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April, 25 2015: Tri-City March for Babies raises more than $135,000

More than 500 Tri-Citians gather in Richland's john Dam Plaza Saturday to walk in the March for Babies.


March 20, 2015: MSA Sponsors the Tri-Cities Cancer Center's Fundraising Breakfast

March 19, 2015: DOE-NNSA, Washington to take part in regional exercise in Benton and Franklin Counties

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) Radiological Assistance Program (RAP) along with representatives from the states of Washington, Idaho, California and Hawaii will participate in a regional capstone exercise Thursday.


March 13, 2015: MSA supports Junior Achievement Bowling Classic

MSA supports Junior Achievement Bowling Classic.


February 10, 2015: Wilkinson named chief operations officer for Hanford's MSA

Mission Support Alliance at Hanford has named Bob Wilkinson its new chief operations officer. The Department of Energy contractor announced Monday that Dave Ruscitto is retiring, after holding the position since 2010.


February 6, 2015: Hanford's Mission Support Alliance earns $16.5 million for fiscal 2014

Hanford's Mission Support Alliance earns $16.5 million for fiscal 2014.


January 29, 2015: Editorial: We're thankful for Frank Armijo's legacy

Editorial: We're thankful for Frank Armijo's legacy.


January 28, 2015: Johnson brings business background to Hanford's MSA

Bill Johnson, the newly named president of Mission Support Alliance at Hanford, will bring 22 years of professional experience to the Department of Energy contractor when he starts work Fe. 2.


January 26, 2015: Armijo to leave Hanford's Mission Support Alliance, new president named

Pasco native and civic leader Frank Armijo will be leaving his job as president of Hanford's Mission Support Alliance to do more corporate work for Lockheed Martin.


January 26,2015: Richland, West Richland rank high in best Washington cities for young adult job seekers

Being home to Hanford, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and regional medical care hub helps make the Tri-Cities a hopping place for young adult job seekers, according to financial website Nerd Wallet.




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