WSU-Tri-Cities Chancellor Keith Moo-Young and his wife, Monika, join a family photo with Andrew Whitford, left, his wife, Maria, and their son, Connor Bardelang, following Monday’s naturalization ceremony at U.S. District Court in Richland. The family from Britain were among 25 local immigrants to become new U.S. citizens. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com/video.
WSU-Tri-Cities Chancellor Keith Moo-Young and his wife, Monika, join a family photo with Andrew Whitford, left, his wife, Maria, and their son, Connor Bardelang, following Monday’s naturalization ceremony at U.S. District Court in Richland. The family from Britain were among 25 local immigrants to become new U.S. citizens. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com/video. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
WSU-Tri-Cities Chancellor Keith Moo-Young and his wife, Monika, join a family photo with Andrew Whitford, left, his wife, Maria, and their son, Connor Bardelang, following Monday’s naturalization ceremony at U.S. District Court in Richland. The family from Britain were among 25 local immigrants to become new U.S. citizens. Watch a video at: www.tricityherald.com/video. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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