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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
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

Kennewick News
Wealth magazine is really, really, really high on Tri-Cities

No matter how you slice it, Kennewick is a pretty great place to retire according to Kiplinger, a wealth-focused magazine. Kennewick has made its its way into the rotation of communities featured in the magazine's ongoing "Best Places to Retire" series.

Herea s why Lamb Westona s news is good for the Mid-Columbia

Lamb Weston Holdings Inc. will pay a quarterly dividend of 19.1 cents per share on Aug 31, an increase over the 18.7 cents it paid in the same period of 2017. It employs more than 4,500 people in the Mid-Columbia at its network of processing plants and warehouses as well a corporate office in Kennewick.

This homeless woman says she can't get the help she needs. - I'm not really that far gone.'

For a select group of teachers each year, Honeywell presents the chance to get closer to space than you might think possible. It's all in the name of promoting more STEM education in schools across the world.

2 Tri-City women hurt in I-82 crash

Kimberly A. Fouraker, 53, of Kennewick, drifted into the left lane of the freeway in a Toyota Highlander about 10 p.m., the Washington State Patrol said. No one covers what is happening in our community better than we do.

Tri-Cities was a a war zonea this Fourth of July. Was it a dangerous experiment?

But we understand why Pasco city officials decided this year to lift its 22-year ban on the "safe and sane" fireworks that residents can set off in their driveways. Officials hoped that scrapping it would allow them to focus on people lighting the most illegal types - those that soar in the air and have the greatest risk of fire or injury.

This longtime Kennewick cop is a model for police chiefs. He's celebrating 40 years on the job

No matter what Ken Hohenberg has done while on duty at the Kennewick Police Department, he's never had a bad day at work. "I've had challenges over the years, and I've had disappointments, but I've never had a bad day, because I've always been able to have something happen that is good, that has made a difference," he said.

Pizza, pancakes and tapas. 3 new restaurants open in Richland

Kim and Angie Pandelides have opened New York's Bocca Felice at 1308 Lee Boulevard in Richland, next to the closed Albertsons. Angie Pandelides said she and her partner hope to draw on Eatz's tradition of serving New York-style pizza to overcome a challenging location.

For the new Miss Tri-Cities, glamor isna t on the radar

The 19-year-old Kennewick woman practically has pageants in her blood - she grew up attending the annual Miss Tri-Cities with her mom and grandma, who did the choreography for the show for years. And then Reagan and her twin sister, Paige, got involved, both competing in - and winning - Miss Tri-Cities Outstanding Teen.

Redmond Appoints New COO and Planning Director

Redmond Mayor John Marchione has announced the appointment of Maxine Whattam as the City's new Chief Operating Officer and Erika Vandenbrande as the new Planning Director. Whattam started with the City of Redmond in March of 2016 as the Parks & Recreation Director and recently served as the interim Public Works Director.

These teens are doing their time - and giving back

Lows in the mid 60s to around 70. * Timing...Monday afternoon through Tuesday evening. * Locations...Wenatchee, Chelan, Entiat, Cashmere, Omak, KENNEWICK - Young inmates in Benton and Franklin counties are helping feed the hungry thanks to a rapidly expanding garden and a few masterful hands.

This book collector has 30,000 books in his home

The Tri-City Regional SWAT team was called to capture a crime spree suspect after a standoff at a Pasco apartment complex in the 700 block of West Agate Street. Locals arrive at Columbia Center Mall to get their 'Pay your age' bear at the Build-A-Bear kiosk on Thursday.

He was drunk, armed and behind the wheel. What could go wrong?

A drunk man was arrested after he allegedly fired shooting several times as he drove a car along a busy Kennewick street. Several people reported seeing the man drive recklessly in the area of 27th Avenue and Ely Street starting at 7:16 a.m. One of those reports said the man was firing a gun out of his window.

Kennewick is right to discourage panhandling. Do this instead

The Tri-Cities is a generous community, but when it comes to panhandling, we think Kennewick's effort to discourage roadside begging is spot on. Last week city workers posted 23 signs in 17 busy locations telling people not to give money directly to panhandlers and instead "contribute to the solution" by giving money to charities.

Spirit of America Trail in Zintel Canyon

The Costco that opened in Bellingham on Nov. 19, 2017, is similar in size and scope to the Kennewick store. See what it looked like under construction and learn some simple facts about the company.

Your identity is for sale online, like it or not. Herea s how to protect yourself

The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act, which President Trump signed in May 2018, allows consumers to freeze their credit files at the three major credit reporting bureaus at no cost. AARP and the Fraud Watch Network advised Tri-City residents to freeze their credit during a session Wednesday in Kennewick.

Footprint for the big screen

Construction equipment digs out the footprint of the new 10-screen Fairchild Cinemas building Wednesday on the 2900 block of South Quillan Street in Kennewick. The cinema will have reclining seats and sell alcohol, traditional movie concession snacks and entree items.

Kennewick School Board to keep union negotiations closed

A proposal to open them up died at Wednesday's school board meeting for lack of enough support to vote on the issue. The idea of making negotiations public first was proposed at a school board meeting in June - and it was controversial.

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