Horse Heaven wind farm project offers few benefits for Tri-City economy

By Markus Stauffer and Richard Gerlitz The Horse Heaven Hills wind farm project planned by Scout Clean Energy (Tri-Cities Area...

The remaking of Washington has begun

When will the pandemic end? It’s the question we’re all asking, but aside from adhering to official guidance around social...

Offering forum for civil discourse defines group’s mission

It was Dec. 13, 2007, when then Kennewick police Chief Marc Harden and his wife, Deana, invited Tri-City Herald editorial...

Stop using ‘free’ to describe products, services

To the editor: The Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business should discontinue use of the word “free” when referring to products...

Interior opens 4 million acres of federal land to public use

Hunters, fishers, and farmers are the original conservationists. Growing up in Central Washington, I have been surrounded by agriculture my...

Washington lawmakers shouldn’t put off dealing with state budget issues

When the coronavirus swept our state this year, Washingtonians got to work. Employers adapted and kept critical supplies flowing to...

Badger Club: Discussing the issues that shape our future

We’re delighted! Our new partnership with the Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business will be an important part of our shared...

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