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An interesting controversy has surrounded Kennewick in its quest to be the Slurpee Capital of the World. The international title has been held by Winnipeg, Canada, for some years and Kennewick mounted their effort to be recognized. Although Winnipeg is the urban market area with sales of the highest number of "cups on average per store," Kennewick led the world in Slurpee sales dollars and number of cups sold for 2008.

Population: 67180
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Local Colleges: Washington State University Tri-Cities

Zip Codes associated with kennewick, washington: 99336 99337 99338
Towns/Cities near kennewick, washington : Pasco Burbank Richland Finley Highland Benton City

Kennewick News
Master Gardeners Solstice in the Garden event is June 24

The Master Gardeners fourth annual Solstice in the Garden is 3 to 6 p.m. June 24 at the Demonstration Garden, 1620 S. Union St., Kennewick. This year's theme is Lewis and Clark's Journey of Discovery.

Running for office? Watch where you post your signs

Campaign signs line the roundabout at 27th Avenue and Union Street in Kennewick. Signs aren't allowed on public property in Kennewick.

Sheriffa s candidate plans Richland fundraiser

Ken Lattin, candidate for Benton Count Sheriff, plans a meet-the-candidate forum 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Bookwalter Winery, 894 Tulip Lane, Richland. Lattin is a sergeant in the Kennewick Police Department who is running against Jerry Hatcher, the former Benton County Undersheriff.

Manager files complaint against PNNL with DOE Office of Inspector General

PNNL manager Aleta Busselman makes a statement about the whistleblower complaint she filed with her attorney Jack Sheridan against the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Busselman is accusing the contractor operating the Richland lab of retaliation after she refused to change a report that blamed lab management for a $530,000 theft of government money.

Woman accused of child rape wanted by Kennewick police

Police began hunting for Samantha L.R. Small, 24, also known as Samantha Proffitt, after she failed to appear for a court hearing related to a charge of second-degree child rape, said Crime Stoppers of Tri-Cities. Small is 5-foot-3, 140 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

Hot Tri-City construction season drives down unemployment

Roofers work on one of the buildings at the Port of Kennewick's new Columbia Gardens Urban Wine & Artisan Village on east Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The Port expects to open the village to its two winery tenants in late August.

Head over heels for United Way

Charlie Arntz, a city of Kennewick employee, slides on his chest in the grass Tuesday after racing through a bounce house obstacle course. Arntz was trying to beat the best time of another city worker during the city's United Way campaign kick-off barbecue at Keewaydin Park.

Tri-City summer camps for kids 2017

Summer is here and you and your kids will be looking for fun summer activities. Here are some camps offered in the area: Thrive Creative Dance is holding creative dance camps in local parks.

Fateful phone call left mother in disbelief

Kim Meline is suing the state and Western State Hospital for releasing her son Jonathan from involuntary commitment before he murdered his father in October, 2012. She describes her shock when she first received a phone call from the hospital that her son, who suffered from acute paranoid schizophrenia, was due to be released in January 2012.

Dialed In: Pasco Mayor Matt Watkins has love of public services and of adventure

He's a Hanford contractor cubicle-dweller by day and a public servant by night - and most days, too. Pasco Mayor Matt Watkins is the truest form of a Tri-Citian: he was born and raised in the region and grew up to have a deep love of all three cities and for adventure.

Week in photos June 18-24, 2017

July 19, 2017 - Kathryn and Cameron Mills show their creative side as they prepare for the opening of their art gallery, called Candy Gallery, on June 23 in downtown Kennewick. Their space at 5 S. Dayton St. will feature a variety of fiber arts, painting and sculptures.

Perennial St. Joea s principal puts aside title for the last time

Kathleen Cleary dedicated her life to Catholic schools. After spending 26 years as a teacher and the emergency principal at St. Joseph's in Kennewick, she is retiring.

Cruise ship stroke victim in Canadian waters gets airlifted to Port Angeles

A U. S. Coast Guard helicopter aircrew from Port Angeles airlifted a passenger from the cruise ship MS Amsterdam off the coast of Tofino, British Columbia, June 18, 2017. A tense afternoon at The Evergreen State College campus Thursday ended before 8 p.m. with just one man arrested for disorderly conduct.

At the new Candy Gallery in downtown Kennewick, youa ll find art a " and maybe inspiration

Kathryn and Cameron Mills show their creative side as they prepare for the opening of their art gallery, called Candy Gallery, on June 23 in downtown Kennewick. Their space at 5 S. Dayton St. will feature a variety of fiber arts, painting and sculptures.

Retiring Kennewick principal leaves a legacy at school district

Bruce Cannard poses with a group of fourth-grade dual language students in Diane Fuentes' classroom at Edison Elementary, because they were skeptical when he told them at recess he was being photographed for a news story. Bruce Cannard poses with a group of fourth-grade dual language students in Diane Fuentes' classroom at Edison Elementary, because they were skeptical when he told them at recess he was being photographed for a news story.

Kennewick woman brings a Voices of Hopea to Maasai girls

The nonprofit Voices of Hope helps young Maasai women in Kenya pursue higher education and escape female genital mutilation and forced marriage. The photo shows girls in leadership training through the nonprofit.

Inattentive driver cited for wreck that injured two in Kennewick

A Richland woman was cited for negligent driving after causing a three car wreck on Highway 240 near Columbia Center Boulevard Friday evening. The Washington State Patrol blamed driver inattention for the wreck, which occurred in the eastbound lanes of Highway 240, just east of the Columbia Center Boulevard interchange at 8:25 p.m. The state patrol said Tammy N. Hammitt-Jackson, 25, of Richland, collided with vehicles driven by Christopher C. Medina, 30, of Hermiston, and Maucimino Manuel, 48, of Kennewick.

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