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Since the early 90's the city of Granger, Wash. has been building cement dinosaurs.
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Toppenish Railway Museum
Railways brought people west and Toppenish is "Where The West Still Lives!"
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Second generation survivor and author Marja Henderson details her family history.
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Hydroplane Crew Chief
Cindy Shirley became the first female hydroplane crew chief for a nationally ranked team.
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A Passion for Pottery
After a twenty four year hiatus, Pete Glarborg nurtures a life long passion for pottery.
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Red Mountain Trails
Owners Teresa and Jeff started the business of horse rides through vineyards organically.
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'Dentistry For Good'
A Tri-Cities dentist is treating patients in a remote Guatemalan village.
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No better place to capture stunning photos than right here in the Northwest.
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What exactly is a sour beer? Cameron Johnson, owner of Young Buck Brewing, explains.
Reviving the Past
Ben Harlow brought a 1948 Gibson tractor back to life.
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Patsy Hull has walked 15,000 miles, the distance from Seattle to New York 2.5 times.
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Instruments that Keep On Playing
A local group from took on a project that puts instruments back in the hands of kids!
KIm Izaguirre-Merlos is an NPR contributor. What's she working on next?
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Building a Wine Village
The city of Kennewick and the Port of Kennewick have teamed to transform a neighborhood
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Learn how gardening is helping local communities in Tri Cities.
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WSU Tri-Cities Remote Airplane
What do you get when you mix 6 hard working students with a goal to fly some tennis balls?
Local Moscow artist talks about her passion for creating sculptures out of wood.
Psychiana, was apart of the New Thought Movement that came out of Moscow, Idaho.
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Spillover: Where We Are Now
WSU researchers are helping to lead the effort to prevent deadly diseases worldwide.
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Spillover: WSU Fights Nipah
Dr. Hector Aguilar-Carreno of WSU is helping to figure out how the Nipah virus attacks.
What's New With MCBONES
MCBONES site in Tri-Cities, WA continues to grow and surprise researchers.
Camp Candoo - Inspiring Kids & Families
Camp Candoo, located on the campus of WSU Spokane, aims to help kids with Apraxia.
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Brent Glover founded and operates an equine rescue ranch in eastern Washington.
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Tiny St. John Washington hosts two big jet sprint boat races each summer.
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