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Kennewick

(kĕn`əwĭk), city (1990 pop. 42,155), Benton co., SE Wash., on the Columbia River near the influx of the Snake River, in an irrigated farm and vineyard region; inc. 1904. With Richland and Pasco, it is part of a tricity regional economic unit. Among the crops processed in the city are vegetables, potatoes, sugar beets, cherries, corn, wheat, and grapes. Cattle are raised, and machinery, metal products, textiles, fertilizers, and electronics are manufactured. The U.S. Department of Energy's nearby Hanford Reservation (established during World War II) and various hydroelectric dams and power plants on the Columbia River are also important to the economy.
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Caption: Todd Newhouse, chair of the newly renamed Washington Winegrowers, addresses members at the group's annual conference in Kennewick.
The remains were discovered in 1996 by two college students wading near the muddy banks of the Columbia River near Kennewick, Wash.
In 2004, a federal judge denied a request by five Northwest tribes, including the Colville, to bury Kennewick Man as one of their ancestors.
Having said that, the juxtaposition of published images of Kennewick Man or the Ancient One seem curious and contradictory, due to those who would find this to be tantamount to a sacrilegious and offensive act, bordering on a form of visual desecration in and of itself.
WHERE: Columbia Park, Kennewick, WA CAROUSEL: 1910 Carmel CRITTER: Spectacularly carved armored horses.
The Army Corps showed further signs of trying to stymie research by dumping dirt and rocks on the site where Kennewick Man was found.
The bones found scattered in the mud acquired a name: Kennewick Man.
So they hid the skull in some bushes and notified the police in Kennewick, Washington.
located in Kennewick, Washington, is a full-service contract manufacturer for the electronic industry.
Major organization : KENNEWICK, CITY OF - ENGINEERING DEPT.
Two-time defending champion Willamette Valley of Eugene lost 4-3 to Kennewick, Wash.
Kennewick Man, the roughly 9,000-year-old human skeleton discovered in Washington State in 1996, has had his day in court and now appears headed for the laboratory.