Most read stories on Columbian.com, week of August 14

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Top 5 most read stories on Columbian.com last week:

No. 1) UPDATE: Driver arrested in connection with fatal head-on crash

Tyler G. Peabody, 20, of Woodland was released Wednesday from PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center and booked on suspicion of one count of vehicular homicide and two counts of vehicular assault, according to a CCSO bulletin.

photoCondit Dam has blocked passage of salmon and steelhead on the White Salmon River since 1913. This view of the dam’s face is from atop the flow line that carries water to the powerhouse a mile downstream.

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No. 2) Battered bicyclist recovering

Don Becker and his wife, Linda, recount their experiences after an accident during this year’s Seattle to Portland bicycle race left him with 18 of his 24 ribs broken, a collapsed lung, and a fractured shoulder. He is still recovering.

No. 3) UPDATE: Vancouver man killed, 3 seriously injured in collision in far-north Clark County

A 77-year-old Vancouver man was killed and three others were seriously injured on Tuesday evening after a head-on collision on Northeast Hayes Road in far-north Clark County along the North Fork of the ­Lewis River.

No. 4) Crews prepare to let White Salmon River run again

After a dozen years of planning, the White Salmon River, dammed 3.3 miles upstream from its confluence with the Columbia River​ since 1913, is on its way to becoming a free-flowing river again.

No. 5) Police respond to alleged drunk driver near downtown Burgerville

Vancouver police on Thursday morning responded to reports of an alleged drunk driver near the Burgerville at 307 E. Mill Plain Blvd., according to dispatchers.