Clark County council grants CREDC access to funds

The Clark County council closed a week of political drama Wednesday by unanimously granting the Columbia River Economic Development Council its Associate Development Organization status.

Double police shooting in Washington again draws protest

OLYMPIA — Hours after investigators interviewed the Olympia police officer who wounded two men suspected of trying to steal beer, about 100 people demonstrated Tuesday evening outside the Olympia City Hall in response to the recent shooting.

Camas takes appeal of Eagle suspension to next level

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association confirmed Tuesday that Camas High School officials will continue their appeal of penalties levied against the school's football program for a recruiting violation.

Vancouver Heritage Bonds a hot buy

Whether they're eager to participate in preserving local history or just want to take advantage of high interest rates, Clark County residents are snapping up Vancouver Heritage Bonds like crazy.


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All Politics is Local

Rolling the dice for Vancouver mayor

In November, Vancouver voters will consider a ballot measure that would require mid-term City Council

All Politics is Local

Benton weighs in on Benton

I have a thousand questions for and about Mary Benton after she announced her candidacy

Special Sections

Welcome to Portrait

Every year The Columbian takes the opportunity to share portraits of some of the people who make Clark County such a special place to live, work, learn and play. In this year's edition, we highlight small business owners, a cancer survivor and many volunteers and experts who have left an impact on their chosen field or the community as a whole.


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