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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.
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99336 99337 99338
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Hawthorne students are sentence structure surgeons
Students in Heather Huisingh's second-grade dual language classroom at Hawthorne Elementary School became sentence structure surgeons for a classroom lesson. Huisingh started the hands-on lesson a the Kennewick school last year.Flu pounding Tri-City schools, filling hospitals
Tri-City hospitals and emergency rooms are getting slammed by the flu and many schools also are taking a hit. All the victims were adults and at higher risk because of factors such as age and/or underlying medical conditions, the Benton-Franklin Health District reported.Eat All About It: Whata s a Twisted Elvis? A new Tri-City restaurant has the answer
Melissa Brito, center, is fronting the new IDK Restaurant at 355 W. Columbia Drive in Kennewick for the owners, Jose Brito and Germen Alvarez. The restaurant opened Monday.Haler a fixa would have cut voters out of sales tax decisions
A bill that would have stripped away the power of voters to OK or reject sales tax increases for things like a performing arts or convention centers is being rewritten. Just two days after the start of the 2018 Legislature, Rep. Larry Haler was already retooling his bill intended to make it easier for regional public facilities districts to develop projects.Teen jailed in Kennewick store robbery
Sgt. Ken Lattin of the Kennewick Police Department releases details and a description of a robber that stole candy and cash at gunpoint from the City Market in Kennewick. Sgt. Ken Lattin of the Kennewick Police Department releases details and a description of a robber that stole candy and cash at gunpoint from the City Market in Kennewick.CPR performed on accident victim
Kennewick police officer Cory McGee releases preliminary information about a single vehicle collision at the intersection of West Clearwater Avenue and Steptoe Drive. Kennewick police officer Cory McGee releases preliminary information about a single vehicle collision at the intersection of West Clearwater Avenue and Steptoe Drive.Hermiston doctor helps man at Kennewick crash
An doctor likely wasn't expecting to manage a medical emergency in the middle of a Kennewick road Tuesday morning. A middle-aged man driving a white Chevy Suburban had a medical issue when he veered off course during a left turn from Clearwater Avenue onto Steptoe street about 7:30 a.m., Kennewick police Officer Cory McGee said.Home-grown recreational pot limits considered by Washington House - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 PST
Washington could follow other states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use and allow residents to grow a limited number of plants at home, but such a law might be hard to enforce, a House committee was told Monday. The House is considering a bill that allow Washington residents to grow as many as six marijuana plants for recreational use in their home and have up to 24 ounces of the drug on hand.What would you do if you thought a missile was headed your way? A Kennewick family found out
The Conrads of Kennewick were vacationing in Hawaii when they received an emergency alert warning of an inbound ballistic missile. It ended up being a false alarm.School employee is accused of luring a student into a relationship with her husband
Roy David Farber, left, talks with defense attorney Michael Vander Sys before arraignment Friday afternoon in Benton County Superior Court in Kennewick, Washington. Farber, 31, is charged with five sex crimes for his alleged relationship with a young teen.Check out this year's winner of the MLK Spirit Award
Check out this years MLK Spirit Award winner. The recipient will be awarded at Columbia Basin College during the 27th annual Martin Luther King Jr. bell-ringing ceremony.Performing arts in the Tri-Cities are about to get squeezed
Battelle says it's going to end public use of its auditorium in part because too many people want to use it. "We cannot accommodate all the requests and we don't want to be in a position where we tell some community groups they can use it, but others they cannot," Greg Koller, Battelle spokesman, said in a statement.Bystanders stop woman's suicide attempt in Kennewick
In this Monday, Jan. 8, 2018 photo, Davion Campbell, left, and his sister, Kyliyah Davis pose on the Kennewick, Wash., side of the Columbia River. The pair stopped a woman Sunday night from trying to kill herself by jumping from the cable bridge into the frigid Columbia River.Prison guard and his wife charged with luring Kennewick student for sex
Roy David Farber, left, talks with defense attorney Michael Vander Sys before arraignment Friday afternoon in Benton County Superior Court in Kennewick. Farber, 31, is charged with five sex crimes for his alleged relationship with a young teen.Adeline Fredin, protector of tribal culture and history, dies
Adeline Fredin, a former director of the Colville Tribal History and Archaeology Department who played a key role in getting the remains of the Ancient One returned to the tribes, died Jan. 7. She was 83. "She was a fierce protector of our history and culture. She fought for it from her heart," said Colville Tribal Chairman Mike Marchand.Latest a hiccupa wona t slow Kennewicka s new wine village
Bart Fawbush, owner and winemaker of Bartholomew Winery, moves his first load of filled wine barrels into the Port of Kennewick's new Columbia Gardens Wine and Artisan Village facility. Fawbush, who is relocating from Seattle, expects to open the new tasting room in December.Driver runs red light; Highway 395 crash injures 1
Kent C. Burnham, 55, of Walla Walla, was heading north on the highway as he approached 27th Avenue in a Saturn SL at 5:10 p.m. on Wednesday, the Washington State Patrol said. He ran a red light as he turned onto 27th Avenue and hit a Mistsubishi Galant heading south on the highway.
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