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Richland's Art in the Park is fun alternative to Follies
For those who would rather shop in the shade than watch hydroplanes on the river, head over to Howard Amon Park in Richland for the hugely popular Art in the Park sidewalk show today and Saturday.
2 hrs ago
Richland's Atomic Ale goes nuclear
Aaron Burks, right, owner of Atomic Ale Brewpub and Eatery, and friend Ryan Hohimer install "nuclear fuel rods" at Atomic Ale in Richland.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Richland school to offer free meals for students
Students at Jefferson Elementary School won't have to bring a lunch box or ask parents for lunch money when school starts this fall.
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Pot stores in Tri-Cities, or no?
Tri-Cities leaders are still making decisions about pot stores, now that the first one in our area opened in Prosser.
Lincoln exhibit visits the Kennewick branch of the Mid Columbia Libraries
Jordan Perkins, 9 of Richland, wears a Lincoln hat Thursday as she reads about Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War exhibit at the Kennewick branch of the Mid-Columbia Libraries.
Antiques in the Park is July 26 in John Dam Plaza
The Antiques in the Park event is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 26 at John Dam Plaza, between George Washington Way and Jadwin Avenue, across from the Federal Building in Richland.
Adventures Underground to add coffee shop, record shop
Kat Himes measures a wall Wednesday while working on construction at Adventure's Underground in Richland.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Week in Photos - July 20-26, 2014
July 23, 2014 - Nigel Jourdain, owner of Columbia River Rentals, stand next to the four 24-foot pontoon boats he rents at the Columbia Park Marina in Richland.
Spaghetti feed fundraiser for near drowning victim
A spaghetti feed and silent auction benefit event is from 6 to 10 p.m. July 31 at Columbia Community Church, 150 Gage Blvd., Richland.
Richland Police Arrest Suspected Burglar Exiting Victim's Home
Just before 9 AM today Richland police officers were advised of a 911 call involving a subject beating on the front door of a residence on the 1000 block of Pattyton Lane.
Richland man pleads guilty to killing, raping baby
Jose Luis Aguilar pleaded guilty to first-degree rape of a child and second-degree murder in Benton County Superior Court.
Our Voice: Time to get ready for the big event
This weekend is the weekend in the Tri-Cities, and anticipation has been revving up like the turbine engine on a hydroplane.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Richland, Kennewick discuss marijuana bans
The Richland City Council isn't as unanimous, but is expected to consider a ban on recreational marijuana businesses in the next couple of months.
Foot pain workshop planned Tuesday in Pasco
A seminar about how to care for your feet and prevent injuries is planned from 6:30 to 8 p.m. today at Oasis Physical Therapy, 6825 Burden Blvd., Suite D, Pasco.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Pasco bans marijuana sales
The Pasco City Council voted 6-1 Monday evening to ban recreational and medical marijuana businesses in the city limits.
Our Voice: Sense of urgency needed for police dispatch problem
It seems like we've had a rash of incidents involving guns in the community, often with our law enforcement officials in the line of fire.
Interrupted Home Robbery This Morning in Richland
Type of Incident: Residential Burglary Date and Time of Incident: July 21, 2014 at 3:19 AM Summary of Incident: On July 21, 2014 at approximately 0319 hours Kennewick Police responded to an interrupted burglary at 8925 W. Skagit Avenue.
Thumbs up to Gesa and the community for helping Mid-Columbia youth
The Gesa Credit Union and generous donors throughout the Mid-Columbia raised more than $53,000 to keep the doors open at Safe Harbor Support Center and its teen shelter program My Friends Place.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Kennewick, Richland plan to add fire department positions
Richland Fire Chief Grant Baynes recenlty interviews job applicant Calder Russell, 24, of Ellensburg for an opening with the Richland Fire Department.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
West Richland wants to add police officers
West Richland Police Chief Brian McElroy would like to have a minimum of two police officers on duty at all times in the city.