Tri Cities Washington EconomyMSNBC is reporting Moody's Adversity Index has 93% of the country's metropolitan areas in a recession. However, of the 28 metro areas not in a recession is the Tri Cities of Washington's, Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco. In fact, the Tri Cities is the only metro area in the state of Washington not in a recession. Add these relevant articles, and Tri Cities Washington could very well be the best place to live in the United States:

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Glad to hear you guys are not affected too much by this horrible crisis facing millions of people. Regards

Posted by Arroyo Grande Real Estate on Friday, July 17th, 2009 at 8:41pm

Hell-o: These articles are very interesting read. My husband and I have lived on the east coast for many years. We are long time employees of chemical companies, had beautiful benefits and salaries. Now we are retired, receiving a pension along with Social Security. We are living within our means but that is with close watch of our investments and not to be too quick to overspend. One of our children's husband lost his job twice in one year. This was a big concern but all worked out and he is currently employed again with a reputable company and once again burning the midnight candle to get ahead. We have kept a lot of faith and family guidance to pull him through and today he is happy. We look out around us and hear the awful stories of others, see the sad news and talk to other families who are going through bad hardships. Time will heal and eventually jobs will be had but the big ingredient is time......Unemployment, food banks, Government assistance, no fee school lunches, special health care for the children. etc. God Bless all who are searching, you will receive soon.

Posted by Pat on Monday, March 1st, 2010 at 4:57pm

Thanks for the reply. It's good to hear some folks having some success with the phone. Since I originally posted this article, both of our phones have had to be returned under warranty 4-5 times. Once the year runs out, I wonder what will happen. :(

Keep in mind, this article was a complaint about Kennewick Sprint's bad customer service.

Posted by Joe & Colleen on Friday, April 9th, 2010 at 4:55pm

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