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Minuteman Press of Kennewick is your local source for all your printing, marketing, and promotional needs. Owners Steve and Eileen Anglesey have called the Tri-Cities their home for almost 30 years. The entire Columbia Basin from Prosser to Walla Walla including West Richland, Benton City, Richland, Pasco and Kennewick... our community, our neighbors, our home.
Come visit us at our shop in Kennewick, right behind the mall on Gage Blvd., and talk over your next printing, copying, direct mail, or promotional product needs. Or continue to search our site for how we can help you become more successful in whatever you’re pursuing.
Brand Identity, ask us about business cards, letterhead, envelopes, promotional products and signage. Productivity, ask us about NCR forms, stamps, pads, and calendars. Marketing, ask us about Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM), post cards, flyers, brochures, and Minuteman Xpress.
Minuteman Press of Kennewick is actively involved in our local community. We support local schools, churches, non-profits and sports teams and are active members of the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce and local Business Referral Network.
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Kennewick has a new Man and a Woman of the year. The pair received the honors at the end of last month.
What worked at Columbia Elementary School, near Kennewick, in the 1960s is not working so well in the 21st Century, hence a call for increased funding.
The Reach museum in the Tri-Cities area is searching for a new CEO.
Earlier this month, John Lunceford, a bus driver with the Kennewick School District, picked up a student who was crying because his hands and ears were so cold. The child did not have a hat or gloves and both of his hands and ears were bright red.
Mid-Columbia Musical Theater is all set to run Ragtime this month.
Kennewick currently has some of the lowest water and sewer rates in the Tri-City area. When a public hearing and vote takes place later this month, it is possible that the city will raise its rates. The increased revenue from the rate hikes would fund capital projects and help the city deal with a growing population.
Dr. Bart Roach, a dentist in Kennewick, has made a name for himself thanks to his volunteer work, and will be continuing his humanitarian work this fall.
For the second year in a row, more than 40 public service agencies, social service organizations and local businesses will work together to help Kennewick and Tri-Cities residents in need.
A number of book clubs and discussion groups in the Tri-City area are giving Kennewick residents a chance to not just curl up with a good book this summer, but share their passion for reading with others as well.
After taking a few years off, the Metalwolf Music Festival is returning to the Tri-Cities area this August.
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