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The Tri-Cities is blessed with 300 days of glorious sunshine and an average of less than eight inches of precipitation each year. Located in the southeastern heart of Washington State, the Tri-Cities landscape is vast and open, mottled with curved hillsides, dramatic cliff-fronts, endless miles of rippling rivers and sweeping vineyards and farmlands. Amongst the…

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The Tri-Cities is famous for wine, for rippling rows of golden wheat, for three rolling rivers that swiftly merge into one and for the kaleidoscope of color each time the sun sinks into the vastness, turning the twinkling daylight into a deep blue, luminous dome. Known for the deeply rooted connection to the land, the…

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The Tri-Cities is known for its hot, dry sunshine, its celebrated wines, the cool, refreshing rivers that snake through the cities and for an unmatched and intense authenticity in its people and their food. Miss Tamale The realness is especially apparent walking into Miss Tamale in the Richland Parkway. The music is loud, the colors…

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As the days grow shorter, darker and quietly fade away from the brilliance of the fall, nightfall begins to sparkle throughout the Tri-Cities. Streets are adorned in holiday color and cheer, neighborhoods are draped in lush and glittering adornments and the entire community shimmers with the spirit of the season. Christmas in the Tri-Cities is…

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Thanksgiving in the Tri-Cities is more than just a day; it is a season. It is a season of giving, of gratitude and a season of togetherness that reaches farther than family, friends or neighbors. It is a season that spans throughout the community in wide, sweeping expressions of solidarity…a community woven in thankfulness. Joel…

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Visiting the Tri-Cities There are over 200 wineries within a one-hour drive of the Tri-Cities, many of them are award-winning and producing world renowned wines. The AVAs around the Tri-Cities are often referred to as a “young Napa Valley,” and the Tri-Cities has been aptly coined the Heart of Washington Wine Country.™ In addition to…

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The Plan On October 16th, 1805 Richland was put on the map thanks to the famous cross-country journey by Lewis and Clark. After purchasing Louisiana from France in 1803, President Jefferson wanted to explore more of his great country. He wanted to affirm the sovereignty of the United States, find a waterway to the Pacific…

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