Tri-Cities’ Surprising Role In The Frontier Mining Industry
Did you know the mining industry supported the Tri-Cities economy in the 19th century? In school we learn that before the Hanford Project the Tri-Cities was a ranching and agricultural community, but the beef and produce went to mines in Montana and British Columbia...
Thanks For Helping Us Out With This Photograph
Last week, we asked you what you knew about this picture. KORD listeners came to the rescue to fill us in on what they knew of this vintage shot of the Tri-Cities. Thanks for your help!

It looks to me like it is facing east. You see the drive-in is at the bottom right, but it is not at the bottom rig…
Uh Oh! Bear Has Old Pictures! What Is It [SURVEY]
This is fun! I love running across some old pictures of our quaint little town. Do you remember some old buildings and some places that did not exist back in the day. When I moved here in 1974 there was only about 60,000 people here, no cable bridge, no I-182 freeway, No Gage Blvd...
Fingernail History
The Fingernail is a soundstage in Howard Amon Park. It was created in 1963, "salvaged from a rock quarry" in the 1970s, and moved here in 1982
a great video on on this local landmark  video

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