By Andrew Couts
Behind me, a Florida-orange senior citizen, in her orange blazer, wearing orange earrings, an orange bead necklace, and a white summer fedora, stands on the tip-toes of her orange leather loafers to get a better look at the weird scene unfolding in front of the crowd in
PASCO, Wash. - Administrators at the Tri-Cities Airport want to make flying easier for non-English speaking travelers.
The airport upgraded it's terminal expansion project signs to both English and Spanish this week. The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce helped with the translations.
RICHLAND, Wash. - He is a Cougar, a Bulldog and now the former Richland City Attorney.
After (almost) 30 years of service, Tom Lampson is hanging up his hat. Prior to his role as city attorney, Lampson was a prosecutor.
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Although the idea of an enormous asteroid smashing into our planet and ruining our day in a big way still seems fantastical to many, events like the one over central Russia earlier this year mean more and more earthlings are waking up to the idea that, actually, such a c
By Kate Knibbs
After the PRISM leak,
you probably want to know exactly what the NSA has on file about you.
And here's some good news amid all the
are-we-living-in-a-surveillance-state hand-wringing: Civil rights
advocate Jonathan Corbett put together a website called My NSA Records
WALLA WALLA, Wash. -- A former Walla Walla Public Schools librarian's years of community service is paying off.
Jackie George has received the Southeast Washington Association of School Administrators Community Leadership award.