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Justice Department will aid Pasco police

PASCO, Wash. (AP) — The federal office of Community Oriented Policing Services will offer technical assistance and training to the Pasco Police Department.

Brian Choate’s overtime blast powers Central Valley into State 4A soccer final four

Brian Choate called it “probably the best moment of my life.” Better ones may follow for the Central Valley senior, but this will do just fine for now. Deep into overtime Saturday afternoon, CV and visiting Pasco seemed headed toward a penalty-kick shootout that would send the winner to the State 4A soccer semifinals. Though down a man, Pasco was mounting another counterattack when midfielder Noah Whitman made a sliding tackle, won the ball and passed it upfield.

Jim Kershner’s this day in history

From our archives, 100 years ago Pasco and Kennewick marked the opening of navigation to the sea with a festive celebration, culminating in the “allegorical wedding” of Miss Columbia and Mr. Snake.

Officer who shot Pasco man had earlier saved him from fire

PASCO, Wash. - One of the officers who killed an immigrant farmworker in Washington state in a shooting that helped fuel the nationwide debate over police use of force had dragged the man away from his burning rental home just weeks earlier.

Jim Kershner’s this day in history

From our archives, 100 years ago In a remote area north of Sandpoint, O.C. Henry entered the cabin of W.B. Mabie and was acting rowdy.

Lawyer in Ferguson case to represent slain Pasco man’s family

PASCO – The high-profile attorney who represented the family of a black man killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, says he’ll represent the parents of an unarmed Mexican man shot to death by officers this month in Pasco. The Feb. 10 killing of Antonio Zambrano-Montes – captured on video by a witness – has sparked protests and calls for a federal investigation.

Hanford edges Mead for crown

PASCO – The Mead boys track team, the winningest team in the history of the Pasco Invite, came within a handful of points from winning its 13th championship. Hanford, a 3A team from Richland, used a victory in the discus and a second in the 200 meters to vault past Mead at the 53rd annual Invite. Hanford finished with 50 points to Mead’s 43 at Edgar Brown Stadium’s John Crawford Track.

Criticism of record walleye misguided

Most people who’ve seen the photo in Wednesday’s paper of John Grubenhoff holding the Washington-record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory. But a surprisingly high percentage of readers are critical.

Landers: Record walleye draws unfair scrutiny

Most people who’ve seen the photo in Wednesday’s paper of John Grubenhoff holding the Washington record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory. But a surprisingly high percentage of readers are critical.

Several area athletes win, but no team titles at Pasco

PASCO – The 52nd Pasco Invite was a day for Inland Northwest track and field athletes to shine. On a partly cloudy day with a chilly breeze that steadily freshened into a stiffer wind as the meet proceeded, Spokane-area teams took a backseat to 11 individual winners and a victorious relay.