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Judge Cameron Mitchell resigns Benton-Franklin seat

Benton-Franklin Superior Court Judge Cameron Mitchell is resigning from the bench, effective March 11 after 18 years in office. Gov....
Jim Dillman, Richland architect emeritus, wants to take AIA Central Washington’s exhibit of the best of the region’s architecture to area libraries once it wraps up a yearlong exhibition at the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Architects put the spotlight on their best work

Sharp-eyed travelers with time to kill at the Tri-Cities Airport have always been bombarded with information about local sites. For...
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Tri-Cities boasts more engineers than state average

It will come as no surprise to readers that Benton and Franklin counties boast a high number of engineers. According...
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Q&A with Doug Mitchell

Doug Mitchell Principal MMEC Architecture and Interiors Doug Mitchell Number of employees you oversee: We have seven partners and a...
Kristi Thien, right, nutrition services director for Senior Life Resources Northwest, which operates Mid-Columbia Meals on Wheels, speaks during the dedication of a new building at its Richland campus while Nancy Aldrich, left, former board member, and David Sanford, center, current board president, look on. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Meals on Wheels dedicates new building, seeks help to restart deliveries

The new year brought good and bad for Mid-Columbia Meals on Wheels and its parent, Senior Life Resources Northwest. It...
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Start year on right financial foot by considering these 5 strategies

What a spectacular end to 2021 – the parties, the fireworks, Covid-19 omicron surges. Perhaps as an alternative to New...
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McCurley buys Yakima Subaru dealership

By Michael Samson Yakima Valley Business Times McCurley Integrity Dealerships of the Tri-Cities recently bought the Stewart Subaru dealership in...
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State schools superintendent gives state of K-12 education

Chris Reykdal State schools Superintendent Chris Reykdal recently provided an update on Washington’s K-12 public education...
Ed and Moe’s Pawn Shop & Guitar Bar owner Russel Del Gesso, center, and employees Jay Valdez, left, and Lalo Ruiz, right, don’t run your average pawn shop. Their passion is for musical equipment. The shop is at 419 W. Entiat Ave., Suite C, in Kennewick. (Photo by Laura Kostad)

Tri-Cities’ own pawn stars find niche in musical equipment

In the market for music equipment? Ed and Moe’s Pawn Shop & Guitar Bar is a store you’ll want to...
Owner Matt Ulrich stands in front of the 300 tanks at Finatics Tropical Fish, 
1374 Jadwin Ave. in the Uptown Shopping Center in Richland. Plans are underway to expand the store to welcome more pets. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Demand for pandemic pets feeds Richland shop’s success

Matt Ulrich owns a dog, two turtles, two tortoises and a couple of fish tanks at home. “I have fewer...

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