- seattlepi.comNov 09 03:35 PM
A new national park, with sites in Washington and two other states, will recognize and welcome visitors to three locales at which the United States undertook a crash program to develop nuclear weapons during World War II. The Manhattan Project National Historic Park includes the Hanford B Reactor, located on the Columbia River north of Richland, which manufactured plutonium used in two of the ...
- The Spokesman-ReviewNov 15 12:15 AM
Wednesday, Americans commemorated the service of millions of military veterans. Sandwiched around that day were four other events that will bring greater recognition to the thousands of civilian scientists and workers whose efforts at three nuclear installations helped end World War II. Theirs is a remarkable story well worth telling for what they achieved, and because we live with its ...
- Seattle TimesNov 20 04:46 PM
History isn’t static. The dedication of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, which includes the Hanford B Reactor, reminds us the challenge of preventing the use of atomic weapons — as well as the imperative to clean up the Hanford nuclear reservation.
- KNDO - KNDU Tri-CitiesNov 12 06:52 PM
President Bush signed the Manhattan Project National Historical Park Study Act 11 years ago.
- The Spokesman-ReviewNov 07 12:23 AM
Blaine Castrey of Vancouver is self-employed, often working seven days a week. When he gets a chance to go salmon fishing in the Columbia River, well, it’s a special day.
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