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Starry eyes at private opening of Bechtel National Planetarium at Columbia Basin College
College officials, donors and other supporters -- including astronauts Charlie Duke, Story Musgrave and John Phillips -- got a sneak peek of the $1.3 million facility. Speakers, from CBC President Richard Cummins to Frank Russo, project director for Bechtel National at the Hanford site, noted the importance of the facility.
Tri-City Herald, December 5, 2012
KNDU TV, December 4, 2012
KVEW TV, December 4, 2012
Tri-City native's art to be featured at Super Bowl
It may not be the culmination of an already accomplished career, but Anthony Holand's artwork is going to the Super Bowl. The 32-year-old master metal sculptor and Columbia Basin College graduate owns one of America's premier weathervane makers.
Tri-City Herald, December 3, 2012
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