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  • Pasco hoops legend Don Vaughn talks about his days as a Bulldog

    Don Vaughn played basketball at Pasco High School and graduated in 1977 after leading the Bulldogs to a fourth-place finish in the state tournament. He was one of the first athletes from Pasco High School to play at the Division-I level in college, as he enjoyed a full, four-year basketball career at the University of Washington.

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Pasco greats reminisce on heyday of Bulldog basketball

Donald Bell and Don Vaughn, Pasco High School basketball players who graduated in 1977, discuss the glory days of Bulldogs hoops and a special season that ended with a fourth-place state finish.

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Archaeologist assesses rare artifact discovery

Archaeologist Tom Marceau, Washington State University Tri-Cities, offers his assessment of a rare Native American stone axe head recently discovered by Richland resident Mitch Dickey. Dickey found the stone tool on a dirt road along an irrigation canal near his home.
Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
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Archaeologist assesses rare artifact discovery

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