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Tri-Cities Washington (PSC) Airport

We came across this circa 1964 image from a vintage photo:

Tri-Cities Washington Airport PSC in Pasco WA

What Tri-Cities Regional Airport looks like today:

Tri-Cities Washington Airport Information:

Address:  3601 N 20th Ave, Pasco, WA 99301 | Directions
Phone: (509) 547-6352
Code: PSC
Serves: Tri-Cities Metropolitan Area

About the Tri-Cities Washington Airport:

The Tri-Cities Washington Airport (PSC) is a vibrant hub in the heart of Pasco, Washington. With over 500,000 passengers passing through its gates each year, it's a bustling center of activity for air travel in and out of the area. The airport offers nonstop flights to major US cities such as Seattle, Los Angeles, and Chicago, as well as convenient connections to international…

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Richland, WA: One Of The Ten Most Relaxed Small Cities In AmericaRichland, Washington is not only one of the most exciting cities of the world it has been acclaimed as one of the most relaxed small cities in America. The city is brilliantly managed with many travel destinations and has something for everybody. In fact a growing number of tourists visit our amazing yet peaceful place that also boasts breath-taking sceneries every year.

Well, the best part about Richland is everything can be easily accessed, minus traffic and the pandemonium in larger cities. But that’s not all, the city of Richland offers a lot of entertaining activities for both locals and visitors which mean you can never be bored of roaming in.

Come and visit Richland, WA and you will surely enjoy the variety of activities we have and of course…

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Sigh of Relief from Mid-Columbia Farmers with Passing of the Farm BillFinally, after years of setbacks, the House has passed an almost $100-billion a year compromise farm bill. The passing of the bill is not without challenges, as it met strong opposition from conservatives who were seeking a bigger cut on food stamps.

What Is the Five-Year Farm Bill?
The five-year bill, which preserves generous crop subsidies, is on its way to the Senate where it is sure to be approved. The White House has already given word that President Obama would sign it. With the backing of a strong Republican leadership team, the House approved the bill, 251-166.

Possible Repercussions
If the bill weren’t passed, it would have affected the agricultural industry, as bared by Pat Sullivan of Pasco, an orchardist and member of the Northwest Fruit…

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Tri Cities Washington The Next 2020 "Boom Town" According To Inman Real Estate News
Recently, Tri Cities Washington Real Estate is among the top 10 places in United States to experience growth in the next decade. Among the 10 metro areas in the United States, Tri Cities Washington's Kennewick, Richland, (West) and Pasco were number two (#2) on the list of "Top 2020 Real Estate Boom Towns" among potentially thousands of other candidates. Here is the top 10 list from Inman News:

Rank Metro Area Pop. 2010 Pop. 2020 (projected) % change
1 Raleigh-Cary, N.C. 1,140,057 1,546,556 35.7%
2 Kennewick-Pasco-Richland, Washington 255,485 345,779 35.3%
3 Austin-Round Rock, Texas 1,729,845

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Little ol’ Tri Cities Washington isn’t as quaint as those living here might think it is. Dating back to the early 1900s the Tri Cities has been recognized for many great accomplishments and earned a place on many different Top 10 or Top 20 lists around the nation.

The most recent accomplishment or Top 20 list that the Tri Cities has made its way on to is the American Cowboy Magazine’s Top 20 list of the best places in the west for a cowboy. The magazine looked at places where there are still beautiful pieces of untainted land, untouched by the metro areas. Places where cowboys could hang their hats with plenty of room to stretch out. The Tri Cities own Kennewick Washington made it onto the list as one of four cities in the Northwest. The article…

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The real estate forecast is looking great for the Tri Cities Washington area according to Veros Real Estate Solutions, a Santa Ana, California based technology firm. Veros has predicted that 40% of the major metro areas across the nation are expected to see home prices going up.  This forecast issued by Veros utilizes over 50 factors to enable them to produce trustworthy predictions about market trends. Some of the factors used to predict these market trends include unemployment and housing inventory levels.

One of the projected top five strongest markets is our very own Tri Cities Washington. The Tri Cities – Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland – has been predicted to see a 3.4% increase in home prices. According to Eric Fox, Vero’s vice president of…

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