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Pasco school officials are seeing good results from a program loaning iPads to elementary students this summer, though far fewer students participated than expected.
Four Mid-Columbia soldiers with the 455th Engineering Company Reserve unit returned to the Tri-Cities Friday after a year-long deployment to Afghanistan.
David Morgan, who applied to open a recreational marijuana store in downtown Pasco, saw his license request rejected this week after the state changed its mind on whether a downtown plaza really is a park.
Students at Jefferson Elementary School won't have to bring a lunch box or ask parents for lunch money when school starts this fall.
Race fans line the Pasco shore of the Columbia River for the last day of Water Follies on July 31. Kai-Huei Yau/Tri-City Herald #1 A change in rules for pop-up canopies on the Pasco side of the Columbia River at Water Follies is keeping some people away.
From sea to air.... Water Follies is not just about the boats. There is also the the HAPO Over the River Air Show.
Members of the Tri-Cities' Fraternal Order of Police demand a consolidated 911 system for Benton and Franklin Counties in a letter sent to local law enforcement leaders.
An expected strong return of 200,000-plus upriver bright fall chinook headed for the Hanford Reach area of the Columbia River has allowed state Fish and Wildlife managers to boost the daily catch limit.
A seminar about how to care for your feet and prevent injuries is planned from 6:30 to 8 p.m. today at Oasis Physical Therapy, 6825 Burden Blvd., Suite D, Pasco.
The Pasco City Council voted 6-1 Monday evening to ban recreational and medical marijuana businesses in the city limits.
Members of the public may donate new or gently used school supplies to any of the following locations: Key Bank, Sterling Bank, Yakima Federal Savings, Bank Reale, Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Associated Brokers, Banner Bank, U.S. Bank, Columbia River Bank, Windermere Real Estate, Three Rivers Family Medicine, Shopko and Fred Meyer.
Benton County Commissioner Shon Small is looking to defend his District 2 seat against two challengers in the Aug. 5 primary election.
Pasco News, Events & Info
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 12:05 am
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