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'Footloose' continues March 14-15 in Pasco
Chiawana High will present the musical Footloose on March 14-15 in the high school's auditorium at 8125 Argent Road, Pasco.
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3 hrs ago
Fire Rips Through Mobile Home in Benton City
Firefighters in Benton City are trying to figure out what started a fire at a mobile home early Thursday morning.
4 hrs ago
Police Investigation Results in Narcotics Arrest in Pasco
The Pasco Police Department Street Crimes Unit executed a narcotics related search warrants yesterday at a residence on the 2000-block of Road 84. At the conclusion of the investigation detectives seized an appropriate ounce of methamphetamine, hydrocodone tablets, and three quarters pound of marijuana.
12 hrs ago
Tri-Cities Regional Public Facilities District board plans to stay intact
"I don't want to see it dissolve," said board member Saul Martinez, who is also a Pasco city councilman.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Pasco's first female firefighter retires
As Chief Bob Gear looks on, retiring Pasco firefighter Pat Hilberg shows off the "Men" sign she kept as a souvenir of her 22 years on the Pasco Fire Department.
Informational session about state REAL Hope Act planned in Pasco
Education officials are trying to get the word out that a new state law has the potential to help hundreds of undocumented Mid-Columbia residents pay for college.
Letter: Optimistic about future
Over the last couple of years, the students at Virgie Robinson Elementary have shown that they are an elite group of students here in Washington.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Franklin County extends pot ban
Franklin County commissioners extended a moratorium on marijuana-related businesses in unincorporated Franklin County that was set to expire at midnight Tuesday.
Former Pasco teacher charged with molestation
Brian Scott Dean, 30, pleaded innocent to a second-degree molestation charge, court documents said.
Expert to talk Saturday, Monday about how to raise poultry
The classes are Saturday in Pasco and Monday in Sunnyside. Miller will explain how to properly care for chicks, with emphasis on feed, housing and health issues, as well as how to care for adult birds.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Week in Photos - March 9-15, 2014
March 10, 2014 - The Port of Pasco is evicting Green Power, a tenant since 2007, from this warehouse in the Big Pasco Industrial Park.
Spokane Police Search For Suspect In On-Going...
PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: Spokane Police search for Jenny K. Rogers, who is wanted on Kidnapping charges in connection to the on-going Kidnapping and Murder investigation.
Ita s sad to crush SPSCCa s Viper, but dona t attempt a rescue
First, to Chrysler for ordering South Puget Sound Community College to destroy the $250,000 Dodge Viper SRT it donated to the school for automotive vocational training.
Cavalcade of Authors celebrates its sixth year with 16 young adult writers
Sixteen authors in the young adult genre will join more than 1,000 Mid-Columbia middle and high school students Friday for the Cavalcade of Authors.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Tri-Cities Regional PFD meeting to settle board's path after failed aquatics proposal
The regional group behind a failed aquatics facility proposal is expected to settle on a path forward -- at least for the immediate future -- during a meeting Wednesday.
Jaime Klippert and Ismael Fajardo, both of Kent, are planning an Aug. 2 wedding at Central Lutheran Church in Yakima.
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FISHING: Pasco angler lands record walleye in McNary Pool
Pasco resident John Grubenhoff holds the record for the largest walleye caught in Washington.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Green Power CEO claims poverty even though company worth more than $10M
Andrew Hicks, deputy treasurer for Franklin County, passes Green Power's partially completed biofuels plant at the Big Pasco Industrial Park.
Trees are the root of the problem in downtown Pasco
The streets of downtown Pasco are lined with dozens of trees, providing both aesthetic beauty and shade in warm months.
Pasco teachers union to hold new elections
Concerns about voting security is leading the Pasco School District's teachers union to hold a new election for its top leadership position.