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MLB’s $300 Million Man Was Once a Tri-City Dust Devil
The Tri-City Dust Devils are back, baby!
The Tri-City Dust Devils have been a Tri-Cities institution since 2001. Entering their 20th season (2020 was canceled), the team is celebrating new beginnings. For the past 19 seasons, the team had been a short-season A affiliate, playing a 76-game summer seas…
Where Can You Bike Near Tri-Cities?
Where are all of the best bike trails near Tri-Cities, Washington?
If you live in Tri-Cities, chances are you're an outdoors person. Sitting around and watching TV is fun when you're tired but that's not how folks here spend every waking moment...
8 Things People in Tri-Cities Are Sick of Hearing
Living in Tri-Cities has its perks and its quirks.
Every town has its perks and Tri-Cities certainly has some of its own. In my time here, I've found some awesome qualities and benefits of living here. We've got some great food trucks, restaurants, and wineries...
These Tiny Washington Towns Have Less Than 50 People
How small are Washington's smallest towns?
I'm no stranger to small towns. I grew up in a town in Iowa that had about 1,500 people. Everyone knew everyone and you were expected to wave back when you passed oncoming traffic on the roads. We had one main street and the drug store was the bigg…
8 Things That Could Blow Away in a Tri-Cities Windstorm
The wind has a tendency to complicate pre-existing problems. Remember in September when the wildfires turned the sky red in Oregon? How about when the wind brought that smoke our way and made our air hazardous for like a week? It wasn't just here, it was most of the Pacific Northwest...

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