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Annexation on the table

The City Council tonight is expected to consider an annexation request for parcels along state Highway 22.

State issues travel alerts

State transportation officials are warning motorists about possible traffic delays through the end of this week.

School board has vacancy

The School Board is looking for a new member as a result of the resignation of Bruce Matsumura submitted last week.

Man faces assault charge

A local man faces domestic violence and assault charges for an altercation he had with his girlfriend.

City to review wage hikes

Potential monthly pay raises, one by as much as $1,635, will be reviewed at City Council’s Committee as a Whole meeting tonight.

Eluding, DUI charges filed

A local man is awaiting a preliminary hearing on multiple charges.

Provider changes name

A health care provider has a new name starting today.

Grant set for apprenticeships

The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries is receiving a federal grant to expand apprenticeship opportunities.

Free yoga lessons planned

Fresh air and free yoga lessons are the draw for a 9 a.m. Sunday program at Howard Amon Park near the Richland Community Center, 500 Amon Road N.

Chalk art fest tomorrow

The Uptown Shopping Center, will host the annual Chalk Art Festival from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow at the 1365 George Washington Way parking lot.

Children’s Choir in concert

The famed African Children’s Choir will be in concert at 6 p.m. tomorrow at John Dam Plaza, 1815 George Washington Way.

Park hosting bluegrass music

Enjoy a free park day and a bluegrass music festival this weekend at Sacajawea State Park, 2503 Sacajawea Park Road.

Shakespeare auditions set

Auditions for Valley Theatre Company’s production of “Complete Works of William Shakespeare are set for 6:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Princess Theater, 1228 Meade Ave.

Board to review superintendent

The superintendent’s job performance will be under review Monday during a special School Board meeting.

Water back in service

Irrigation water should again be flowing after a canal break shut down the service Monday night.