The Nonprofit Revenue Review used 990 tax forms filed between 2012 and 2014 to analyze revenues among 119 Clark County nonprofits earning $250,000 or more.
Administrative law judge addresses a letter sent from Port of Vancouver CEO Todd Coleman to Gov. Jay Inslee.
Addendum to Vancouver Superintendent Steve Webb's 2015-2018 contract with Vancouver Public Schools.
A copy of the sample ballot voters will cast on Aug. 4, 2015.
Port CEO Todd Coleman asks Gov. Jay Inslee to direct EFSEC to provide a review process schedule.
In a sharply-worded letter, Tesoro Corp. and Savage Cos., operating as Vancouver Energy, accuse the state Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council of lacking transparency and accountability.
EFSEC responds to Vancouver Energy's earlier letter, saying the companies’ initial study of the oil terminal’s impacts and risks was subpar and in need of a “major rewrite.”
A copy of the judge's ruling on the recall petition regarding Port of Vancouver Commissioner Brian Wolfe
A motion for summary judgment filed by plaintiffs accusing the Port of Vancouver of violating the state's open public meetings law in approving the oil terminal lease.
In a letter, District IV administrators request clarification from the WIAA on what constitutes recruiting in high school athletics.
The Clark County Juvenile Detention Officer's Guild held a no confidence vote against Juvenile Court Administrator Pat Escamilla and his management team.
C-Tran has moved for the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging its bus rapid transit project in Vancouver.
The official document from WIAA District 4 on which rule was violated by Camas football coach Jon Eagle and what sanctions were levied.
Here is the letter from Camas athletic director Rory Oster self-reporting the actions that led to football coach Jon Eagle's suspension. It provides more detail into the incident.