KHQ is proud to support the local business community as we face the COVID-19 outbreak together. Browse this collection of information from our most trusted partners, as they do their part to keep our community health and happy!

We appreciate the continued support of our Latah Creek family and community during this trying time. The safety of our employees and guests is of utmost importance as we navigate the continual changes set forth. Our priority lies in providing excellent customer care and service while continu…

Open for Delivery Only! You can keep your bird feeders filled by ordering by phone at 509-862-4715 or online at Shipping is FREE on all orders over $75* (some restrictions apply). For orders in a 20-mile radius of the store, use the code FREESHIP.

Mallory Paint Store is offering free delivery to our local businesses and neighbors! We are proud to support our community.  Whether it’s through the essential supply of PPE products to healthcare facilities and government agencies or more domestic interactions like color selection and home …

The UPS Store is considered an essential business during this difficult time. As such we will remain open, serving our community's needs for shipping, packaging, returning, printing, and more. 

Kevin Pereira and Jhon Goodwin met in high school and the trouble soon began. The Lost Boys’ Garage is the culmination of that 25 year friendship. We have dreamed of a place where Lost Boys’ (and Lost Ladies’ of course) of our group, and those we have yet to meet, can gather and play!

For 25 years, a commitment to, and passion for, hearty and flavorful food, heartfelt service and public safety has been the core of our mission at Firehouse Subs. Given the state of affairs with COVID-19/Coronavirus, our public safety values resonate more than ever.

There really was a guy named “Zip.” Robert “Zip” Zuber built his first Zip’s Drive In with the motto “Thrift and Swift” in Kennewick, Washington in 1953, wisely figuring to serve the workers, scientists, and their families coming to the Tri-Cities to work in the new nuclear industry.

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