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Pasco kids going to be needed lots of glue this year
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Pasco Schools Growing Rapidly — Fall 2013 Attendance Figures Prove It

Each year the Pasco School District faces the challenge of meeting the needs of a steadily-growing student population.

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courtesy of Facebook-Alicia Punzil Orozco
courtesy of Facebook-Alicia Punzil Orozco
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Fire Last Night In Downtown Pasco–Neighbors In Apartments Displaced

Last night there was a fire near the corner of 3rd and Lewis in downtown Pasco. According to kndu.com, the fire started around midnight in the abandoned building that was the old Liberty theater. They say that the apartments next to the building lost power and the people living there had to be evacuated

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Pasco man drowns at Lincoln Beach, OR
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Pasco Man Drowns at Oregon’s Lincoln Beach

The identity of the man who drowned late last evening off Lincoln Beach on Oregon's coast has been released, and he is from Tri-Cities.

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Pasco Chamber investigating scam
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Scammers Posting as Pasco Chamber to Target Businesses

The Pasco Chamber has nothing to do with a recent scam making the rounds in Tri-Cities.

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Voters will be asked to expand Three Rivers Convention Center
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Tax to Expand of Convention Center Added to November Ballot

There are two large projects that will be decided by voters this year in the Tri-Cities.

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Pasco Chamber board opposes genetic food lableing bill
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Pasco Chamber Votes to Oppose Plan to Label Genetic Food

I-522 is a hot-button issue among supporters and opponents of companies like Monsanto.

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Pasco woman settles with police department in lawsuit
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$100K Settlement Reached for Pasco Woman Who Filed Suit Against Police

Maria Devila-Marquez filed a federal civil rights lawsuit last year claiming Pasco officers unlawfully detained her and caused her injury when they were searching for a teenage girl in 2009.

According to the suit, the officers were searching for the

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Gray's Harbor Historical Seaport Authority
Gray's Harbor Historical Seaport Authority
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Come See Pirate Ships in Pasco This Weekend!

The Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority will sail two historical ships up the Columbia River this week to port in Umatilla and Pasco for this weekend and the following.

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This was the scene earlier today near the Bank of the West
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Pasco Bank Robbery Suspect Still Not Found

Around 10 a.m. today a white male about six feet tall and weighing an estimated 250 lbs walked into the Bank of the West branch on Clark Street in Pasco and tried to pull off a robbery. He may have been wearing a fake beard or disguise.

Authorities are still searching for the man and have released his photo seeking the community's help in identifying him.

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Bank of the West situation
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Pasco Bank Situation Still “Active” – Students Released from Lockdowns

An update on the Pasco Bank of the West robbery situation.

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