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Chris Corbin, far right, stands with his family, from left, parents John and Kathy and wife Jennifer Corbin, at the site of his $3.5 million development at 6481 W. Skagit Ave. in Kennewick, adjacent to Chuck E. Cheese, where he plans to welcome dozens of food trucks in one location. (Courtesy Chris Corbin)

Food truck pavilion targets spring opening

First stop – Kennewick. Followed by the remainder of the Tri-Cities, every college town, and then the rest of America....
Non-Fiction Food Truck, the latest offering from Bookwalter Winery, will roll into Kennewick on April 1. The truck is operated by the husband-and-wife team of Maigh and Will Willingham. (Courtesy Bookwalter Winery)

What do you do when you run a restaurant and a winery? Launch a food truck of course

Richland’s Bookwalter Wines is expanding with a food truck focused on the foods of the South and the Pacific Northwest....
Ron Swanby, owner of Swampy’s BBQ Sauce & Eatery, says it’s time for the region’s food truck operators to unite and advocate for their industry. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Food truck owners unite to tackle barriers to growth

Editor's note: Ron Swanby is one of the co-founders of the new Southeastern Washington Food Truck Association, formed to give...
Two new wineries and two food trucks are the Port of Kennewick’s latest tenants in the Columbia Gardens Wine and Artisan Village. (Courtesy Port of Kennewick)

2 wineries, 2 food trucks to open in downtown Kennewick wine village

Two wineries and two food trucks will be the Port of Kennewick’s newest tenants in the Columbia Gardens Wine and...
Hot Tamales food truck owner Paulina Perez serves pork, chicken or veggie tamales at the Food Pointe program, hosted by the Port of Pasco.

Food trucks now offering lunch with a view in east Pasco

By Marilou Shea By the time you read this, The Food Pointe at the Port of Pasco will have launched...

Food trucks play key role in region’s economic development

By Marilou Shea With all the hoopla surrounding the popularity of food trucks you’d think they were just invented. They...
Hot Tamales food truck owner Paulina Perez serves pork, chicken or veggie tamales at the Food Pointe program, hosted by the Port of Pasco.

Food Truck Friday kicks off third season with tasty new options in Pasco

Three new food trucks will join the Food Truck Friday lunch program in downtown Pasco: Hot Tamales, Fast & Curryous...
Fresh Out the Box will open in Marineland Plaza in Kennewick.

Food truck reaching outside box for permanent Kennewick home

By Robin Wojtanik Fresh Out the Box expanding into Marineland Plaza storefront Fresh Out the Box is preparing to serve...
Mobile Vending University

New food truck training classes kick off Jan. 28 in Pasco

Calling all would-be entrepreneurs interested in putting their dreams into motion: Learn how to launch a food truck business in...
Marlando and Stephanie Sparks opened Restoration Market, a Kennewick food hub offering free food to members of the community who need it, at 4000 W. Clearwater Ave., Suite 110, Kennewick. The market provides weekly shopping opportunities in a unique environment for families looking for food assistance, with no documentation required to receive help. (Photo by Robin Wojtanik)

Market aims to restore dignity with free food distribution

There seems to be no coincidence between a family whose last name is “Sparks,” and the way they have set...

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