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The city of Richland, Washington is located in the southeastern part of the state. It is known as one of the Tri-Cities of Washington, the other two being Pasco and Kennewick. Richland maintains several parks, many of which are located along the Columbia and Yakima Rivers which provide several outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, kayaking and waterfowl hunting. Notable residents have included science fiction author Orson Scott Card (Ender's Game, Speaker for the Dead) and actress Sharon Tate (Valley of the Dolls, Mr. Ed, The Beverly Hillbillies).
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
Local Sports Teams: Tri-City Americans (WHL) Tri-City Dust Devils Tri-Cities Fever
Local Colleges: Washington State University
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Towns/Cities near richland, washington : Kennewick Pasco Benton City Burbank Finley
Evergreen school chief John Deeder retires
This spring and summer for Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent John Deeder have and will continue to be, like for the district's students, full of lasts. Deeder, 70, will retire this summer after 48 years in education, 11 of those as the district's superintendent.Video: Toddler's memory honored at Richland Library
Family and friends gather to honor David Schreiber at the Richland Library. Jennifer Schreiber, David's mother, unveiled three interactive panels and two activity tables in the children's area.Short on cash? Check with Richland police
Someone's cash flow has taken a serious hit, but they have yet to reach out to Richland police to recover their lost money. A Ben Franklin Transit bus driver discovered "a large amount of cash" Thursday afternoon on Keene Road in south Richland.Pascoa s 6th graders may be headed back to middle school
Pasco School District is considering at bond that would include a new middle school, along with a plan to move the sixth grade out of the elementary schools. Pasco School District is considering at bond that would include a new middle school, along with a plan to move the sixth grade out of the elementary schools.Richland to close streets for Cool Desert Nights
Richland will close several streets in connection with Cool Desert Nights, the classic car, street rod and motorcycle event centered around Uptown Shopping Center and George Washington Way. Cars left overnight on the George Washington Way side of the shopping center's parking lot will be towed Saturday morning.Tri-City metal band The Drip plans show Saturday in Kennewick
The 33-year-old Richland man plays guitar in The Drip, a Tri-City-based metal band singed to Relapse Records. When it comes to metal music "there's definitely a stigma, but you have to look beyond that to the speed, the technicality of it," Mansfield said.Credit card scam suspect caught coming out of Richland store
Richland police arrested Shaun R. Bailey, 45, of Mountlake Terrace, as he was walking out of a Richland store Wednesday. Pasco police first asked for the public's help identifying a man they described as slick.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.W. Richland nurse sent to federal prison for downloading 1,400 child porn photos
A West Richland man caught with hundreds of downloaded images of child pornography said Tuesday he won't do it again because of how it's affected his family. "Your honor, I deeply regret this, and sorry that it's happened," said Ruddell, dressed in a brown jail jumpsuit.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.Eat All About It: How a dramatic a Koreana dessert is smoking the Tri-Cities
Megan Mugumya and her mother, Bonnie Brown, have long entertained themselves coming up with fun ideas for businesses, typically accompanied by a reason it wouldn't work. So when Mugumya sampled an unusual new dessert while visiting her sister in California, she knew she had to bring it home to Richland.Richland joins hunt for Tri-City credit card scammer
Pasco police initially shared information late last week about a man who used eight stolen credit cards at Pasco's Walmart to buy gift cards. The credit card information was likely swiped using a "skimmer," Pasco police said.Richland parents honor toddlera s spirit after tragedy
The Schreiber family of Richland took a trip to Seattle last summer before David, 2, died in July. Now his parents, Jennifer and Dan Schreiber, are unveiling three interactive panels and two activity tables at the Richland Public Library as a memorial.West Richland Police Department suits up in new ballistic vests
WEST RICHLAND, Wash.- The men and women of the West Richland Police Department are donning new ballistic vests, offering more comfort and function than the ones they wore in the past. The vests weigh about 30 pounds and cost $300 each.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.
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