Kennewick Man http://nwpr.org en Old Questions About Newly-Exposed Bones On Columbia River Shore http://nwpr.org/post/old-questions-about-newly-exposed-bones-columbia-river-shore <a href="http://cpa.ds.npr.org/northwestnews/audio/2014/03/031114AK_Wanapum_Bones_web.mp3" class="asset-audio"></a><p>Grant County officials and Native Americans are patrolling round the clock to keep sacred and sensitive sites protected on miles of exposed Columbia River shoreline.<p> Wed, 12 Mar 2014 01:31:58 +0000 Anna King 42653 at http://nwpr.org Old Questions About Newly-Exposed Bones On Columbia River Shore Buff Kennewick Man Had Coastal Diet http://nwpr.org/post/buff-kennewick-man-had-coastal-diet <p>For nearly a decade, scientists and Northwest tribes fought bitterly over whether to bury or study the 9,500 year old bones known as Kennewick Man. Now, after years of careful examination, scientists are releasing some of their findings to tribes at meetings this week in Central Washington. As correspondent Anna King reports, Kennewick Man grew up on the coast. Thu, 11 Oct 2012 13:31:25 +0000 Anna King 16572 at http://nwpr.org Buff Kennewick Man Had Coastal Diet Turns Out Kennewick Man Not From Kennewick http://nwpr.org/post/turns-out-kennewick-man-not-kennewick <p>Kennewick Man spent most of his life on the coast, not in the region on the Columbia River where he was found. So says the federal scientist who fought for nearly 10 years to study the 9,500 year old bones. The scientist released some of his findings at a conference this week with Northwest tribes<br><br>Kennewick Man’s bones give an indication of what he ate, and how he lived. The research shows he wasn’t fond of oysters or clams but instead his menu included big sea creatures like seals.</p> Thu, 11 Oct 2012 00:16:50 +0000 Anna King 16549 at http://nwpr.org Turns Out Kennewick Man Not From Kennewick Illegal Sewage Dumper In Kennewick, Wash., Fined $50,000 http://nwpr.org/post/illegal-sewage-dumper-kennewick-wash-fined-50000 <p>PolRICHLAND, Wash. &ndash; State regulators have fined a port-o-john operator in southeast Washington for illegally dumping raw sewage down a manhole at least five times. Some of the $50,000 in fines will go to the city of Kennewick, which had to clean up waste that backed up into streets. Thu, 16 Feb 2012 00:09:41 +0000 Anna King 3223 at http://nwpr.org Illegal Sewage Dumper In Kennewick, Wash., Fined $50,000