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Andrew Kirk

Andrew Kirk has been a journalist for nine years. Although originally from the Tri-Cities, he has lived in Utah for the past 17 years and is a graduate of the University of Utah. He is married with children and currently lives in Richland. He is an amateur historian and used to teach Mandarin Chinese to middle school students in Park City, Utah. For fun he watches movies, visits parks with his kids and occasionally rides a bicycle.
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CBC Bomb Threat Called in to Townsquare Media — Man Said Two Would Explode on Campus

A man called Townsquare Media's front desk Thursday morning and announced there were two bombs located at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. He said the first was in the H Building and would go off at 1 p.m. The other was in a different location, and would be found after the explosion. Pasco police were notified instantly.

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Let Wendy’s Restaurants Help Your Non-Profit Group’s Next Fundraiser!

Wendy's of Tri-Cities cares about the community so the restaurants are partnering with local non-profit groups to raise money for their missions. Everyone loves a cool, creamy Frosty from Wendy's so the local owner of the restaurants is allowing groups to sell key tags allowing a free Frosty with a meal purchase.

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The Village Musicians to Play ‘Friday Fix’ June 28 at Keewaydin Park

On June 28 Springleaf Financial presents Village (a.k.a. The Village Musicians) is a three-piece band made up of three brothers Riley Wilkinson, Landon Wilkinson, Sean Wilkinson plus Kylon Gienger. They have been performing together for over just over four years and in that time completed four full album releases and have toured internationally.

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Rebel fighters walk through Aleppo. (AFP/Getty Images)
Rebel fighters walk through Aleppo. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Extremist Killing in Syria

A 14 year old boy was overheard supposedly blasphemising the name of Mohammed when a group of Islamist rebels were passing by. They stopped dragged the young boy out of the coffee shop where he worked, wrapped a shirt around his head and whipped him several times until a crowd formed including his parents

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