximate Levy Rate Levy Amount Per $1000 Assessed Value 2018 $0.2448676498 $10,500.00 All as provided in Resolution No. 17-1. Should this Proposition be approved? Special Levy Yes [ ] Special Levy No [ ] _______________________________________________________________ GRANT COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT #2 (QUINCY VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER) PROPOSITION NO. 1 LEVY FOR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE The Commission of Public Hospital District No. 2, Grant County adopted Resolution No. 17-05, concerning a proposition to finance operations and maintenance. If approved, this proposition would authorize the District to levy a special one-year property tax levy in excess of its regular levy for collection in 2018 in the amount of $875,000, resulting in an estimated levy rate of 25 cents per $1,000 of assessed value, to provide additional funds to operate and maintain the District's health care facilities and essential services, all as provided in Resolution No. 17-05. Should this proposition be approved? LEVY . . . YES [ ] LEVY . . . NO [ ] _______________________________________________________________ GRANT COUNTY PU8LIC HOSPITAL DISTRICT #5 (MATTAWA COMMUNITY MEDICAL CLINIC) PROPOSITION #1 ONE-YEAR SPECIAL LEVY The Commission of Grant County Public Hospital District No. 5, Grant County, Washington, adopted Resolution No. 2017-15 concerning a proposition to finance and maintain the availability of essential health care services by paying down the registered warrant amount. If approved, this ballot proposition will provide funds to pay down the registered warrant amount to Grant County, and allow the District to continue to provide the much-needed essential health care services by levying in 2017 and collection in 2018 a special one-year property tax in the amount of $175,000.00, resulting in an estimated levy rate, in excess of the District's regular property tax levy, of $0.26 per $1,000.00 of assessed value. Should this proposition be? APPROVED . . . . . . . .[ ] REJECTED . . . . . . . .[ ] LOCAL ISSUES (CONT'D) CITY OF MOSES LAKE TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT PROPOSITION #1 SALES AND USE TAX FOR TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS The City of Moses Lake Transportation Benefit District Board adopted Resolution No. 3 concerning a sales and use tax to fund transportation districts. This proposition would authorize a sales and use tax of two-tenths of one percent (0.02) to be collected within the District in accordance with RCW 82.14.0455 for a term of ten (10) years for the purpose of raising revenue to acquire, invest in, construct, improve, provide, operate, preserve, maintain, and fund transportation improvements in the City of Moses Lake. Shall this proposition be approved? [ ] Yes [ ] No _________________________________________________________________ #09052/118683 Pub: September 25, 2017

Superior Court of Washington, County of Grant In re: Parentage/Support of | Jeremis Kalet Urrutia Mairen | | No. 16-3-00342-7 Petitioner/s: | Nimrad Urrutia Garcia | Summons Served by Publication | (SMPB) And Respondent/s: | Ruth Mairena Carrasco | | Summons Served by Publication To: Ruth Mairena Carrasco - The other party has asked the court to Approve or change a Parenting Plan or Residential Schedule. You must respond in writing if you want the court to consider your side. Deadline! Your Response must be filed and served within 60 days of the date this summons is published. If you do not file and serve your Response or a Notice of Appearance by the deadline: No one has to notify you about other hearings in this case, and The court may approve the requests in the Petition without hearing your side (called a default judgement) Follow these steps: 1. Read the Petition and any other documents that were filed at court with this Summons. Thos documemts explain what the other party is asking for. 2. Fill out a Response on this form: FL Parentage 332, Response to Petition for Parenting Plan, Residential Schedule and/or Child Support You can get the Response form and other forms you need at: The Washington State Courts' website: www.courts.wa.gov/forms The Administrative Office of the Courts - call: (360) 705-5328 Washington LawHelp: www.washingtonlawhelp.org, or The Superior Court Clerk's office or county law library (for a fee). 3. Serve (give) a copy of your Response to the person who filed this Summons at the address below, and to any other parties. You may use certified mail with return receipt requested. For more information on how to serve, read Superior Court Civil Rule 5. 4. File your original Response with the court clerk at this address: Superior Court Clerk, Grant County 35 C St, Ephrata, WA 98823 5. Lawyer not required: It is a good idea to talk to a lawyer, but you may file and serve your Response without one. Person filing this Summons or his/her lawyer fills out below: _______________________________________ ______________________ Signature Date Nimrod Urrutia Garcia Print name and WSBA No., if any I agree to accept legal papers for this case at: the following address: 5085 Road 7.9 NE, Moses Lake, WA 98837 #10010/118759 Pub:September 25, 2017 & October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 2017

INVITATION TO BID Published - Legal Notice NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received from qualified roofing contractors by the Port of Moses Lake, 7810 Andrews St. NE, Suite 200, Moses Lake, Washington, 98837, until 11:00 a.m., October 6, 2017, for the specified roofing work on the POML T-Hangars - Buildings #-400, #-402, #403, located at the Grant County International Airport, Moses Lake, Washington. Bids received after this time will not be considered. Each bid must be submitted on the prescribed Bid Form provided within the Specification Documents in the manner provided in the Instructions to Bidders. Bids must be accompanied by Bid security as prescribed in the Instruction to Bidders, payable to the Owner in an amount no less than five percent (5%) of the amount of Bid. The Successful Bidder will be required to furnish the additional Bond(s) prescribed in the Bidding Documents. SCOPE OF WORK Includes cleaning, preparing of the existing metal roof system in compliance with all Owner's Specifications and the manufacturer requirements for the installation of the specified roof coating system including but not limited to seam and fastener repairs, panel repair, skylight panel replacement with new metal panel, gutters and all incidentals at specified locations on the buildings identified as T-Hangars - Buildings #-400 #-402, #-403 at the Port of Moses Lake, Grant County International Airport Industrial Park. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Qualified Roofing Contractors may obtain Bidding Documents, including Instructions to Bidders, Form of Agreement, General Requirements, Drawings and Specifications, entitled Port of Moses Lake - T-Hangars - Buildings 400, 402 & 403- 2017 Roof Coating Project, starting Monday, September 25, 2017 by e-mail request to info@atechnorthwest.com or by phone request to 503-628-2882. If you have questions regarding this Invitation to Bid or job specifications, please contact Port of Moses Lake's representative for this project Doug Coddington or Alan Loftesness, A-TECH/NORTHWEST, INC., 503-628-2882. MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE for all bidders will be held on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 starting at 10:30 a.m. at the Port of Moses Lake Maintenance Building, 8114 Andrews St. N.E., Moses Lake, WA. BID OPENING Bids will be opened and read publicly aloud by the Executive Director of the Port of Moses Lake on Friday, October 6, 2017. The Port of Moses Lake reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive irregularities or informalities, without cause.Page 2 of 2 BID AWARD The POML shall have 30 days upon which to notify the intent to award to selected bidder and/or reject all bids submitted BID WITHDRAWL Bids may not be withdrawn once submitted for the defined period between advertised Bid Opening and Bid Award. Bids may be withdrawn anytime up to the advertised Bid Opening. BIDDERS GUARANTEE OF BID/PRICING The bid documents and quoted prices shall be guaranteed by bidder for a minimum of 30-days after the published bid opening date and time. BID EXTENSION: The POML shall have the authority to extend the bidding process prior to the advertised Bid opening with the stipulation that the extension be noted a minimum of forty-eight (48) hours prior to the published Bid opening. Any/all extensions are the sole judgment of the POML and their agent and/or representative. All other instructions and information remain the same unless specifically noted in the extension notification and/or subsequent bid process addenda. Attendees at mandatory pre-bid shall be notified by electronic mail (e-mail) of the extension. The Port of Moses Lake shall not be responsible for any delay in the notification process and will make every effort via their agent to notify the attendees of the extension. Bid Award schedule shall remain the same as it applies to the listed number of days in the original published/advertised documents. Jeffrey Bishop, Executive Director Port of Moses Lake 7810 Andrews St. NE, Suite 200 Moses Lake, WA 98837 #09049/118343 Pub: September 22, 25, 2017

News Release The annual election of the Quincy-Columbia Basin District will be held on December 12, 2017 for the purpose of electing a director for Director Division 1 and Director Division 2 to serve a term of three (3) years. Final date for filing a Petition of Nomination is November 6, 2017. Petitions are due to the Quincy-Columbia Basin Irrigation District, office, before 5:00 pm. Copies of the Petition of Nomination are available at the District office in Quincy. Warren Morgan is presently serving as Director of Division 1, Covering all of Range 23, and that portion of Range 24 lying West of the Quincy/George Highway and South to the Frenchman Hills. John Rylaarsdam is presently serving as Director in Division 2, covering all that portion of Range 24 lying East of the Quincy/George Highway and South to the Frenchman Hills. Anyone wishing information regarding the Director Division they are eligible to vote in, please call the Quincy office at 509-787-3591 or Royal City Office 509-346-2301. Polling locations will be announced after the closing of the nominations. /s/Darvin Fales________ Darvin Fales Secretary-Manager #09040/116503 Pub: September 18 & 25, 2017

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December 15, 2017 at 5:00 am | Columbia Basin Herald Grant County Jail Dec. 12 Merced Rodriguez, 47, a transient, was arrested and booked for first-degree criminal trespassing. Dec. 13 Aaron Smith, 24, of Ephrata, was booked on an outstanding Grant...

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Tony Cardenas

December 14, 2017 at 5:00 am | Columbia Basin Herald Tony Cardenas, 93, passed away Dec. 9 in Redmond, Wash. He was born in Hansen, Idaho and his family settled in the lower Yakima Valley where he farmed for many years. Tony was married to Carmen Diaz ...

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