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Tri-City HeraldSeptember 18, 2012 

1970: Bill Till's Pasco Bulldogs posted a second straight shutout, blanking the Richland Bombers 14-0. The game was highlighted by "the sheer execution of the running game and the precise offensive blocking up front. The Bomber defensive line looked sad in comparison to the play of tight end Kim Berg, center Mike Vincent, tackle Bruce Patrick and guard Bob Clements for the Bulldogs."

1951: The National Production Authority granted permission for the consruction of an 18-hole golf course in Richland, subject to material restrictions on the volume of carbon steel and copper. The Richland Country club was eyeing a 200-acre piece of land north of the city limits, south of the Sacajawea Rifle and Pistol club and northeast of the A.E.C. airport. Constuction of the course was estimated at $75,000.

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