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Q&A with Eric Eisinger

Benton County Prosecuting Attorney Number of employees you oversee: As the Benton County prosecuting attorney, I oversee 63 employees, including 32 criminal and civil deputy prosecutors. Where did you go…


AG proposes legislative reforms to protect data privacy

Statewide data breaches remain at record-breaking levels, prompting the state Attorney General to propose legislative reforms to protect data privacy. In 2022, 4.5 million data breach notices were sent to…


Legal Aid Society honors attorneys who give back

The Benton Franklin Legal Aid Society honored an attorney and a legal technician with its highest awards for their service to the community in 2022. The legal aid society is…

(Courtesy Ben Franklin Transit)

Ben Franklin Transit plans new office at Richland Wye

Ben Franklin Transit is preparing to construct a new two-story operations center at its campus on Columbia Park Trail, near the Richland Wye. The transit agency submitted plans for review…

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Networking – January 2023

To submit a promotion, new hire, award or donation, go to: DONATIONS The Hanford Vit Plant team donated $22,000 in toys and cash to local the U.S. Marine Corps…


Real Estate & Construction Briefs – January 2023

Riverside Panda Express plan gains steam in Richland Millennium Construction Group submitted plans to demolish the former Richland Red Robin building, 924 George Washington Way, on Dec. 22. The application…

Barnard Griffin’s new Woodinville tasting room features a bar front, chandeliers and fused-glass installations designed and produced by winery co-owner Deborah Barnard. It’s located at 17401 133rd Ave., Suite 1008, in The Schoolhouse District’s wine row area. (Courtesy Barnard Griffin)

Richland winery opens second satellite tasting room

About a year after opening its first satellite tasting room in Vancouver, Washington, Barnard Griffin has opened a second one in Woodinville. The grand opening for the 1,405-square-foot tasting room…


Voters to consider school funding requests on February ballot

Benton and Franklin counties will mail ballots in late January for a series of school funding requests that, if approved, will affect local property taxes. Ballots must be returned or…


Trails, wind farms, cattle lot upgrades in planning stages 

Documents filed under Washington’s environmental review process reveal a list of projects in the works for the Mid-Columbia. The State Environmental Review Act, or SEPA, often provides the first look…

A rendering shows what Darigold Inc.’s $600 million milk-processing plant will look like in north Pasco. (Courtesy Darigold Inc.)

Port receives $3.6 million to extend tracks to plant

The Port of Pasco has secured $3.6 million to extend railroad tracks to the future Darigold Inc. processing plant now under construction at Reimann Industrial Park near Highway 395. U.S.…

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