Mario Forzan shuffled around under the shade of a red canopy, periodically checking on chicken and pork tamales cooking in a pot as attendants of the second ¡Viva Vancouver! Latin Festival trickled into the event Sunday afternoon at Esther Short Park.
Many women love to go fly fishing. But not many women are members of Trout Unlimited, an environmental-conservation organization launched by anglers in the 1950s. Instead of stocking lakes and streams artificially, they wanted to protect and nurture freshwater fish habitats sustainably.
Riverview Bancorp saw a 63 percent increase in its net income in the first quarter of fiscal year 2019 (March to June 2018), with $4.4 million in net income compared to $2.7 million over the same period the year prior.
Hundreds of Evergreen Public Schools union members and their supporters turned the district office’s parking lot into a sea of red Tuesday evening as they demonstrated in favor of increasing teachers’ wages.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is moving forward with a plan to remove the traffic signals from Highway 500, replacing the intersections on Northeast 42nd Avenue/Falk Road and Northeast 54th Avenue/Stapleton Road with right in/right out interchanges.