About 50 people gathered at the downtown Vancouver Community Library on Thursday evening to review and respond to new data on the needs of local low-income families. The Low-Income Needs Survey is done every three years and is a requirement of the Community Services Block Grant Act.
When Clark County’s Center for Community Health opened in 2005, it was meant to be a one-stop shop for the county’s most vulnerable residents — where they could access substance abuse treatment, as well as mental health and other services from local social service nonprofits and government agencies.
A Woodland motorcycle rider was hospitalized after trying to pass between two vehicles on his bike, causing a three-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 north of Woodland Sunday afternoon, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Winter’s soggy, snowy onslaught made for occasionally nightmarish driving conditions and riddled Clark County’s roads with potholes. Now that the snow is melting in the mountains, officials at the U.S. Forest Service are starting to see their properties didn’t fare much better.
Saturday was like a typical day in June in terms of weather with morning clouds and afternoon clearing. Today through Tuesday, however, will feel more like a day in July. Yep, winter weather lingering all spring, then a quick flash of spring and now off to summer. Crazy weather.