Trios Southridge Hospital

Trios explores possible partnership with Tennessee-based health care system

Kennewick hospital system also considering enhanced relationship with UW Medicine Trios Health is exploring a relationship with a Tennessee-based health care system and UW Medicine that could reorganize the troubled Kennewick Public Hospital District’s existing rent and debt obligations to provide long-term viability. Trios and RCCH HealthCare Partners, based in Brentwood, Tennessee, already are working […]

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Michigan provost selected as CBC’s new president

The Columbia Basin College Board of Trustees has selected Rebekah Woods of Jackson, Michigan, as the new president of Columbia Basin College.  Woods becomes the first woman and the sixth president in the 62-year history of the Pasco college. She begins her duties in November. Woods has served as the provost at Jackson College in […]

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N-95 masks

Trios offering free masks today while supplies last

Trios Health is reaching into its emergency supplies to provide free N-95 masks to the community because of the continued poor air quality. The mask will be distributed beginning at 1 p.m. today, Friday, Sept. 8. While supplies last, community members may pick up one mask per person at these Trios Health locations: Trios Women’s […]

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More than 500 people participated in last year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Clover Island in Kennewick. This year’s event, which is Oct. 15, has moved to Columbia Park to accommodate the growing number of walkers. (Courtesy Leslie Woodfill of Alzheimer’s Association)

Poor air quality postpones Kennewick Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Unhealthy air conditions have pushed back the eighth annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s until Oct. 15. The walk had been scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 9 in Columbia Park in Kennewick. The three-mile walk is one of 16 walks throughout Washington and northern Idaho. It starts at the band shell. The national nonprofit Alzheimer’s Association expects […]

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Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory Director Liyuan Liang, right, shares a laugh with former EMSL Director Thom Dunning during a two-day celebration earlier this month recognizing 20 years of scientific achievements at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland. (Courtesy PNNL) 

EMSL celebrates 20 years of scientific achievement

A unique user facility in Richland that has helped scientists around the world shape their ideas and find answers to some of the most challenging scientific questions celebrated two decades of achievement this month. Scientists, community leaders and others gathered Aug. 3-4 to celebrate the first 20 years of the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, or EMSL. […]

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Columbia Basin College

CBC narrows presidential search to three candidates

Three finalists seeking to serve as the president of Columbia Basin College are scheduled to visit the campus this month for interviews with students, staff and the college’s Board of Trustees. They are seeking to fill the position formerly held by Rich Cummins, who resigned as president of the college in March after 27 years […]

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Bankruptcies

Bankruptcies — August 2017

Bankruptcies are filed under the following chapter headings: Chapter 7 — Straight Bankruptcy: debtor gives up non-exempt property and debt is charged. Chapter 11 — Allows companies and individuals to restructure debts to repay them. Chapter 12 — Allows family farmers to restructure finances to avoid liquidation for foreclosure. Chapter 13 — Plan is devised […]

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Top Properties

Top Properties — August 2017

BENTON COUNTY   5100 W. 18th Ave., Kennewick, 2,665-square-foot, single-family home. Price: $429,000. Buyer: Kari Angeil-Petersen. Seller: Troy & Amy Ayres. Clearwater Ave., Kennewick, 5 commercial properties. Price: @1,245,000. Buyer: Ritchie Properties LLC. Seller: Sparks Family Rentals LLC. 2308 W. 51st Ave., Kennewick, 2,203-square-foot, single-family home. Price; $507,400. Buyer: Julio & Judith Rodriguez. Seller: Prodigy […]

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Judgments

Judgments — August 2017

The state can file lawsuits against people or businesses that do not pay taxes and then get 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. Dominick S. Furino, unpaid Employment Security taxes filed July […]

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Business Licenses

Business Licenses — August 2017

  At press time, business licenses were not available for the city of Kennewick and Pasco. RICHLAND Anderson Roofing Co., 5885 NW Saint Helens Road, Portland, Oregon. Avent, 2211 S. 47th St., Phoenix, Arizona. Sound Solutions Northwest, 450 N. Quay St., Suite A., Kennewick. Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, 713 Jadwin Ave. Northwest Engineering […]

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