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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.

Local Company Uses Sales Blitz to Benefit Food Bank

To support the local food banks, Abadan (a local family-owned printer and copier company), raised money during its recent sales blitz. Aug. 6-8, members of the Abadan team dropped in on a number of businesses in our community and in exchange for a few minutes talking about printing and copying needs, Abadan promised to donate $5 to the food bank.

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See Everybody’s Favorite Runner at the Black Widow Mud Run!

The Black Widow Mud Run back on Aug. 3 was five miles with over a dozen obstacles. Some people amazingly completed the course in under 40 minutes! We were incredibly impressed with everyone who completed the run, but we all were especially in awe of one particular runner. Everyone was talking about her afterward, and when we all got back to work Monday we were still talking about her:

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See Blake Noble Aug. 16 in Keewaydin Park for ‘Friday Fix’

Blake Noble is an Australian percussive 12-string guitarist focused on re-creating the way acoustic guitar is played. He is currently touring with violinist Tim Snider. This is a powerful duo in which Blake plays drums on his guitar -- almost to breaking point -- with the ancient Australian Didgeridoo simultaneously

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Check Out My Photo Album From the 2013 Black Widow Mud Run

We had an awesome time Aug. 3 out at Horn Rapids Motorsports Complex at the Tire Factory's Black Widow Mud & Sun Run. It was five miles of over a dozen obstacles attended by hundreds of runners. You likely saw photos or video in the newspaper or nightly news. Here are the images our very own Jon Halvorson took along the course.

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