C-Tran’s big articulating Vine buses already command attention while they’re rolling down the road, but lately new technology that gives them a head start at intersections has been really turning heads.
Columbia Springs’ sprawling property in east Vancouver offers opportunities to learn about nature and wander through some forested walking trails, but for the uninitiated it might be hard to know where to begin.
Now that the sun has returned to Southwest Washington, locals can shift their attention from staying dry to getting out to the mountains. But anyone looking to climb Mount St. Helens is going to have to wait a while longer.
Winter’s soggy, snowy onslaught made for occasionally nightmarish driving conditions and riddled Clark County’s roads with potholes. Now that the snow is melting in the mountains, officials at the U.S. Forest Service are starting to see their properties didn’t fare much better.
After nearly nine years of analysis, the Bonneville Power Administration has decided to not build the costly and controversial high-voltage transmission line known as the I-5 Corridor Reinforcement Project.
Although the weather wasn’t as nice as during the first half of the week, several people rolled in to get their bike’s cables tightened, chains cleaned and brakes adjusted Thursday at Vancouver City Hall.
With the diligence and attention of a team of midwives, Clark Regional Wastewater District employees helped a sewage pump birth a 100-pound wad of adult flushable wipes, which the district named Reggie.