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Family Resource Center to reopen Family Resource Center to reopen Yadira Galvan still is dealing with the aftermath of an April 1 car accident that injured her and her three children. But that isn't going to keep The Family Resource Center, also
I think the board and the administration work very well together...In particular, Davidson, 47, says voters shouldn't change board members mid-stream when the district is close to securing financing to build a new hospital in the Southridge area. "
Sandra Kent, 46, a senior labor and employment lawyer for CH2M Hill, was appointed to the council in 2008 to fill a vacancy when former Mayor Rob Welch resigned. She was elected in 2009 to fill the remainder of that term, and now is seeking her first
The miracle of life had a brush with death this week at Kadlec Regional Medical Center when a Richland woman had to have an emergency cesarean section immediately followed by open heart surgery. Doctors discovered that 31-year-old Ulyana Kuzmycz, who
Mike and Tanya Zaugg and their three sons dropped off the toys Wednesday. The family has a special relationship with the pediatric center because their 7-year-old son Aidan spent time there in 2008 for cancer treatments. He died in November of that
subtly right now and more noticeably in the coming year. PMH Medical Center and Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland on Monday announced a "strategic alliance" between the two hospitals. The increased collaboration already is making referrals
Shielding himself from a cool morning drizzle Thursday, Richland Mayor John Fox drew a comparison between the city's core neighborhood founded in the 1940s and the one about to be built south of Badger Mountain. Both were planned communities, but the
Kennewick General Hospital no longer will be part of the Group Health network after the end of October. The hospital and health insurer disagree about how contract negotiations reached this point, but both said Wednesday that they were disappointed.
Grace Clinic Board President Mark Brault said Kadlec made a commitment to provide ongoing financial support for the clinic, with the monthly contribution reviewed each year. "Kadlec has consistently partnered with Grace Clinic by providing services
Jeff Clark, Kadlec's vice president of human resources sat in a circle of chairs at the Richland Public Library facing about 30 hospital employees to explain why the hospital is trying to save the $400,000 it is spending each year to subsidize the