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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letter: Weaponry lesson

    Sept. 10's article was informative and interesting. However, I have a serious problem with your front page picture and subtext. The picture of four M-15-16 variants described as from "Vietnam and Korean Wars" includes a serious lack of research on someone's part. The Korean War was from 1950-53. ...

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letter: Weaponry lesson

    Sept. 10's article was informative and interesting. However, I have a serious problem with your front page picture and subtext. The picture of four M-15-16 variants described as from "Vietnam and Korean Wars" includes a serious lack of research on someone's part. The Korean War was from 1950-53. ...

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letter: Music too loud

    I fully agree with Mr. Brad Barton (Letters, Sept. 12) regarding the excessively loud music and announcements at sporting events. Mr. Barton's letter applies to Kennewick but the issue is similar at other venues in the Tri-Cities.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letter: No compassion

    "Affording Dignity and Respect to Every Individual" is part of the mission statement of the Pasco Police. Mitchell Campbell (TCH, Aug. 25) was not afforded dignity and respect when a police officer pushed him in a wheelchair to Sylvester Park and left him there. Campbell, who struggled with mental...

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letter: Embrace differences

    On the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, some groups tried to politicize something that should bring us together as a country. The worst type of partisan politics is to use a day like 9/11 to denigrate the political opposition. A democracy depends on many disparate voices all having a say. A strong...

  • EDITORIALS

    Our Voice: West Richland's new UGA helps wine industry grow

    We've waited a long time for the Tri-Cities area to get its due recognition from the wine world.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letter: Consider renaming Tri-Cities before rebranding it

    What’s with spending any money on new slogans and logos to rebrand the Tri-Cities without first consolidating and/or renaming the community? We’ll get exponentially more out of our effort just by being decisive, united, and bold in getting on board with one distinct name. Look at Trios...

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Thankful Thursday: Badger Mountain Trail

    This is to express thanks to the named and nameless volunteers and organizations that have made the Badger Mountain trail system what it is. You have given the Tri- Cities community a priceless gift and resource.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Thankful Thursday: Growing together

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints would like to thank Mayor Brent Gerry and the city of West Richland for their support in our annual Day of Service.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Thankful Thursday: Pooch Plunge

    The 6th Annual Pooch Plunge was a huge success. A lot of dogs had an opportunity to enjoy the wading pool Saturday and Sunday and go home wet, tired and happy. I would like to thank city of Richland for again allowing us to use the wading pool and the resources to clean and refill the pool between...

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