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Trios Hospital Ribbon Cutting Draws Crowd

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The final steps are being made to open the state's newest hospital. The final steps are being made to open the state's newest hospital.
KENNEWICK, WA - The final steps are being made to open the state's newest hospital.

An invite only ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Friday night. Local and state dignitaries made appearances and spoke to the crowd about the new Trios Hospital at Southridge.

Governor Jay Inslee was the guest of honor. He spoke highly of the decades of work done to open this hospital's doors.

"We have done extensive research and we have concluded that the three most magnificent buildings on the world today are the cocoliseumn Rome, the US Capitol in Washington D.C. and Trios Southridge Hospital," said Governor Inslee.

You can take a tour of the hospital on Saturday from noon to six.
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