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A teen was missing after jumping off a railroad bridge over Highway 240 into the Yakima River on Memorial Day. The teen was a graduating senior at Hanford ...
A Hanford High senior was told all of his life he wouldn't succeed. He decided differently Tri-City Herald
A Hanford High School special needs student believed he wouldn't succeed. Then he decided otherwise, and put his focus where his passion was ...
Hanford High School honors classmate who drowned Tri-City Herald
Hanford High School students and staff held a moment of silence during graduation Friday nigh to honor a student who drowned Memorial Day.
Search continues for missing Hanford High senior in Yakima River Tri-City Herald
Tri-Cities divers continued to search for the Hanford High School senior who went missing in the Yakima River on Memorial Day 2018. Columbia Basin Dive ...
Hanford High School students remember Columbine victims | Archives NBC Right Now
Today marks the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre in Colorado. Thousands of students across the nation participated in a nation-wide ...
They lost their beautiful boy. Now this Tri-Cities family is speaking up about depression, suicide Tri-City Herald
The Slack family lost son Gavin to suicide in 2016. They're sharing their story in hopes of helping others cope with depression. The Richland WA family stresses ...
4,000 laptops soon will reach Richland students’ hands. ‘No one is left out’ Tri-City Herald
Richland and Hanford high school students will head back to classrooms soon, but they'll have something new this year in their backpacks this year — Google ...
Hanford High School honor roll Tri-City Herald
The following students were named on the Hanford High School honor roll for first semester.
Two football greats honored by Hanford High Tri-City Herald
Aaron Neary's No. 77 and Mac Tuiaea's No. 78 were retired Friday night.
The magic of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ coming to Richland stage Tri-City Herald
Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man and the rest will sing and dance their way across the stage as part of Academy of Children's Theatre's production of “The Wizard of ...
Hanford High students, staff bond in mourning 3 student deaths Tri-City Herald
The past week has been jarring for Hanford High School after three students linked to the school have died.
Hanford High School Tri-City Herald
Graduation: 4:30 p.m. June 6, Toyota Center, Kennewick. Valedictorians: Jonah Bartrand. Parents David and Meg Bartrand. Plans to attend University of Idaho to ...
Hanford High among Tri-City area schools to rank in U.S. News best list...at No. 1,558 Tri-City Herald
Hanford High School is the lone Tri-City school to be ranked among the 65 best in the state in annual rankings recently published by U.S. News & World Report.
10 establishments fail restaurant inspections for Sept. 22-28 Tri-City Herald
The Benton-Franklin Health District gave failing scores to 10 of the 40 food *service* establishments inspected during the week of Sept. 22-28.
Just north of Richland is one of state's most endangered historic places Tri-City Herald
A building made of Columbia River cobble stones, surrounded by a fence topped with barbed wire, has been named one of Washington state's most ...
7 restaurants and school cafeterias fail their health inspections Tri-City Herald
Seven restaurants and school cafeterias failed their inspections by the Benton-Franklin Health District.
Richland School District's free summer meals program NBC Right Now
The Richland School District will be offering a free summer meals program for any child 18 and younger at five different sites this summer.
Honor roll: Hanford High School Tri-City Herald
The following students were named on the Hanford High School honor roll list for first semester.
Hanford High student gets perfect score on national test Tri-City Herald
Michael Mosqueda expected he did well, but the Richland teen wasn't expecting what he saw.
Cause of death unknown in Hanford High student death Tri-City Herald
A cause of death has yet to be determined for a Hanford High School sophomore who died at Kadlec Regional Medical Center on Monday.
Second Hanford High student in a week dies Tri-City Herald
A Hanford High School junior died Tuesday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the second student from the school to die this week.
Mid-Columbia 2018 graduation schedule Tri-City Herald
The pomp and circumstance of graduation season has arrived. Here's the rundown of upcoming graduation ceremonies around the Mid-Columbia region.
Bring it on! Cheer competition planned in Richland Tri-City Herald
Hanford High School is holding the fourth annual Hanford Desert Classic cheer competition on Jan. 13.
Richland School District offering community flu shot clinics NBC Right Now
Richland School District has partnered with Seattle Visiting Nurse Association to offer community flu shot clinics at some district schools ahead of the winter flu ...
Mid-Columbia: Hanford pins its way to victory in return to MCC action Tri-City Herald
Mid-Columbia high school wrestling, basketball and bowling results for Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018.
Talking With Your Kids About Grief, After Two Hanford High School Students Die This Past Week NBC Right Now
Students, parents and teachers are trying to cope with the loss of two students this week. Our NBC Right Now team hopes you are able to sit down with your.
Hanford High School varsity cheer squad places second at nationals NBC Right Now
The Hanford High School varsity cheer squad earned Second Place in the Non-Tumbling Super Large Division at the National High School Cheerleading ...
4A Swimming: Camas Gets Outpaced by Hanford, Still Wins Title Lacamas Magazine
Hanford won the 4A District Girls Swimming Title Saturday, with Camas placing second. The Papermakers will send seven to State next week.
This Richland band geek could be the next Miss Washington Tri-City Herald
Miss Tri-Cities Hannah Mowry is headed to Burien this week in preparation for next week's Miss Washington competition. She hopes to win the title.
Hanford gives Tri-Cities a history like nowhere else. New WSU book series tell the tales Tri-City Herald
A new series of Tri-City area history books has launched with the story of the people whose homes, land and businesses were seized for a secret wartime ...
Old farm warehouse may be saved as part of Hanford history KING5.com
RICHLAND, Wash. — One of Washington state's most endangered historic places is located on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation near Richland.
High school students lead Tri-Cities March For Our Lives KEPR 19
RICHLAND, Wash. – Hundreds of thousands of people marched across the country to demand a solution to gun violence, including a student-led March For Our ...
Newhouse bill honoring fallen Richland Marine heads to President's desk NBC Right Now
Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA), Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) released the following statements after the U.S. Senate ...
Richland cheerleaders win state, head to nationals in Florida KEPR 19
RICHLAND, Wash. - A high school girls' cheer-leading squad is heading to nationals this week in Florida after a successful state competition.Hanford High ...
They lost several friends to suicide. These Tri-Cities college students are doing something about it Tri-City Herald
Locks for Life aims to raise awareness about firearm-related suicide and gun safety. College students Ali Williamson and Brenden Perkins started the group after ...
Richland community mourns loss of two teens, offers support for families KEPR 19
RICHLAND, Wash. -- The Richland community is mourning the loss of two young men according to the Richland School District.Tenth-grader Zachary Schmidt ...
Washington’s National Merit Scholarship semifinalists named; Seattle’s Lakeside tops list The Seattle Times
Washington's semifinalists, along with 16000 others across the nation, had the highest scores on the 2017 PSAT taken by 1.6 million high school juniors last ...
Out of the pool: Longtime area swim coach Randy Willis retires Tri-City Herald
Randy Willis, a swim coach at Richland and Hanford high schools for more than 20 years, has stepped down. He founded the Tri-City Channel Cats club team in ...
Longtime Hanford coach trades baseball for football Tri-City Herald
Hanford High School baseball coach Tom DeWitz turned in his resignation earlier this year, but the longtime coach completed the 2016 season with the Falcons ...
Brown, Jesse Post Register
Jesse Shane Brown, 21, of Idaho Falls, passed away Thursday, August 30, 2018, at home surrounded by his family from complications from cancer. He was ...
Crew helpless to prevent plane crash that killed Richland Marine, report says Tri-City Herald
The cause of a military cargo plane crash that killed a Richland Marine in 2017 has been traced back to a corroded propeller, according to an investigation ...
Mid-Columbia roundup: Richland boys top Hanford in high-scoring affair Tri-City Herald
Tyler Kurtz scored 30 points and Cole Northrop 24, and the Richland boys basketball team finished top dog in a Mid-Columbia Conference shootout Friday, ...
Guest column: Richland’s mushroom cloud is again getting attention Tri-City Herald
National news outlets reported on more than just the tunnel collapse at the Hanford nuclear site this month — they reported on us.
Richland teen danced in the aisles. Now she dances on the Seahawks sideline Tri-City Herald
Hanford High graduate Dayla Hathaway, 19, is now “Sea Gal Dayla,” the youngest member of the Sea Gals dance team of the Seahawks. She was one of 300 to ...
Former Eastern Washington, Dallas safety Matt Johnson hopes Eagles, Cowboys make Saturday a day to remember The Spokesman-Review
The stars in Texas, big and bright as they say, aligned somewhat perfectly this weekend for one former Eastern Washington football player.
Remembering a champion: Hanford’s Tori Baker Tri-City Herald
Hanford High School, Tori Baker, University of Oregon, Tanya Lamb, Kellee Magnuson Balcom, North Carolina, Kamiakin High School.
Washington’s newest national park at Hanford could draw 100,000 visitors by 2018 The Spokesman Review
The Manhattan Project National Historical Park is taking shape at Hanford and two other locations where the country during World War II crossed the threshhold ...
1 of these Tri-City teens will be crowned queen Tri-City Herald
Four Tri-City teens are in the running to be named Miss Juneteenth queen. The pageant is Saturday in Pasco, Washington.
He was a star player for Pasco. Now he’s working to rebuild Bulldogs football Tri-City Herald
Leon Wright-Jackson takes over a Pasco football program that has won just three games in five years. The former Bulldogs running back, who won a state title in ...
2017 Mid-Columbia honor roll Tri-City Herald
Kresten Orcutt, of Pasco, has been named to the Dickinson State University, Dickinson, N.D., president's list for the spring semester.
Before the Manhattan Project, Hanford Site was home to 1500 people Yakima Herald-Republic
HANFORD SITE — Even the dead weren't sacred. Every man, woman and child, including the dearly departed, were evicted, never to live here again. Just a few ...
Learn about Hanford life before WWII in virtual tours Tri-City Herald
Hanford tours that tell the story of those who sacrificed to make way for the secret nuclear reservation during World War II have ended for the year.
Aberdeen brings in new principals for elementary schools The Daily World
Two new principals and an assistant principal will be joining the Aberdeen School District for the 2018-2019 school year. The appointments were approved by ...
Chief Joseph Principal selected as planning administrator for new Health Sciences Academy NBC Right Now
The Richland School District is pleased to announce that Chief Joseph Middle School Principal Jon Lobdell has been selected to be the planning administrator ...
Wa-Hi grapplers prep for regionals | Walla Walla High School | union-bulletin.com Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
WEST RICHLAND — Wa-Hi's Joshua Pettyjohn and Ely Kimball placed second here Saturday and nine other Blue Devils qualified for regionals during the ...
Andrews hurls Richland past Hanford in MCC softball Tri-City Herald
Brandi Andrews pitched four innings of one-hit ball, striking out three, as Richland cruised to a 21-0 Mid-Columbia Conference softball victory over Hanford on ...
Mid-Columbia sports scene lost 2 great people Tri-City Herald
Former Mid-Columbia high school sports coaches Gary Everson of River View football and Marcie Brown of Tri-Cities Prep volleyball recently died. Both left ...
Mid-Columbia 2017 graduation schedule Tri-City Herald
The pomp and circumstance of graduation season has arrived. Here's the rundown of upcoming graduation ceremonies around the Mid-Columbia region.
Richland’s Moore runs to 4A boys district cross country title Mid Columbia Tri City Herald
Kamiakin boys, girls sweep 3A team titles; Walla Walla takes 4A girls crown.
Mid-Columbia’s top students graduate with honors Tri-City Herald
Thousands of Mid-Columbia students will collect their diplomas at upcoming graduation ceremonies. Here's a list of the top achievers at Tri-City area schools.
Here are some creative ways to volunteer in the Tri-Cities Tri-City Herald
Imagine what it would be like if everyone of us volunteered now and then to help others in the community.
Hanford boys top Hermiston; Pasco girls drop Ike Tri-City Herald
Jalayne Martinez scored 17 of her game-high 27 points in the first quarter as the visiting Pasco girls rolled past Eisenhower 81-43 in a nonleague game Tuesday ...
Hanford: plutonium factory, waste site and now, national historical park The Seattle Times
Hanford, long known as one of the nation's most polluted nuclear waste sites, will soon have a new designation: A part of our newest national historical park.
Tri-City students nominated for U.S. military academies Tri-City Herald
Rep. Dan Newhouse nominated eight students from the Tri-Cities for consideration to attend U.S. military academies. The nominations followed an interview ...
Body of 26-year-old Marine Dietrich Schmieman returns home NBC Right Now
Fallen Marine Sergeant and Hanford High School graduate Dietrich Schmieman is heading home for the last time...nearly a month after dying in a helicopter ...
Tri-City summer camps for kids 2017 Tri-City Herald
Summer is here and you and your kids will be looking for fun summer activities. Here are some camps offered in the area:
National Merit Scholarship 2017 semifinalists announced Tri-City Herald
The semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program were recently announced for the state of Washington. Semifinalists are those from each state ...
A school field trip to the room where the atomic bomb was made Los Angeles Times
A visit to the Hanford Site of the new Manhattan Project National Historical Park gets one visitor thinking about the questions it raises.
Walla Walla baseball earns 4A MCC top seed Tri-City Herald
Walla Walla locked up the top seed to the MCC 4A district tournament after beating Richland 6-2 in eight innings Tuesday at Bomber Field.
New Public Tour to Focus on Hanford Historic Sites NBC Right Now
The history of Hanford Site lands prior to the Manhattan Project will be the focus of a new public tour program offered by the U.S. Department of Energy's ...
These are the new leaders of Trios Health Tri-City Herald
The new owner of Trios Health in Kennewick has named a new CEO and CFO. One has Tri-Cities ties.
Hollywood film shot in Tri-Cities to premiere in Pasco Tri-City Herald
Screenings are at 5 and 8 p.m. at Fairchild Cinemas in Pasco. A question and answer session with Peterson and several cast members will follow each ...
18 Puget Sound Students Win National Merit Scholarships Bellevue, WA Patch
Local National Merit Scholarships Revealed - Bellevue, WA - Students from Bellevue to Renton have been awarded thousands in college scholarships.
Kabacy, Skyview repeat as 4A state tennis champs The Columbian
Skyview senior Andrew Kabacy defended his Class 4A state singles title with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 victory over Clemente Varas of Eastlake of Sammamish on Saturday ...
Selah's Kieser takes third in 2A tennis Yakima Herald-Republic
SEATTLE — Selah senior Jared Kieser took third place Saturday at the Class 2A state tennis tournament at the University of Washington.
Pasco football looks to former star to rejuvenate program Tri-City Herald
Former Pasco Bulldogs running back Leon Wright-Jackson replaces Kevin Jolley, who stepped down after last season.
Hanford to become tourist destination The Columbian
SPOKANE — The nation's most polluted nuclear weapons production site is now its newest national park.
Marching bands converge on Joe Albi for Pacific Northwest championships The Spokesman Review
Music was king Saturday at Joe Albi Stadium as marching bands and color guards competed for the title at the Pacific Northwest Marching Band Championships ...
NXN Northwest Girls Team Scores: Jesuit Looks To Win Again MileSplit
Based on 2017 PR's the ladies from Jesuit (OR) have the best shot at winning the NXN Northwest Region this year. If the team can run similar times to their 2017 ...
Single Pasco mother’s struggle inspires daughter to dream of being a doctor Tri-City Herald
Jennifer Jimenez's mother put herself through college while working so she could support her family. That struggle led to Jimenez's success, and helped earn ...
Granger's Naya Roettger surges into Class 1A-2B-1B state semis Yakima Herald-Republic
Granger's Naya Roettger was the big surprise in an otherwise so-so day for the SCAC West at the Class 1A-2B-1B state tennis tournament at the Yakima Tennis ...
50 immigrants become U.S. citizens in Richland naturalization ceremony Mid Columbia Tri City Herald
The new citizens represent 14 countries: Guatemala, Burma, Ukraine, the Philippines, Moldova, Iraq, Peru, Belarus, Somalia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, India, Iran, ...
Richland company’s ‘Dragon’ making waves in gaming world Tri-City Herald
Grant D. Williams wasn't even a teenager yet when he designed his first computer game.
West Valley tennis team earns five berths to Class 4A state tournament Yakima Herald-Republic
The West Valley tennis team finished Monday what it had started Saturday in the CBBN district tournament on its home courts.
Singers, chamber choir tour Idaho, Washington and Montana willamette.edu
In January, the Willamette University Chamber Choir and Willamette Singers, under the direction of Wallace Long, will tour Washington, Idaho and Montana ...
Tri-City Rage football team opens season Saturday Tri-City Herald
If you have been missing the sights and sounds of football, the Tri-City Rage is here for you.
Judge Swisher heading for retirement at year’s end Tri-City Herald
After a particularly tough day in court dealing with the ugly side of life, Judge Robert Swisher feels blessed to have a happy marriage, supportive family and good ...
Roberta J. Berg Yakima Herald-Republic
Roberta J. Berg of Paterson, WA, passed away on May 9, 2017 at Chaplaincy House in Kennewick, WA.
Air Force brass honors Richland native for cool head during in-flight emergency Yakima Herald-Republic
U.S. Air Force Maj. Jack Nelson, a native of Richland, was honored by the Air Force Chief of Staff for his smooth handling of an in-flight emergency while piloting ...
Website Offers Searchable Oral History Archive About Hanford Site NW News Network
When the federal government decided to make plutonium in southeast Washington, early farmers and whole villages of Native Americans were kicked out. Now ...
Hanford, B Reactor tour registration starts March 9 The Columbian
KENNEWICK -- Registration begins at 9 a.m. March 9 for Hanford tours this year, with initially a choice of two tours.
West Valley tennis nabs pair of doubles berths to Class 4A state tournament Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- The West Valley tennis team earned a pair of state berths in doubles at the final round of the CBBN district tournament Monday at West Valley.
David Beatty: For WSU math student, expectations had become unsolvable Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Danyelle Simpson's next-door neighbor, David Beatty, 22, was one of the few people in the neighborhood who appeared to be her age. So she made an effort to ...
Eisenhower gets two defensive touchdowns in 35-14 win over Pasco Yakima Herald-Republic
WEST RICHLAND — William Yocom and Drew Reyes returned interceptions for touchdowns in the second half to help the Cadets pull away 35-15 in the ...
The Most Impressive Kids Graduating From High School This Year Business Insider
They're only 17 or 18 years old, but most of them have already accomplished more than many of us do in our entire lives. This list includes kids who are ...
Nation's Top 100 Senior Girls Recruits Returning For Outdoor Track & Field milesplit.com
Check out the nation's top 100 senior girls recruits by event returning for the outdoor track season. California state champ sprinter Lauren Rain Williams still ...
News headlines by Google News for Hanford High School Richland WA
We have listed the latest news headlines that include Hanford . This site has been created to offer a place for HHS alumni to reconnect and share memories.