Tri-Cities Will See, Feel F-35 Jet This Summer
Spokane Teachers Credit Union has stepped up to become the Over the River Airshow sponsor
Cars and Caffeine Come Together in Pasco Saturday
"Tri-Cities Cars and Caffeine" will take place again tomorrow
Tri Cities Golfers get ready for the Links
It's that time of year that golfers are getting a little bit anxious about going out to play.
Ziply Uses Cable Bridge From Kennewick to Pasco
Lanes Closed on Cable Bridge While driving over the Cable Bridge Wednesday I noticed construction crews on the bridge and a couple of lanes were closed. We had not received anything from the Washington State Department of Transportation about any upcoming maintenance or construction, so it was time to investigate...
Are Zombies on the Way to Washington State?
Is Washington Prepared to Quell Zombie Apocalypse? Do you have an emergency food supply stashed in the cellar? Weapons at the ready? A new Insuranks survey is tracking which states are gearing up for the onslaught of the living dead. Washington is in the bottom half When it comes to having emergency foodstuffs, water, and weapons at the ready, Washington State is ranked at number 35 in prepping
Historic Kennewick Brew Pub Closes For The Last Time
Ice Harbor Brewing was an early entry into what has become a constantly growing craft beer segment
Kennewick Now Installing Amazing Water Meters
Kennewick Modernizing its Meters It is a major city-wide endeavor. Kennewick water meters are going hi-tech. It is designed to not only replace the aging meters (pictured below) but also assist water users better manage their water use. New Meters "talk" to the City With the new "Smart" meters the City no longer needs to actually physically check each meter or try to estimate w
Colorful Painted Ponies on the Prowl in Prosser
Why are there so many painted ponies in Prosser?
This Tri-Cities Park Features an Amazing Nuclear Submarine Sail
The sail is now part of the Port of Benton park in north Richland
Number One Reuben in Tri-Cities is Mouthwatering
In my search for the best, most flavorful entry in the Tri-Cities, I believe there is a clear number 1