Between March and October, Kristen and Keone Ah Yek and their children have the same weekend routine: wake up early to head down to the Vancouver Farmers Market, where they make and sell an assortment of food at their family-run booth, Kristen's Sweet Delights.
PubTalk event based on television show
Most of us indulge in impulse buying on occasion, perhaps choosing a smartphone that has more dazzle than functionality, or a sporty car that's fun but doesn't quite fit the family's needs or budget.
Volunteers needed for national goalball championship games
You wouldn’t think of a blind person who kicked your butt in sports competition primarily as blind. You’d think of that person as the winner who kicked your butt.
Damage estimated at $50,000
A grease that started on a kitchen stove spread into an attic, causing significant damage to an east Vancouver home around 3 p.m. today.
A black bear died of serious head injuries after colliding with a Honda Civic on Interstate 205 Wednesday afternoon.
Snohomish County model would work best, officials say
Two Clark County officials behind a "Team ClarkForward" movement revealed their plan today, suggesting a reorganized county government based closely on Snohomish County.
Southbound Interstate 5 is closed at the Rose Quarter exit after a counterweight fell off of a truck.
Caroline Heldman will replace Byron Pitts
Byron Pitts, ABC News anchor and chief national correspondent, cancelled his keynote address at Clark College Commencement. Pitts has been called to an emergency assignment and is unable to attend the Thursday ceremony.
National Park Service Ranger Luda Leksunkin will offer a bilingual lecture Saturday to celebrate the 76th anniversary of the record-setting Chkalov flight.
The Fort Vancouver National Trust is seeking 300 volunteers to help out during Vancouver's July 4 celebration.
From Rose Village to La Center, events have gained popularity in Clark County
Rose Village's first neighborhood yard sale on June 8 gave people a chance to clear out unneeded items, raise money for good causes and share some neighborly pride.
Births, marriage dissolutions, marriage licenses, court sentencings
Camas Meadows -- This year's annual invitational golf tournament held by the local Brigham Young University Alumni Association was a fundraiser for Called to Rescue, a Vancouver-based nonprofit organization that rescues children from sex trafficking, violence and abuse. The event was held May 30 at Camas Meadows Golf Club and there were approximately 100 golfers, netting about $6,000 for Called to Rescue. Participants and planners included folks from Crossroads Church, King's Church, Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department, Evergreen Public Schools, Seventh Day Adventist Church, Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and many individuals who just wanted to help. A speech was given by Called to Rescue founder Dr. Cyndi Romine.
Camas — A team of Union High School students impressed judges in the Imagine Tomorrow problem-solving competition held May 17-19, winning first place for designing a device that can control and track energy use at home. The annual Washington State University competition asks high school students to design technology plans based around renewable energy. The Union High School team, with guidance from adviser Adam Schmierer, won first place in the technology challenge, one of four categories in the competition. Each member won $1,000, while $5,000 was given to their school. Other winning Clark County schools include: Hudson's Bay High School, second place in "Technology"; Camas High School, third place in "Behavior" and fourth place in "Biofuels"; Vancouver iTech Preparatory, "Best Project from a Newly Competing School."
Ridgefield — Ridgefield High School's "Spudder Olympics" on May 31 added some silliness to the standard end-of-the-school-year festivities. The graduating class of 2013 and others celebrated the beginning of summer with wacky events that included Human Bowling and Competitive Food Eating. More than 150 students and a handful of teachers took part in the yearly event, which culminated in a championship tug of war competition. "The leadership class always impresses me with their ability to organize complex events like the Spudder Olympics," said leadership teacher Kim Allais in a press release.