The sanctuary and adoption center near Arlington has plenty of “catios.” It started in Kathy Centala’s basement in 1988.
The city will convert one soccer field to synthetic turf as part of a $1.7 million upgrade of Strawberry Fields.
Now in its 45th year, the three-day festival features bluegrass with a mountain backdrop and camping in the woods.
Farmers spend long hours in the barn to watch over their animals as new lives begin.
Safety is also a priority for the first of many projects starting this spring on Highway 531, near the Cascade Industrial Center.
Its owners bet a part-time gig could be a successful business. They just needed more space.
The Arlington electric airplane maker says the change in leadership won’t affect upcoming flight plans.
By Jerry Cornfield and Zachariah Bryan
By Cameron Sheppard