Dale Segle watches his son Dale Segle III, 13, haul a load of rocks out of the hole where his Entiat Valley family home used to stand before in burned down on July 1. They plan to rebuild in the same location. Helping with a shovel is Dale's son Kai Segle, 7. They are now living in the fifth-wheel trailer in the background. A benefit barbecue was held Saturday in Ardenvoir to raise funds for their new home.
Feral pigs are a problem in 39 states, including Washington, where the U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to bait and kill any remaining wild pigs in the Columbia Basin Wildlife Area in August.
Surveillance cameras from late last month showed that feral pigs are still running loose in the Columbia Basin Wildlife Area. Officials plan to bait them and try to shoot them by helicopter over the next month.
Feral Swine are not native to the U.S. They are the result of recent and historical (1500's Spanish explorers) releases of domestic swine and Eurasian boar. USDA APHIS photo Laurie Paulik.
World graphic/Jefferson Robbins Donations gathered by presidential candidates from donors in NCW, from January 2015 to June 30, 2016.
A storm pipe from Wenatchee Valley College (shown in green) will be connected to a new pipe running north up Ringold Street (shown in blue) to a city storm sewer on Ninth Street. (Drains on private property are shown in red.)
New pipe (shown in blue) will take flows from Ringold Street to Princeton Avenue. (Drains on private property are shown in red and city drains are shown in green.)
SHARED CAPTION Ben Carson, left, and Bernie Sanders drew the most donor interest from campaign contributors in North Central Washington.