Action follows noise dispute between Humane Society, neighboring buisness
WASHOUGAL — The managers of a no-kill animal shelter in Washougal received clarity Monday on the city’s stance on where barking dogs are allowed.
Test for manned flight goes awry as craft disappears
Somewhere in Skamania County, an unmanned balloon cluster slipped its high-tech leash Sunday.
Washougal man who was dead for three minutes meets, thanks officers who saved him with an AED
When Jason Dodge woke up in a hospital bed on Mother's Day, it took him several hours to realize he had been there almost a week.
Quay event underscores challenges residents face
Braden Lewallen, 22, wants a job, and he's not shy about it.
Judge sets rules for two tasting events to use the same park
Don't call it "Vancouver Winefest" or "Vancouver Craft Winefest." "Craft Winefest of Vancouver" is the legally acceptable name for a three-day event this month at Esther Short Park.
She crashed car on Interstate 84 near Cascade Locks
In retrospect, Bob Robeck said the reason he sprinted toward the burning car and tirelessly worked to extricate the unconscious female driver was a “selfish” one.
Neighborhoods near tracks have felt positive, negative effects
PORTLAND — Love it or hate it, light rail's tracks are firmly embedded in plans for the Columbia River Crossing. But what will that mean for Vancouver?
Don't tell Darren Smith he can't do something because the 47-year-old's natural response is to do it.
She and 26 others have their heads shaved to help raise funds for research
WASHOUGAL — It was Sammy Mederos Day on Sunday as the 9-year-old cancer survivor had her head shaved in a fundraiser to help find cures for the deadly disease.
Program gives offenders chance to connect, perform, reach out
LARCH CORRECTION CENTER — Bouncing and chanting to the drum’s rhythm, the barefoot, bare-chested dancers in flower-print sarongs are greeted by the audience’s gasps of disbelief, giving way to cheering. “Dancing in front of a group of people isn’t what a lot of us grew up learning how to do,” says Antonio Ruiz, or “Blue” as the other offenders at Larch Corrections Center call him. That didn’t stop Ruiz and about 30 other offenders from putting on an Asian Pacific Islander, or API, program for friends, family and a handful of other Larch inmates.
If all goes well, he'll ascend to 11,000 feet on June 21
Joe Barbera and his team will launch a cluster of three weather balloons and a modest payload Sunday morning from a field next to his house.
UnitedHealthcare, Regence contracts set to end June 30
Thousands of Clark County residents who receive health coverage from Regence or UnitedHealthcare may soon be faced with a tough decision: find a new physician or pay higher out-of-pocket costs.
Vancouver, port leaders urge labor group, terminal operators to end battle
More than three months in, the standoff between union dockworkers and United Grain Corp. at the Port of Vancouver shows no signs of letting up, even as Vancouver political leaders urge both parties to end the bitter battle.
Man reportedly fled during arrest in La Center, was later found asleep in stranger's home
Shane S. Chandra, 18, of Vancouver faces escape and trespass charges for eluding officers and sleeping at strangers' homes in La Center.
Fishing, archery among the activities at free Saturday event
Introductions to a range of family-friendly outdoor activities -- including fishing, disc golf and archery -- will be part of Saturday's Get Outdoors Day at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.