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Mead wins Pasco Invite track title

PASCO – The weather and the competition lived up to billing Saturday at the sun-splashed 51st annual Pasco Invite track and field meet. Mead’s boys captured a 12th Pasco championship behind double individual winner Wes Bailey (200 meters and 400), Davian Barlow (long jump) and Sam Hilmes (javelin).

CdA hurdler Struble has speedy goals

The state meet last year whet the appetite of Coeur d’Alene hurdler Morgan Struble. Now Struble is hoping to run times unheard of in Idaho this spring in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles.

Ethanol spills in Pasco rail yard accident

Two trains collided in a switching yard at Pasco, derailing two locomotives and about a dozen cars. One of them has leaked about 2,000 gallons of ethanol.

Company plans to resize, reroute megaloads through Spokane

Imperial Oil/ExxonMobil on Monday announced a new route for the company’s Canada-bound, Korean-made oil field equipment: right through Spokane on U.S. Highway 395 and Interstate 90. ExxonMobil’s initial plan to move 200-plus megaloads along a twisting, scenic byway in Idaho and Montana has become mired in permitting delays and legal challenges.

Pasco Invite celebrates 50th anniversary with golden marks

PASCO – The 50th Pasco Invite proved gold can be mined just about anywhere in track and field. Among the numerous highlights on the blustery, overcast Saturday at Edgar Brown Stadium were relatively easy wins in the boys shot put and discus by a pair of Northeast A standouts.

A new citizen

George Mendoza, the first principal at Virgie Robinson Elementary School in Pasco, became a U.S. citizen along with 47 other immigrants at a naturalization ceremony in Spokane Tuesday