RICHLAND, Wash.-- From the start of the initial shut downs related to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses and homeowners in Washington were allowed to make needed repairs. In those cases where repairs require a permit, most also require an inspection to ensure that the work is done properly
RICHLAND, Wash.-- The Richland City Council has selected an interim city manager, just weeks after voting last month to remove long-time city manager Cindy Reents.
Jon Amundson has been working for the City of Richland since 2008 according to his LinkedIn profile, and most recently was the Assistant City Manager.
RICHLAND, Wash.-- As state-wide numbers of new coronavirus cases and deaths start leveling off, more and more state leaders and business owners anticipate receiving information from Gov. Jay Inslee about when the economy will re-open.
While they're waiting, many business and restaurant owners are also looking for the help that was promised when they were told in March to dial back their busines
RICHLAND, Wash.-- In the midst of so much uncertainty, and despite the current school year being on an indefinite pause due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Richland School District is moving ahead with its search for a new superintendent.
The school board announced earlier this year that it has selected four finalists to replace Rick Schulte when he retires at the end of the school year