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Americans Ring Bells
Tri-City Americans players were at local Fred Meyers locations today ringing bells to raise money for the Salavtion Army.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Hockey time in the Mid-Columbia
A group of friends play a game of ice hockey Monday near Bateman Island in Richland.
Benefit concert set Dec. 11 at Richland library to help veterans
Tommy Mayhew, 13, will perform at 6:30 p.m. at the Richland Public Library, 955 Northgate Drive.
Professional trumpet player Ingrid Jensen visits Hanford High School
Professional trumpet player Ingrid Jensen ponders her reply while answering questions from students in the freshmen concert band Monday at Hanford High School in Richland.
Tricia Legard and Daniel Sorensen, both of Richland, were married Oct. 26 at the Yachats Inn in Yachats, Ore.
Marthas Cupboard of Richland gives personal hygiene, cleaning items
Mary Gettis, leader of Martha's Cupboard at Central United Protestant Church, is surrounded by a group of church volunteers that helps provide things that food stamps don't cover to community members in need.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Gene Wagner is retiring after 12 years of being Port of Kennewick commissioner.
For the past 12 years, Gene Wagner's decisions have helped steer the Port of Kennewick's economic development efforts.
Mid-Columbia farmers mull marijuana
But it's one that is fraught with uncertainty, from security to mites, mildew and the threat of federal raids.
Breaching Bateman Island causeway being studied
A regional group will look at ways to breach the causeway to Bateman Island to improve salmon habitat with the help of a state grant program.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
New Richland fire station 'for the community'
The Richland Fire Department is excited about the new station planned for the southwest part of the city, and will enjoy using the facility, said Fire Chief Grant Baynes.
Shop with a Cop 2013
Members of law enforcement from all the agencies around the Tri-Cities helped 28 underprivileged kids shop for presents on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Wal-Mart in Kennewick.
Book tells rest of Sam Volpentesta s story
It would be reasonable to ask why it is worth your time to read a 500-page book about a man probably as well known today as when he died at age 101 in 2005.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Finley couple brings hundreds over for breakfast
Forecasters are calling for temperatures of 11 degrees, with a below-zero wind chill, when Bill and Carole Allenbaugh’s sixth annual breakfast to help the Tri-Cities Food Bank will start on time Saturday morning.
BNSF holiday train ride honors veterans, families
Emily Dusek, 7, looks out the window of a 1950s-era passenger car on Thursday as she joined her grandparents Rockey and Twila Stoddard, all of Kennewick, on the BNSF Holiday Express.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Kadlec Healthplex to offer many outpatient services
Angela Mohondro, director of Allied Health, holds onto her hard hat Thursday while leading a tour of the new Kadlec Healthplex facility at 1260 Lee Boulevard in Richland.
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Richland farmers market in jeopardy
Elizabeth Romero was last seen at 1800 W. 7th Avenue Kennewick and is believed to be in danger.
Suspect opens fire on Jeep with assault rifle in Richland
Police found more than 20 shell casings at the scene, said Richland police Capt.
Trumpeter Ingrid Jensento perform at Dec. 10 in Richland
Noted jazz trumpeter Ingrid Jensen brings her savvy sound to Hanford High School on Dec. 10 in the school's auditorium.
L.A.-based Acidic performs Dec. 8 at Jokers in Richland
Acidic guitarist Michael Gossard was almost 13 years old when he auditioned for a position with a Disney kids Devo tour project.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Photography business to provide free Santa photos in Kennewick
From 1 to 5 p.m. Friday at the downtown Kennewick branch of Banner Bank, 203 W. First Ave., families are welcome to come and take a photo, as well as enjoy cake, candy canes and a performance by The Bells of the Desert Handbell Choir from 2 to 3 p.m. A second photo opportunity is scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Red Lion in Richland, 802 ... (more)