Stories for October 31, 2009
After two tough years of losses, Clark County’s largest credit union has a new president and CEO at the helm.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 20, EVERGREEN 14 Evergreen 7 0 0 7—14
WOODLAND 41, RIDGEFIELD 14 Woodland 0 14 0 0—00
Are bats really all that scary?
Highway 99’s new vision County, coalition near plan to make Hazel Dell strip more pedestrian-friendly
On Highway 99, a long struggle between auto-friendly business owners and anti-car crusaders could be nearing a truce.
I’m hanging out at Sunrise Bagels sipping a great bowl of chicken noodle soup for three bucks and change.
Christian, Juan T., 61, Vancouver, died Oct. 26, 2009. Brown’s Funeral Home, 360-834-3692. Johnson, Janet L., 58, Coos Bay, Ore., died Oct. 27, 2009. Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel, 360-892-6060.
10-31 death list
Adams, Arvis L.J., 79, Vancouver, died Oct. 27, 2009.
No one was reported seriously injured Friday night when an AMR Northwest ambulance driver ran a red light north of Orchards and hit a 2010 Toyota Rav4.
Vancouver officials on Friday were working to identify a woman’s body that was found in the Columbia River in the Port of Vancouver area, near the old Alcoa substation off Northwest Lower River Road.
Point guards struggle with cold shooting in first two games All the preseason talk about the Portland Trail Blazers’ depth at the point guard position has amounted to little positive action during the team’s first two regular season games.
CAMAS — Forget the final score. Not that Union will want to or Camas will be able to.
Normally, it is the suit that makes the man. But not if you were tennis star Andre Agassi during the early 1990s.
Evergreen, Vancouver districts get biggest share of $108M received so far At least $108 million in federal stimulus dollars — about one-twentieth of 1 percent of the $215 billion spent nationwide — have landed in Clark County so far.
Mountain View scores 20 points in final quarter to win Mountain View wide receiver Andrew White was gone. And so was Evergreen’s season.
Camas does its best to keep Union on its heels until the end CAMAS — They could have folded, these Union Titans.
Today’s schedule (Schedule subject to change)
Kelso 35, battle ground 7 Battle Ground 0 0 0 7— 7
George Poinar reached into his trick-or-treat bag and came up with a horn-headed, five-eyed monster.
HOCKINSON 9, WASHOUGAL 3 Washougal 0 0 0 0 0 3 0—3
skyview 33, heritage 7 Skyview 7 10 3 13—33
Portland Beavers owner Merritt Paulson says he’s suspended negotiations that might have turned his minor league baseball team into the Beaverton Beavers.
Community College Clark Athletics Schedule
Pollard has raised nearly $173,000, while Leavitt counts almost $124,000 Spending in the Vancouver mayor’s race has entered the stratosphere, relatively speaking.
Mayor issues an apology, plan to deal with ‘shortcomings’ The Washougal City Council passed a resolution Friday night expressing its disapproval of Mayor Stacee Sellers’ behavior and lack of effective communication.
Dodge efficiently leads Skyview to outright 4A GSHL crown The Skyview Storm were in no mood to share.
Births PROVIDENCE PORTLAND MEDICAL CENTER