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New Strip Mall Coming to Burden Blvd. — What Should Go in There? [SURVEY]

Pasco city has approved Kenenwick developer Glen Engelhard to build a six-unit strip mall across the street from the TRAC. What businesses would you like to see come to the Road 68 neighborhood of west Pasco? Tell us below:

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Best Ghost Towns Near the Mid Columbia

I would love to take my kids to a ghost town this summer and do a shootout with some fake guns. We'll probably go to Garnet, Montana. It's a great, touristy ghost down about 4 hours from Coeur d'Alene -- exactly what I'm looking for. Here's a long list of other ghost towns within 2-3 hours:

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Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
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Pendleton Just Got Less Fun, But More Tasteful With Statue Costume Ban

A Pendleton woman had been decorating a statue of Jackson Sundown, a Nez Perce rodeo hero, to correspond with specific holidays. She'll now face a stiff fine for doing it again.

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Gov. Inslee denies second request for special prosecutor in Pasco shooting
Gov. Inslee denies second request for special prosecutor in Pasco shooting (Townsquare media image-Jon Funfar)
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Pasco Shooting Attorney Calls Gov. Inslee ‘Gutless’ over Special Prosecutor Issue

Based upon the wording of an email sent by the attorney representing the widow and daughters of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, the lawyer essentially called the governor 'gutless.'

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Tahuya River before man's excavation changes
Tahuya River before man's excavation changes (State Attorney General-Google Earth)
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Washington Man Found Guilty of ‘Altering River’ – Faces Jail, Fines

A Mason County, Washington man could spend a year in jail, and is facing up to $16,000 in fines for "altering," or diverting, the course of a river.  Certainly not your everyday, average crime. (Photos show dramatic difference before and after dredging and earthmoving).

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Mammoth skeleton excavation continues in Coyote Canyon Kennewick
Mammoth skeleton excavation continues in Coyote Canyon Kennewick (Coyote Canyon Mammoth Excavation website)
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Come Visit Mammoth Archeology Site in Kennewick April 18

The discovery of this incredible mammoth creature dates back to 2000, but this year efforts to excavate it are ramping up.

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New law will ban computerized ticket sales by robot programs
New law will ban computerized ticket sales by robot programs . (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images
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Bill Banning ‘Ticket-Bots’ Passes State Senate – Outlaws Computerized Vendor Purchases

We don't always agree with Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. But on THIS one, he got it 100% right. The Senate passed the bill, the House already has, and it will soon become a law.

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Attorney asks Gov. Inslee again for special prosecutor
Attorney asks Gov. Inslee again for special prosecutor (Franklin County)
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Pasco Shooting Attorney Asks Gov. Inslee to Reconsider About Special Prosecutor

Gov. Jay Inslee has already declined to appoint a special prosecutor in the Pasco shooting of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, but an attorney representing his widow and two daughters has requested again.

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Local Nude Art Class Seeks Students

If you're interested, a guy on Reddit has been trying to start a nude drawing class for a while.

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