HOOD RIVER, Ore. — Standing in a packed office, Glenn Lamb looked around the room. The Columbia Land Trust executive director began rattling off a loyal roster of supporters looking back at him.
Dave's Killer Magic Shop a haven for local magicians to perfect their craft and pass it on to others
The smirking store owner behind the counter was curiously calm for someone whose wallet had suddenly burst into flames.
People at conference in Vancouver heard that message, then saw how it plays out here
A long-vacant lot near Esther Short Park is a place of pride for downtown Vancouver boosters.
The Arc of Southwest Washington will host developmental disability expert David Pitonyak, Ph.D., on the evening of May 30 at Vancouver City Hall.
The Columbian will publish information about high school graduations in Clark County.
Not that I was sweating it too much early Saturday morning, but as the gray skies began to release a little light rain, I paid attention. As 10 a.m. rolled around -- just 30 minutes before parade time in Hazel Dell -- there was still some light drizzle.
Council candidate: Jerome Nye is running for Vancouver City Council position No. 2 against Councilor Jeanne Stewart. Nye's name was incorrect in a list on Page A2 Saturday.
The Columbian won 26 awards, including second place for general excellence, for its staffers' work in 2012 in a five-state competition organized by the Society of Professional Journalists.
New members, new structure intended to make group more stable
The Vancouver Farmers Market on Thursday appointed a couple of new board members, elected interim officers, worked out a procedure to vet additional board members and reviewed a draft of proposed bylaws changes.
Children were moved; where and how they are now is a matter of debate
New Vision Programs, a chain of foster homes for troubled children in Vancouver and Lacey as well as Clackamas and Milwaukie, Ore., has sued the state Department of Social and Health Services for pulling its kids out of its facilities without proper notice or explanation.
At Saturday's 49th annual Hazel Dell Parade of Bands, 120 entries and 23 middle- and high school bands paraded down Northeast Hazel Dell Avenue and up Northeast Highway 99.
The fire was reported at 4:53 p.m. to a house at 13822 S.E. 36th St. Units arriving on scene from Vancouver Fire Department Station 9 reported flames coming from the house’s garage.
Welcoming steelhead is a new challenge for volunteer gardening organization
Motorists, particularly those who fish, may do a double-take as they drive north through Vancouver on Interstate 5. Volunteer gardeners planted a large steelhead trout Saturday morning in the "Welcome to Washington" sign, and it looks to be the state's biggest catch yet.
A Vancouver woman was injured Saturday in a single-car accident on the state Highway 14 ramp to northbound Interstate 205, the WSP reported.
A driver from Amboy ran a red light Friday night on Highway 503 in Battle Ground, causing a three-car collision, officials said.