Volunteers regularly feeding homeless people in Esther Short Park over the winter have run into questions about food handling and safety from Clark County Public Health since their story hit this newspaper and other media a few weeks ago. But because the group is informal and essentially leaderless, those questions still haven't been answered satisfactorily, according to a health department official.
Eight years after it was first proposed, the controversial rezoning of more than 1,000 acres of land along the White Salmon River remains tied up in a legal battle that has reached the Washington State Court of Appeals.
Meeting a family with three deaf children changed Katie Raymond's career. After getting to know the family, she decided to become an interpreter. Raymond says: "I am most excited about video interpreting. I am able to help people understand complex subjects."
A year-long renovation of four historic wooden buildings at Fort Vancouver's West Barracks will begin this summer, converting the Artillery Barracks, Infantry Barracks, Quartermaster Storehouse and Dental Surgeon's Building into residential apartments and space for office, retail and hospitality use.