Jacinta Cox has been looking for a new house to rent since late May with no luck. She and her family have lived in the same place for eight years, but the landlord wants to sell the house. The Cox family would love to stay in Camas, but Jacinta has had to widen her search.
Sheriff Garry Lucas says his position is "that the law enforcement role is a neutral enforcement role that preserves the peace, protects life and property, and protects the rights of the parties as it relates both to the law and the Constitution of the United States."
By SHELBY SEBENS for The Columbian
July 29, 2014 10 a.m.
Success is allowing John and Kathryn Claus to finally move forward with long-delayed plans to build a new, much larger animal hospital. “We’re doing this because we need to better service our client base and we can’t do it here,” he said.
Mar Meyerhoefer was born in Madrid, Spain, but lived and traveled in the United States growing up. She and her husband began dreaming of owning a vineyard and introducing people to Spanish wines and culture — when they retired. They moved the timetable up and launched their wine venture even while holding their day jobs. Mar wanted to share her love of travel, culture and food over a glass of wine. Emanar Cellars was launched.
The future of Papa Murphy's, the take-and-bake pizza chain, rides on CEO Ken Calwell's leadership, and it's difficult to think he won't succeed when you witness him deliver his plan to win the 21st-century pizza wars.
Two environmental groups on Friday filed an appeal seeking to overturn a lower court's decision that the Port of Vancouver complied with state environmental laws when it approved a lease for the Northwest's largest oil transfer terminal.
Citing threats from union pickets, state grain inspectors are refusing to enter United Grain Corp.'s export facility at the Port of Vancouver, prompting the company to shut down the largest grain elevator on the West Coast. The latest development in the bitter, 17-month-long standoff between United Grain, and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union has triggered a new round of finger-pointing, with no solution in sight.
The big-windowed building near the corner of Southeast Mill Plain and Interstate 205 used to sell used cars for profit. Now it sells used and donated building materials, and folds the revenues into the construction of new homes for the working poor.