Pine-Richland's Kasperowicz gets his team to the top in a hurry
Pine-Richland coach Eric Kasperowicz likes to have his team participate in group activities away from football to promote chemistry and cohesion among the players. Earlier this year, the team had an outing at "Go Ape," a treetop adventure course in North Park.
Richland lab supports 6,800 jobs
The U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland supported more than $1.3 billion in spending and 6,800 jobs in the Washington state economy last year, according to a study ...
North Xtra: Pine-Richland's comeback falls short
Phrases such as "Instant Classic" are often bandied about when it comes to great high school, college and professional football games. Sometimes, that term is a little overblown.
Living nativity in Richland
Jim Pogue, 56, of Kennewick, who is portraying a Roman soldier, lays down his sword in front of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus played by Baylee Day, 17, and Nathan? Click to Continue »
New tax to hit most in Richland
Most Richland residents can expect to pay slightly more in property taxes next year. Richland?s proposed 2015 budget maintains the township?s current property-tax rate of ...
Son, 2 others charged in Richland County sexual conduct case involving reserve deputy
A reserve deputy with the Richland County Sheriffs Department is facing additional charges in a sexual conduct case, and his son and two others are also facing charges. Click to Continue »
Call it a homecoming: Dupus Boomer returns
Dupus Boomers should open in Richland next summer, while Kennewick?s Tony Roma?s transitions into a Buffalo Wild Wings. Click to Continue »
Richland church?s pageant mixes faith with fun
Learning about God becomes child?s play each December at St. Richard Catholic Church in Richland. For the church?s youngest members, religious education doubles as a ...
Big Weekend Before Christmas Break
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas (December 18) - The Brahmas will not be decking the halls until concluding a big weekend starting Friday evening on the road in Amarillo.
Study: DOE lab in Richland supported 6,800 jobs in 2013
SPOKANE ? The U.S. Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland supported more than $1.3 billion in spending and 6,800 jobs in the Washington economy last year, according to a study prepared by lab economists and released Thursday.