Articles by Jeff Morrow

Jeff Morrow retired from the Tri-City Herald in 2015. Jeff spent 30 years on the Herald's sports staff, including the last 19 as the sports editor. Although he likes to write, Jeff still finds time to travel, golf and take care of his family's three dogs. He and his wife of 31 years, Connie, have two adult daughters.
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Ryan Wattenbarger, brewer-owner of Moonshot Brewing in Kennewick, and his team are renovating a former Thai restaurant at 94 Lee Blvd. in Richland for a second location that will include a restaurant. They plan to open in December.

Brewery to open second location with restaurant, patio, river views

It took the owners of Kennewick’s Moonshot Brewing almost a year, but they’ve found a spot for their second location. Ryan Wattenbarger and his staff have been busy tearing up…

The Richland Growler Guys at 110 Gage Blvd., Suite 204, closed its doors in October. The franchise owner, Robin Walker, blames ripple effects from the pandemic. (Courtesy Growler Guys)

Growler Guys shuts doors at Richland taphouse

The Tri-Cities lost one of its growler-fill taphouses in October when the Growler Guys shut down. The Richland shop at 110 Gage Blvd., Suite 204, couldn’t recover from the pandemic…

Columbia Basin College’s esports center offers the low lighting needed for screen-based competitions and space for 12 stations. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Higher education: CBC, WSU Tri-Cities celebrate new buildings, plan for the future

Columbia Basin College and Washington State University Tri-Cities each completed a major addition in the past year. The construction crews have moved on, but the two schools are busy contemplating…

The $10 million Fran Rish Stadium remodel project was completed at Richland High in August, 
just in time for the first high school football game on Sept. 3. (Courtesy Mike Edwards & Musco Lighting)

K-12 education: Build, rebuild, remodel – repeat?

The three biggest school districts in the Tri-Cities have a lot in common. Richland, Pasco and Kennewick each passed major bonds for new schools and other improvements in the years…

Kamila Greutman bought It’s All in the Details, a 7-year-old Kennewick furniture and home accent store at 4504 W. 26th Ave., #110, Kennewick, and plans to rebrand it in early 2023 to Twenty Eight Home + Design. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Home stager becomes home decor store owner

Kamila Greutman believes that every person is good at something. The Richland woman discovered her talent in interior design. Since Greutman and her family – a husband, three kids and…

Dusty Powers of Motorcycle Training Inc. in north Richland has a variety of motorcycles available for customers to learn to ride on. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Motorcycle Training Inc. fuses fun, safety and is for sale

Dusty Powers has had a love-hate relationship with motorcycles his whole life. Fortunately for local riders and those who want to learn to ride, it’s been a love affair for…

Jenny Vollmer of Kennewick rents her swimming pool by the hour on Swimply, a company that connects pool owners with swimmers willing to pay a fee to rent them. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Tri-City homeowners take the plunge into pool rentals

When Bunim Laskin was a kid in New Jersey, he was always looking for things to do. “I am the oldest of 12 kids,” he said. “And growing up, I…

Jose Limon, left, and Guty Villa run Mana A Mano Boxing Club in Kennewick. It opened in June. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Boxing club aims to transform lives one jab at a time

Guty Villa probably could have been content continuing his work as owner of G’s to Gent’s Barbershop in Kennewick. He’s happily been cutting hair and running the shop for seven…

Randy Affholter, head football coach for Kennewick High School, stands next to some of the football helmets he has in stock. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Tech innovations improve high school athletics, from football helmets to stadium lighting

Science and technology have made many things better when it comes to sports. And they will continue to do so in the future. The Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business talked…

Automated farming irrigation system in sunset

Late winter bolstered water supplies, took some of the sting out of drought

Thanks to a very wet April, the Pacific Northwest has a lot of water. That’s potentially great news for water users. After declaring a drought in the Mid-Columbia on July…

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