Might-have-beens fly as Clark County's pass on Class-A baseball deal becomes tangible
HILLSBORO, Ore. — When Hillsboro Hops third baseman Jordan Parr ripped a skyward blast out to left field in the second inning of the Hops' home opener, most of the sell-out crowd in attendance rose to their feet.
A Yacolt man appeared Monday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of kidnapping a man Saturday near Orchards Park in a ploy to recover some stolen marijuana.
A disgruntled Camas man confronted a city employee with a gun Monday evening, after the employee left him a note for violating a city code.
City says influence should be in line with share of riders
A proposal to have the city of Vancouver give up one seat on the C-Tran Board of Directors does not sit well with the Vancouver City Council, which, as Mayor Tim Leavitt said Monday, has no intention to cede any of its authority.
Camas man has upgraded skills twice through college
Ken Hill knows how to turn adversity into an opportunity. In the recession-riddled economy, his skill at returning to college to learn new skills has served him well.
Grant-funded bonus of a $5 match helps low-income shoppers make the most of a stop at a local farmers market
A program designed to help stretch the value of food stamps at farmers markets is up and running again this year after a successful 2012 launch.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers next month will begin dredging at the mouth of the Columbia River near Astoria, Ore., part of annual maintenance work that's expected to continue through this fall.
PORTLAND — A federal judge has reopened the dispute over which union workers at the Port of Portland should perform the task of plugging and unplugging refrigerated cargo containers.U.S. District Court Judge Michael Mosman ruled Monday that the National Labor Relations Board overstepped its authority last year when it awarded the work to union electricians instead of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union.
Bomb technicians detonated and disassembled a pipe bomb found in a Hazel Dell park Monday evening.
Author draws on insights from his four decades in private practice
Vancouver clinical psychologist and author Al Bernstein uses humor to deal with pain, knowing there's too much pain and too little humor in many workplaces.
Joe Kortum, who led Southwest Washington Medical Center for eight years and who served as CEO of the Columbia Network of PeaceHealth for two years, announces he will retire
Clark County home sales increased by 8.7 percent in May from a month earlier, according to a report issued Monday.
Agreement ensures Regence members can continue to receive care at hospital
PeaceHealth and Regence have reached an agreement on a new two-year contract.
PORTLAND — Prosecutors have asked a federal judge to delay the sentencing of Mohamed Mohamud, the Somali-American convicted of plotting to bomb a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in Portland's town square in 2010.