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Top Properties – November 2020

Top property values listed start at $500,000 and have been rounded to the nearest hundred figure. Property values are public record and can be found by visiting the county assessor’s office. BENTON COUNTY 108133 217 PR SE, Kennewick, 3,782-square-foot single-family home. Price: $885,000. Buyer: Ryan S. & Amanda R. Renslow. Seller: Bruce & Tina Jensen.…

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Building Permits – November 2020

Building permit values have been rounded to the nearest hundred figure. BENTON COUNTY Lineage Logistics, 224905 Bowles Road, $20,000 for commercial addition. Contractor: Elite Construction & Development. Washington State University, 64899 Bofer Canyon Road, $35,000 for antenna/tower. Contractor: Legacy Communications. FRANKLIN COUNTY O’Neal Land Inc., 700 Muse Road, $1.2 million new commercial. Contractor: H&H Steel…

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Business Licenses – November 2020

KENNEWICK GNB Global Inc., 941 Katy Freeway, Houston, Texas. Nexvortex Inc., 510 Spring St., Ste. 250, Herndon, Virginia. North Cascades Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., 14531 Highway 97, A, Entiat. Romm Construction Inc., 731 S. Oregon Ave., Pasco. Horse Heaven Construction Inc., 34704 S. Hanon Road. Real Centric Solutions LLC, 2563 Tiger Lane, Richland. M2…


Judgments – November 2020

The state can file lawsuits against people or businesses that do not pay taxes, resulting in a judgment against property that person or business owns. Judgments are filed in Benton and Franklin Superior Court. The following is from the Franklin County Superior Court Clerk’s Office. Alex B. Najera, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Oct.…

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Liquor Licenses – November 2020

Information provided by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. BENTON COUNTY APPLICATIONS Hacienda Benton City Family Restaurant, 1002 Grace Ave., Benton City. License type: spirits/beer/wine restaurant service bar. Application type: new. Carniceria La Cabana #3, 4311 W. Clearwater Ave., Suite 110, Kennewick. License type: grocery store-beer/wine; direct shipment receiver-in/out WA; spirits retailer. Application type:…

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Marijuana Licenses – November 2020

Marijuana licenses for Benton and Franklin counties are public record and are obtained from the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. BENTON COUNTY APPROVED Three Rivers Cannabis LLC, 33907 S. Gerards Road, Suite A, Kennewick. License type: marijuana producer tier 2. Application type: added fees. Sweet Dream Gardens LLC, 234805 E. Straightbank Road, Suite G,…

Business Updates

Business Updates – November 2020

MOVED Saddle Mountain Home has moved to 6001 W. Deschutes Ave., #605, Kennewick. Tri-City Engineers has moved to 3801 W. Van Giesen St., West Richland. CLOSED Cascade Sign & Apparel at 315 Wellsian Way in Richland has closed.  

Tri-Cities Cancer Center

Kadlec, Tri-Cities Cancer Center commit to ‘brand’

Kadlec Regional Medical Center and the Tri-Cities Cancer Center have committed to maintaining the cancer center as a distinct entity following a tumultuous year that saw Lourdes and Trios withdraw as owner/partners of the cancer care center after they were acquired by a for-profit medical company.  


Q&A with Thomas Henick-Kling

WSU Viticulture & Enology ProgramDirector, WSU Viticulture & Enology Program Number of employees you oversee: 11 faculty, 4 staff Brief background ofyour organization: The WSU Viticulture & Enology (V&E) Program provides educational opportunities for those interested in grape growing and winemaking. We offer undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees as well as online certificate programs to…

Viticulture and enology students engage in research at the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center. A grant from the Paul Lauzier Charitable Foundation will expand capacity for undergraduate research through the center’s planned Life Sciences Teaching Lab. (Courtesy WSU Tri-Cities)

Grant helps support WSU Wine Science Center teaching lab

A gift from the Paul Lauzier Charitable Foundation is delivering much-needed space and equipment for hands-on student learning at Washington State University’s Wine Science Center in north Richland. Named for the late Washington farmer and entrepreneur Paul Lauzier, the foundation, which supports a range of causes including community development, education, health, and agriculture, chose to…

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