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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.
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
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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
My city council did what? Some agencies broadcast meetings, some dona t
Mike Charboneau, Richland's cable communication coordinator, speaks with the Tri-City Herald about the city council being a broadcast pioneer. Mike Charboneau, Richland's cable communication coordinator, speaks with the Tri-City Herald about the city council being a broadcast pioneer.Good gravy! Second Harvest gives away 2,000 turkeys
Volunteers Ardette Sykes, right, and Elder Blake Shumway lift boxes of food that were handed out to families in need during the Second Harvest's second annual Turkey Drive and Distrubution at the Benton Franklin Fair Grounds in Kennewick on Saturday. Each of the 2,000 boxes that were given out contained a turkey plus ingredients for all the Thanksgiving fixin's.Kennewick police investigating bank robbery
Kennewick police confirm they're investigating a robbery, after reports of an incident at Gesa Credit Union on North Huntington Street around noon on Saturday. A department spokesman told the Herald at about 2 p.m. that the department would be releasing more information later in the day.He brought Skittles and condoms. The a teen girla brought a badge
An Idaho man has been indicted for allegedly traveling to the Tri-Cities to have sex with a 13-year-old girl. What Kenneth W. Allison did not realize is the girl he'd been chatting with through email and text messages actually was an undercover cop.Deputies arrest suspect in Benton City robbery
Seth R. Waliser, 24, allegedly went into the Just a Minit Mart at 5:28 p.m. Thursday. He pointed a silver-colored pistol at the clerk and demanded money.Crews battle raging fire at St. Louis warehouse
At least 80 firefighters are working to put out a five-alarm fire at a warehouse in St. Louis. According to KMOV.com, firefighters reported a partial collapse of the Park Warehouse Service shortly before noon on Wednesday.Get the freshest Christmas tree. Cut your own in the Blue Mountains
The Umatilla Forest Service is selling permits for $5 to cut a Christmas tree in the Blue Mountains. Buy them at Farmer's Exchange and Sportman's Warehouse in Kennewick or Columbia Grain & Feed in Pasco.Many hands make quick Thanksgiving work
Nearly 100 volunteers line up to assemble Thanksgiving meal boxes Thursday at the 2nd Harvest facility in Pasco. The 2,000 holiday meals are part of the nonprofit's second annual Turkey Drive online fundraiser.Kennewick Irrigation District members will be choosing a new board member during a Dec. 12 election.
Kennewick Councilman John Trumbo and retired engineer Raman Venkata of Richland are vying for a seat on the Kennewick Irrigation District Board in its December election. Instead, the KID board recommended - and the Benton County Commission approved - Jim Holmes, an engineer and charter member of the Red Mountain American Viticulture Area.Volunteers assemble 2nd Harvest Thanksgiving meal boxes
Jean Tucker of 2nd Harvest tells about a community volunteer effort to assemble 2,000 Thanksgiving meal boxes for free distribution on November 18 at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. Jean Tucker of 2nd Harvest tells about a community volunteer effort to assemble 2,000 Thanksgiving meal boxes for free distribution on November 18 at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick.Man dies after trucks barrels through Pasco home
Investigators suspect a medical emergency caused the Pasco driver to lose control of his Dodge Ram pickup as he was heading north on Convention Drive about 7 p.m. The truck gained speed and it barreled across Sandifur Parkway, narrowly missing two vehicles before it slammed through a brick wall, Pasco police said. It crossed a backyard and went through the master bedroom of a two-story home.The REACH Painted Piano honors Richland's Paul Mann
Adoptions will be celebrated at 3 p.m. Friday at the Benton County Justice Center in Kennewick as part of National Adoption Day. At least seven children are expected to become official members of their new families, like Romeo and Elias Sparks did in 2015 during a ceremony before now-retired Court Commissioner Joseph Schneider.Supreme Court: Washington school funding a not on tracka
The Washington Legislature went into overtime sessions this year to approve a plan to increase spending on K-12 public schools that allocates billions in new spending over the next four years. The state Supreme Court ruled it's not enough yet.At least 5 dead after Northern California shootings
At least five people are dead, including a suspected gunman said after a series of shootings outside an elementary school and multiple other locations in rural Northern California. Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said the suspect was randomly picking targets.Benton County Doesn't Want That Stinky, Nasty Weed Anywhere Nearby
Not everyone was on board with legal weed when Initiative 502 was passed in 2012-in fact, 56 percent of Benton County voters were against it . Now, the county wants an "emergency moratorium" on both possession and producing weed, leaving new growers and retail stores in the lurch .Our Voice: Do the right thing. Remove campaign signs, make your vote count
Driving around, passersby can spot the remnants of Halloween as well as the first splash of Christmas decorations in the same neighborhood. It makes for an amusing mishmash.
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