Education

It’s OFFICIAL: Hermiston High to Join Local Conference in 2018
Tri-City officials are happy because the Mid-Columbia Conference will be getting another 3A competitor. Hermiston officials are happy because their athletes won't be living on a bus for 3 weeks out of the year. Hermiston will become the first out-of-state school to ever join the WIAA and compet…
What Your Kids are Texting They Don’t Want You to Know
What your kids are doing, especially on social media or while they're texting friends, is coming up with ways to hoodwink you, Mom and Dad, as to what the heck they are talking about.
Your sneaky little buggers have worked out several codes to avoid writing actual words...
Beer Chilled in 10 Minutes: Not Magic, Science! Learn How Here
Our neck of the woods will be aggressively hot over the next couple of days, and if blowing the froth off a few barley pops is your desire, but the thought of warm beer is a real deal breaker, well now, thanks to science, here's how to get chilled beer in under ten minutes for the rest of your …
Pasco City View Cemetery Hosting the Traveling Vietnam Wall
The traveling Vietnam wall, an 80 percent scale version of the 360-foot long Vietnam  Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., made it's way to Pasco Wednesday under the escort of fleets of motorcycles and up to 300 people coming from all over the country to honor those who have served and are s…
Now Accepting Applications for Summer Interns!
Our five radio stations plus our Scaregrounds Haunted Experience (in October) are currently accepting applications for interns to learn blogging, social media, video production and more! We teach our interns cutting-edge strategies for combining radio with digital media.
The Ultimate Perfect Beaver Shot
Now that's a headline.
And the story backs it up.
Louis-Marie Preau, a photographer, spent two to three hours a night lying perfectly still on the bank of a river trying to catch THE picture of a lifetime, of the Eurasian beaver in action...
Record NW Numbers For DEA’s National Drug Take Back Day
Residents of Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Alaska turned in 35,137 pounds (17.6) tons of prescription medications on April 29, 2017. This is the highest collection to date for the Pacific Northwest. The following are the results broken down by state:
Washington - 65 collection sites which resulted in…

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