Program has one year left on five-year federal grant
Four years ago, the wetland below Gaiser Middle School was being choked by invasive plants and garbage carried by stormwater runoff.
Construction crews finished a two-year, $49 million project this week that expanded state Highway 14 in Camas and Washougal.
Starting Wednesday, streets will be closed for the paving of a new double-lane roundabout at the intersection of Northeast 39th Street and Northeast 137th Avenue.
Fire crews are battling a grass fire burning along Interstate 205 south of Mill Plain Boulevard, according to emergency radio traffic monitored at The Columbian.
Customers buy in bulk, package it themselves in exchange for better price
In 2001, a Utah grocery store meat buyer discovered patrons were willing to buy 40-pound boxes of meat and package it themselves in exchange for a better price.
Good catch, increased angling effort is filling catch guideline 10 days earlier than scheduled
Three fewer licensed fireworks stands will operate in Clark County this year compared to last year, part of a statewide downward trend, according to a report issued Tuesday by the Office of the Washington State Fire Marshal.
YAKIMA — A new report condemns Washington state for lax oversight at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site, saying state officials failed to adequately inspect the cleanup there.
Electeds will discuss home rule, vision for better government structure
Two elected officials from two different parties say they will present one direction for Clark County as it prepares to undertake a home rule charter.
Senate drafting its own version of transportation budget
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, issued a statement Tuesday reiterating that the Columbia River Crossing project must meet all of its funding and permitting requirements before it is eligible for federal dollars.
Wash., Ore. officials had requested research
SEATTLE — An official with the Army Corps of Engineers told a Congressional committee Tuesday that the agency doesn’t plan a broad environmental study on exporting coal from the Western United States.
City council split on whether to let temporary moratorium sunset
The Woodland City Council is split on whether to sunset a temporary moratorium on collective marijuana gardens to allow them within specifically zoned areas of the city.
YAKIMA — A federal judge has ruled that a class of more than 650 farm workers should have had information about wages and other job conditions disclosed to them by the company that hired them.
Suspect allegedly brandished a gun
A disgruntled Camas man who confronted a city employee with a gun Monday evening appeared today in Clark County Superior Court.
WASHINGTON — House Republicans on Tuesday make their most concerted effort of the year to change federal abortion law with legislation that would ban almost all abortions after a fetus reaches the age of 20 weeks.