Tag Archives | Tri-Cities, WA

Hotter than…

I doubt the temp has gone down at all in the 10 minutes since I took this screenshot. Probably gone up, in fact. Checking … no … okay, still says 108 degrees. I know Seattle and Portland had a little burst of 100+ temps, but we’ve been at or above 100 for about three weeks […]

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Visiting the McGees? Try April

Our friends and family are welcome to visit us at any time of year, but if you’re smart and thinking ahead, you’ll come visit in April. I think it’s gotta be the best time to come see us. Here’s why: If you come visit us in April, you’ll be able to see… our tulips in […]

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Tastykakes in Tri-Cities

It was just an ordinary trip to the Richland Wal-Mart, until we walked in and these were the very first thing I saw…. They had a big display of Tastykakes right at the front entrance, as if they somehow knew the tasty awesomeness that’s included in every box. For those of you who grew up […]

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Entrepreneurial Idea #718: Make Crime Pay

In tough times like this, it seems some of our fellow Tri-Citians have found a novel way of making a few extra bucks: by turning in criminals. So far this year, Crime Stoppers has paid out $3,800 in rewards to 20 people, with $1,400 given just in October and November, said Mike Blatman, the law […]

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One Reason We Love the Tri-Cities

Since leaving my last company job in mid-September to work for myself, I’ve been contacted by search marketing companies on both coasts wanting to know if I’d consider relocating the family and coming to work for them. In one case, I had to think about it a bit; in another case, it was a quick, […]

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Pasco Pet Store Sells Sick Puppies

How does something like this happen? There’s a story in our local paper that talks about a Petland store in Pasco that recently sold four puppies that were sick with Parvo. Two of the four have died. Yikes! Here’s the part I don’t get: It’s unclear whether the puppies were infected at the store or […]

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