Total Wine & More, the nation's biggest chain, opens today near Vancouver mall
Another large liquor store chain — the nation's biggest — has arrived in Vancouver to cash in locally on the state's newly privatized market for selling hard liquor.
Retiree plucks them from trees after they get stuck
Perched more than 30 feet high in a red maple tree, Tom Croley lowers a squirming canvas bag down a rope to the safety of Jake Bennett's arms.
37 white-tail deer adjust to new life at Ridgefield wildlife refuge
RIDGEFIELD — More than a month after an elaborate multi-agency operation moved some three dozen endangered Columbian white-tailed deer to protected habitat in Clark County, the animals are adapting to their new surroundings.
Crowd of about 100 denounce recent actions, but some supporters heard, too
A crowd of about 100 people attend this morning's Clark County commissioners meeting, with many apparently wanting to talk more about the appointment of state Sen. Don Benton to be the county's environmental services director.
Board criticized for terminating executive director
WASHOUGAL — The West Columbia Gorge Humane Society is at a crossroad.
Police seek those responsible for vandalizing tribute to women who worked in shipyards
Someone has beheaded "Wendy Rose."
List of 93 questions will begin the discussion of bridge, light-rail funding
The C-Tran Board of Directors will meet face-to-face Tuesday with Columbia River Crossing officials as the transit agency approaches a major decision point on its role in the controversial megaproject.
Candidates have until 5 p.m. Friday to file for office
Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt files for re-election Monday, joined by Washougal Mayor Sean Guard and Ridgefield Mayor Ron Onslow
Vancouver woman vows disease, cancer won't keep her from helping others
A neurologist diagnosed Vancouver resident Helen Ramatowski with Parkinson's disease in January 2011. She had diagnosed herself months earlier.
Main focus will be on food; cardroom will re-open later
WOODLAND — The new owners of the Oak Tree Restaurant are anteing up in an attempt to revive the once-thriving Woodland institution.
Lawmakers open special session Monday
As legislators face a decision on whether to commit $450 million this year toward the Columbia River Crossing project, lobbying and advertising efforts have increased ahead of a special legislative session that begins today.
No progress has been reported in weeks since session
OLYMPIA — Washington lawmakers return to the Capitol on Monday to finish their work on a two-year state budget, but with no deal reached during their two-week interim, the special legislative session could take its full allotted 30 days, if not longer.
Close your eyes. Cover your ears. Breathe in.
Is there any better Mother's Day gift than a cap and gown?
Those who want to rein in county commissioners also consider home rule
An overflow crowd spilled from a union hall in Vancouver's Fruit Valley neighborhood as hundreds gathered to discuss recall and other options against Clark County Commissioners David Madore and Tom Mielke.