By Katie Teachout
The Journal 

City open parks

Golf course and playgrounds ready for weekend

 

Last updated 5/8/2020 at 7:39pm

Katie Teachout

Grace Ramirez, 6, was on her way home to Tri-Cities with her family when they stopped to take a break at the Ritzville City Park. Ramirez's grandmother, Carolyn Grace, said there is no old-fashioned Merry Go Round like this one to be found in the Tri-Cities, so they took advantage of the opportunity to stop and play.

RITZVILLE -- Mayor Gary Cook and city council members approved opening the city's golf course and parks earlier this week.

Public works staff had the yellow police tape removed and restrooms clean and ready to go Tuesday, May 5, in time for Governor Jay Inslee's relaxing of restrictions.

Carolyn Grace, her daughter Holly Ramirez, and her granddaughters Grace, 6 and Francesca, 4, were grateful for the opportunity to get out and stretch their legs Friday afternoon on a trip from Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, home to Tri-Cities.

"We don't have an old-fashioned merry-go-round like this one in the Tri-Cit...



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