Regional News


(Richland, WA)  --  This year's Pacific Northwest sweet cherry crop has a chance at setting a record.  The current forecast is for 22-point-seven-million, 20-pound boxes, but some growers are saying the haul could easily surpass the 23-point-two-million-box record set in 2014.  The 2016 crop came in at just under 21-million boxes.  Producers say the first cherries of the season will likely be picked in early June.

Hide Comments

Traffic

 

 

  • Click the link above to get the latest road conditions.

 

KBND ON FACEBOOK
 
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
News Disclaimers