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When Will Vista Field Shut Down? Port Commissioners Meet Tuesday to Schedule

Last week, the Port of Kennewick voted to close down Vista Field and sell the land to potential developers. The facility had been losing thousands of dollars each year over the last decade. Now that the official decision has been made, commissioners will be meeting to finalize plans Tuesday, April 23 at 2 p.m. at the Commission Chambers, 350 Clover Island in Kennewick.

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5 Alternatives to Traditional Benefits You Should Ask About at Your Job

Running a business is expensive, starting with paying your employees' salaries. Providing benefits to those employees is even more expensive. But if a company wants to stay competitive and appeal to top professionals in its industry, or if it just wants to improve morale and reduce turnover, then it must provide benefits to employees above and beyond their salaries.

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NPR budgets not affected by sequester
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Sequester Will Not Affect Corporation for Public Broadcasting Budgets

The CPB will not see cuts in the new 2014 budget proposal.

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New West Pasco Library Will Offer Drive-Through Services

The new Mid-Columbia Libraries’ West Pasco Branch will open April 20. The new branch will offer the first full-service library drive-through in Eastern Washington for more convenient returns and pick ups.

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CPI Corp closes portrait studios in Walmarts after shuttering Sears
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Portrait Company Closings Spill Over to Kennewick Walmart

Apparently the abrupt closing of CPI Corporation has also affected some Walmart stores -- at least in the Tri-Cities.

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Tri-Cities Community Health Advocates Counseling Awareness Through Facebook

Tri-Cities Community Health is working to educate the community on behavioral and mental health through its social media network.

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in four adults, about 57.7 million Americans, experience a mental health issue in a give

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Washington, Oregon governors demand environmental review of coal terminals
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Is Gov. Inslee Using Environmental Impact Study to Kill Coal Jobs?

Gov. Jay Inslee and Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber have called for a "broad environmental review" of proposed coal terminals in Washington that could create thousands of jobs.

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Attorney General Investigates Gilbert Auto, Dealerships Declare Banktruptcy

The Washington State Attorney General's office has "impounded" several auto dealerships owned by Mark Gilbert for failure to pay off traded-in vehicles among other violations.

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235 Hanford Workers Given Pink Slips Monday

Sequestration and automatic budget cuts forced Hanford contractors to lay off 235 workers Monday.The job cuts were mostly union positions, but did include 27 non-union workers.

Some jobs were saved due to union workers volunteering to take off time in an agreement proposed by the Hanford Atomic Meta

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Office Life Is Loaded With Distractions That Can Hinder Your Job Performance

There may be work needed to be done at your job, but there are plenty of other things to do, as well.

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