Jeffrey Morrow

Jeffrey 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.

Construction is under way at Areva NP’s new $12 million scrap uranium recovery facility on Horn Rapids Road in Richland. (Courtesy Areva NP)

Areva continues to invest in its Richland manufacturing plant

The Areva NP plant in Richland has been investing an average of $7 million a year into its nuclear fuel manufacturing company for the last decade. It’s a trend that appears to be continuing. In the past four months, the nuclear fuel manufacturing plant has announced: Plans to build a new $12 million scrap uranium […]

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Kennewick dentist finds niche designing for men’s fashion industry

Owner of Tri-City Dental Care also designs, sells neckties with nephew Richland’s Antonio Lopez-Ibarra runs a relatively new dental practice, Tri-City Dental Care, in the Southridge area. The 32-year-old dentist also has a wife and three children. And the busy entrepreneur runs a small necktie company with his nephew, Noel Lopez. Called Town+Co, the business […]

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Darci and Dave Mitcham have owned Cedars Restaurant on Kennewick’s Clover Island since 2006. With retirement in mind, the couple recently put the iconic waterfront eatery on the market for $2.62 million.

Retirement prompts owners to sell Cedars Restaurant

Dave Mitcham has been in the restaurant business for 45 years. He says that’s enough. Mitcham and his wife, Darci, have put Cedars Restaurant on the market after owning it for 11 years. The asking price for their waterfront restaurant on Kennewick’s Clover Island Inn is $2.62 million. Rob Ellsworth and Scott Sautell of SVN/Retter […]

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Kris Lapp, I-3 Global

Kennewick small business named DOE Protégé of the Year

I-3 Global provides IT services to MSA Kris Lapp doesn’t know how to say no. “My willingness to say yes keeps things going,” said Lapp, 35, a Kamiakin High School graduate. “I’ve always said if ever presented an amazing opportunity, say, ‘Yes,’ and we’ll figure out how to do it later.” Because of this can-do […]

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Tri-City officials continue their efforts to convince an airline to provide a Pasco-to-Los Angeles flight. A coalition representing cities, counties, ports and businesses ponied up to offset the start-up costs for an airline last year. (Courtesy Tri-Cities Airport)

New Pasco-to-LAX flight remains in holding pattern

The proposed and much anticipated Pasco-to-Los Angeles flight first announced in 2015 hasn’t taken off yet. But local officials haven’t given up hope. “At this point we’re in a holding pattern,” said Carl Adrian, president and CEO of TRIDEC, with no pun intended. Adrian said the Tri-Cities is ready, but it’s just a matter of […]

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