To an outsider, the dilapidated farm house looks cold, uninviting. But, to Patricia Kent, 29, and her fiance, Dillon Haggerty, 29, it's the literal framework for a dream home where they envision sitting around a dinner table, eating food they grow themselves on the property's 7 acres.
It's no anniversary to celebrate. Nevertheless, Thursday will mark a year since United Grain Corp. at the Port of Vancouver locked out up to 44 union dockworkers after a simmering contract dispute came to a boil.
Businesses flooded and Northeast Fourth Plain Road closed for hours Tuesday after a van crashed into a fire hydrant, causing thousands of gallons of water to spew onto Fourth Plain between 121st and 131st avenues in the North Image neighborhood.
Three Clark County businesses have been added to a list of retailers in six states that received meat products from Rancho Feeding Corp. of Petaluma, Calif., that have been recalled for being from "diseased and unsound animals."