Falcons will face Kamiakin for championship Saturday
Nicole O’Haver, who rolled her ankle and was hit in the helmet with a thrown ball in Prairie’s two wins Friday, delivered the game-winning hit in the bottom of the seventh on Saturday, sending the Falcons in the Class 3A state championship softball game with a 10-9 win over University of Spokane.
2.5-magnitude temblor struck at 9:40 a.m.
A small earthquake rattled northeast Clark County on Saturday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There were no reports of damage.
Fisher invests itself in Camas;Kaiser's HIV testing forgets key step
Cheers: To local investment by Fisher Investments. The company's owner and CEO, Ken Fisher, confirmed this week that he'll construct a second office building on his budding corporate campus in Camas. The $17 million he'll spend on the structure will bring Fisher's total investment here to $47 million.The five-story building will be large enough to accommodate 700 workers. Fisher already employs 445 in Camas and has room for 150 more in its current building, so the second structure suggests employment may top 1,000 here in a few years. That would vault Fisher toward the top of the list of private employers. Because Fisher is a financial services firm, many of its employees are highly educated and earn a good living, so the jobs will have an above-average economic impact.
There are various reasons you might not care about the Obama administration's spying on journalist James Rosen and labeling him an "aider and abettor and/or co-conspirator" in an espionage case. Liberals may not be particularly bothered because the targeted journalist works for Fox News. Conservatives may not be concerned because of their antipathy toward the news media generally. And the general public certainly doesn't have much patience for journalists' whining.
Honesty, for so many of us, is an elusive thing.
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Building permits over $25,000 issued by the city of Vancouver for May 6-17
The collapse of an interstate highway bridge in Washington state brings new attention to the limits of the country's infrastructure, especially older structures that were designed with little room for error and were never intended to carry the number of cars and trucks they see today.
A registered sex offender who poses a risk to re-offend has recently registered as homeless in the Vancouver area, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Out-of-state students, many from California, will be 17% of freshman class
SEATTLE (AP) — The University of Washington says it received more freshmen applications than ever before, and even though the university plans to enroll 150 more Washington students this fall, it was still more difficult to get into UW this year compared to last.
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