RIDGEFIELD — Lori Volkman's reflections on life as a military spouse were midnight messages that bounced around the blogosphere. Now she can target her audiences. She's still sharing her perspectives as a Navy reservist's wife, but now Volkman wants to influence as well as to entertain and empathize.
National Park Service archaeologist Doug Wilson will discuss how the 1800s fur trade affected local waterways in a presentation at 7:15 p.m. Thursday, March 20, at the Old Liberty Theater, 113 N. Main Ave.
Three or more members of the board of directors of Evergreen Public Schools plan to attend the National Board Certified Teachers' reception at 4:30 p.m. today at Cascade Middle School, 13900 N.E. 18th St.
The board of trustees at Clark College will meet in a special executive study session from 4:45 to 5 p.m. today in Penguin Union Building Room 258C to review the performance of a public employee. No action will be taken.
Pedro "Junior" Godinez Jr. not only planned to murder Freddie Landstrom in November 2012 near Vancouver Lake, he attempted to carry out the plan with "deliberate cruelty" and then showed a lack of remorse for the crime, a Clark County prosecutor argued Tuesday.
When it rains it pours! That was the case Monday with widely scattered showers, some of which were frog stranglers. I mean heavy. There were some reports of hail with the showers and a clap of thunder was reported in the foothills.