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WSU Tri-Cities creating new computer science training program for teachers

New program receives financial support from OSPI, PNNL Washington State University Tri-Cities plans to develop a program to train teachers in computer science. The program received a $49,000 grant from the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and a matching contribution from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland. Currently, there is no teaching […]

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Artfetti's macarons

Macaron mania keeps Kennewick bakery’s business booming

Artfetti moves away from custom cakes to focus on petite sweets The demand for Artfetti’s delectable macarons has prompted the small Kennewick bakery to expand its offerings. “Some days we sell out by 4 p.m.,” said co-owner José Garcia, who opened Artfetti with his wife, Silvia, in June 2016. Not to be confused with macaroons, the […]

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Members of the Tri-City Country Club voted unanimously in early October to turn over day-to-day operations of running the club and par-65 golf course to a group of 21 people called Save the Club. Plans include renaming the Kennewick club, opening the restaurant to the public and reducing rates to attract more golfers.

Zintel Creek Golf Club seeks old photographs of country club

Zintel Creek Golf Club, formerly the Tri-City County Club, is holding a cocktail party and silent auction to celebrate its history and future on Nov. 18. There will be a silent auction for an assortment of country club memorabilia. Organizers are seeking old photographs from the 79 years of events held at the club. These photos will […]

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Former Tri-City real estate manager to appear on CNBC series

A former Tri-City man will appear on CNBC’s new primetime series, “The Job Interview” on Nov. 15. Paul Roy, a longtime Tri-City resident who landed his dream job in his dream location of Kauai, Hawaii, will appear on the show. Roy, who previously worked as the manager of Coldwell Banker Tomlinson in Kennewick and Lewiston, […]

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