Sunday Apr 13
Anchorage Daily News
Gap on the Columbia River offers dramatic vistas
In this June 12, 2012 photo, a National Natural Landmark, Wallula Gap, sits downstream on the Columbia River from Kennewick, Wash.
Plant sale planned April 18-19 at River View High School in Finley
The River View High School Finley FFA Chapter will hold its 23rd annual plant sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 18-19 at the school, 36509 S. Lemon Drive, Finley.
Wallula Gap is National Natural Landmark on Columbia River near Tri-Cities
Wallula Gap is a recognized National Natural Landmark, same as Crown Point in the Columbia River Gorge east of Portland.
Tri-Tech students take hands-on equine science course
River View High School instructor Keith Holman teaches the only full-year, live-horse equine science course in Washington state.
KEPR CBS 19
Law-enforcement uses two radio systems to communicate
Public safety is always a major concern for us at KEPR. We learned law-enforcement agencies in our area use two different forms of radios to communicate with each other.
Columbia Irrigation District lets water flow
Joe Teeley, manager of the Columbia Irrigation District, works to turn on the valves Thursday morning at Wanawish Dam to start the diversion of water from the Yakima River into the main canal in West Richland for irrigation use.