MOD Pizza Coming to Richland, Here’s a Review
MOD Pizza a popular Seattle pizza franchise that will be coming to Queensgate in Richland in 2017!
Occult Arts Now Legal Again in Oregon Town
It's no longer illegal to have your fortune read in Canyonville, Oregon.
10 Tips to Have a BAD First Date
Some people want to know how to avoid having a bad first date, but sometimes you are hoping to complete a date in such a manner so that whoever set it up is not mad at you, but the other person will never ask to do it again.
Do You Eat Tartar Sauce With Your Fries? [VOTE]
I personally don't eat any sauce with any food, but lots of people like tartar sauce with fries, do you? Is it a regional thing? Some restaurants ASSUME you want tartar sauce with your fry order. Do enough people do that for servers to assume it?
Why Would Someone Steal a 74-Year-Old Man’s Scooter?
On October 25th in Kennewick a 74-year-old handicapped man's mobility scooter was stolen out of his garage. Here's one guess why:
5 Places to Shop for Your Halloween Costumes in Tri-Cities
Halloween is coming up quick so here are five places to get your last-minute costumes.
8 Reasons Tri-Cities Is UNDER-RATED!
In the Tri-Cities we have many fantastic aspects of our community that are totally taken for granted. Here are eight.
Who Remembers Northeast Oregon’s Rabies Epidemic?
It started with coyotes, which are normally known for staying away from people, and their homes. But coyotes began wandering into people's yards and attacking their animals. Then humans started getting chased by their domesticated livestock and pets!
See Crazy Reason Northwest Baking Company Patented Swastikas
Pacific Coast Biscuit Company formed in 1899 was the first and only U.S. baking company to trademark the swastika, but why would they do that?
7 Reasons Kids From Pendleton Grow Up to Be Well-Adjusted People
Here are 7 reasons to love Pendleton.
8 Most Popular Buffets in Tri-Cities
Here are the best buffets in the Tri-Cities for the days you're feeling extra hungry.
How to Use Pokemon Go to Increase Your Business!
A business owner in Walla Walla set a "lure" on Pokemon Go to attract monsters... and customers