Hanford History Partnership

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KING 5 News (Seattle): Project aims to preserve voices of Hanford’s history

November 15, 2013

Seventy years ago, the U.S. military evacuated two small communities in southeast Washington and created a place called Hanford. The historic moments that happened there since can get lost in all the news the nuclear cleanup is creating today. Now, a major effort is underway to preserve the voices of Hanford's past. KING 5’s Gary Chittim reports.

Tri-City Herald: Hanford history collected at B Reactor 70th anniversary

August 30, 2013

Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business: Hanford History Partnership preserves unique past of Tri-Cities

April 22, 2013

Photos from the Hanford History Partnership press conference (Flickr)

Slideshow: flickr.com/photos/wsutricities/sets/72157632926221036/show/
Photos by Heather Willoughby/WSU Tri-Cities: flickr.com/photos/wsutricities/sets/72157632926221036/
March 5, 2013

Tri-City Herald: Hanford History Partnership aims to preserve heritage

March 6, 2013 (page A1)

Northwest Public Radio: Washington State University Leads New Hanford Oral History Project

March 5, 2013

KNDU NBC: Tri-Cities Agencies Teaming Up to Save Hanford's History

March 5, 2013

KVEW ABC: Mid-Columbia agencies team up to preserve Hanford's history

March 5, 2013