The buildings on Northgate Drive between the Richland library and the Federal Building are torn down in this January 2016 photo to make way for Columbia Basin College’s new $16.1 million health sciences building. The college and Richland School District are considering locating a new Health & Science Academy for high school age students in the building.
The buildings on Northgate Drive between the Richland library and the Federal Building are torn down in this January 2016 photo to make way for Columbia Basin College’s new $16.1 million health sciences building. The college and Richland School District are considering locating a new Health & Science Academy for high school age students in the building. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
The buildings on Northgate Drive between the Richland library and the Federal Building are torn down in this January 2016 photo to make way for Columbia Basin College’s new $16.1 million health sciences building. The college and Richland School District are considering locating a new Health & Science Academy for high school age students in the building. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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