QWERKY is as QWERKY does, but over this past summer and fall, QWERKY didn’t do much. That’s about to change, with the launch of QWERKY’s second season, now in a new location: Columbia River High School.
Demand for housing has surged in Clark County in recent years, driving home prices to near record highs and pushing both developers and county officials to explore new strategies to ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing.
Northeast Hazel Dell — Fifty-five fifth-graders from Image Elementary School participated in a Farm to Fork field day event at the 78 Street Heritage Farm hosted by Washington State University Extension’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education.
Robert F. Kennedy had the reputation of being a tough guy, taking on Jimmy Hoffa and fighting crime as President John F. Kennedy’s right-hand man and attorney general. But I’ll always see him as the quintessential gentleman, campaigning for his brother in the fall of 1960.
A proposal to modify plans for a new road aimed at relieving congestion and connecting Northeast 99th Street to Northeast 72nd Avenue is drawing objections from nearby residents and has split an advisory group over whether to recommend the project.
HAZEL DELL — Rhododendron Place, a housing development for homeless people that is under construction in Hazel Dell, has received an additional $4.2 million in federal low-income housing tax credit equity financing from California-based Hunt Capital Partners. Hunt announced the deal Thursday.