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First and Only Visible Supermoon of 2017 Shines This Weekend
Hey Luke Skywatcher,
The first and only visible super moon of 2017 will occur this coming weekend.
From Sunday night into Monday morning, Dec. 3, the moon will shine up to 16 percent brighter and 7 percent larger than normal.
Because the moon's orbit of the Earth is not perfectly circular, it is s…
Mid-Columbia Mastersingers Bring a Holiday Classic to Tri-Cities
HALLELUJAH! If you just sang that in your head, it was probably in the style of Handel.
Handel's Messiah has been a holiday concert tradition for years, and the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers are bringing it to life this weekend! There will be two performances of this classic musical masterpiece: in…
Double Amputee Former Marine Runs 31 Marathons in 31 Days
Rob Jones is a 32-year old former Marine from Virginia who did several tours in Iraq, then went to Afghanistan. His job was to sweep for roadside bombs. Unfortunately he got hit by one in 2010, and lost both of his legs below the knee.
But he refused to let it hold him back, and he did something that…
Tri-Cities Turkey Trot 2017 Was Huge!
The rain stopped and the sun peeked out as Turkey Trot 2017 got underway in Columbia Park! A southerly breeze warmed things up to almost 60 degrees as 5k runners and 1-mile walkers raised money for the Red Cross.
 
Did you know that the first local Red Cross Chapter opened up 100 years ago in Pas…
Events to Keep Your Family Happy This Thanksgiving Week!
Thanksgiving is a great time for family bonding. It's also a time when family bonding can get, well, too damn much! If you need a break from the family, there is PLENTY to do this week in the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas. And hey, if you and your family actually get along, these are activit…
Keep the Steelhead You Snag in the Snake River This Weekend
Thanks to a rule change, this weekend, you get to keep the steelhead you catch in the Snake River.
Go ahead, bait that hook and drop a line to troll a while, you anglers get to keep hatchery steelhead that are less than 28 inches long in the lower Snake River starting Saturday, November 18th...

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