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Young entrepreneur gives new retail life to old sneakers, sports clothing

By Jeff Morrow for TCAJOB When Travis Higbee first started collecting foot bling as a teenager, it didn’t take long...

Conference Call: Are farmers markets and produce stands an asset to the community?

Asked if the farmers markets and produce stands benefited the community, “definitely” was the unanimous answer of several vendors and...
Adam Cabrey, John Joseph Jr., Stephen Erlenbush, Phillip Todd, Levi Staley, Keith Thornhill, Warren Fogg and Matt Hodge pull on the regional trophy, while the guys who attacked the Cyber Hawks' database during the competition tug back in jest.

CBC places seventh in national cyber security competition

Levi Staley has always had a knack for technology. In high school, he decided to turn a profit from his...
A youngster fishes for rubber ducks while another maneuvers her bike through an obstacle course at the first Friends of Sacajawea State Park community gathering. Photo courtesy of Randy Kirkbride.

Family-friendly events planned at Sacajawea State Park

Sacajawea State Park’s serene beauty will be a bit livelier in June as two groups hold popular annual events there...
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Magic Camp takes mystery and fear out of construction careers for young girls

Dressed in pink shirts and pink hard hats, an engaged group of high school girls looked steadily focused on the...
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Downtown Diner opens in Historic Downtown Kennewick

After a short stint as Thai eatery, followed by a Mexican restaurant, the former O’Henry’s in Historic Downtown Kennewick is...
Titan Champions from Richland High School.  Pictured from Left to Right – Back Row: Amy Basche, WRPS, Nathan Morgan, WRPS, Robert Plemmons, WRPS and Danielle Jelinek, RHS; Front Row (RHS students) – Melinda Merrill, Hannah Oldson, Jossalyne Medina, Steele Roberts, and Shandra Creech.

Student executives make critical business decisions in Junior Achievement High Tech Business Challenge

Melinda Merrill is only 15, but she already knows exactly what to do when her company faces danger of bankruptcy...
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Compass DMS wins top spot at Tri-Cities Launch Weekend

Compass DMS, a software company that creates solutions for small- to mid-sized auto dealers, won top honors at Launch Weekend...
Kennewick attorney Fran Forgette presented Columbia Center manager Barbara Johnson with the 2016 Tri-Citian of the Year award during the annual Tri-Citian of the Year banquet in April at the Three Rivers Convention Center. Johnson is the 47th person to receive the honor.

Columbia Center manager named 2016 Tri-Citian of the Year

For nearly three decades, Barbara Johnson, the manager of Columbia Center mall, has been giving back to the Tri-Cities. And...
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Association of Washington Business Hosts Outreach Tour

The Association of Washington Business launches a 15-city statewide small business listening tour in May in Vancouver. The tour, which...

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