City council split on whether to sunset temporary moratorium
The Woodland City Council is split on whether to sunset a temporary moratorium on collective marijuana gardens to allow them within specifically zoned areas of the city.
Suspect allegedly brandished a gun
A disgruntled Camas man who confronted a city employee with a gun Monday evening appeared today in Clark County Superior Court.
He is fourth top official to announce plans to leave in past two months
Jim Dickman accepts job with Pierce County
Students were making candles at Camas school
Dorothy Fox Elementary School in Camas was evacuated briefly this morning after smoke caused the fire alarm to go off in a portable classroom.
The weekend turned out pleasant and Monday's weather wasn't bad either. That upper-level low is still offshore and will head our way triggering scattered thundershowers, showers and perhaps some steady light rain. Unstable conditions and cooler conditions will persist through Thursday; nothing else new to add to the mix.
Marriage dissolutions and court sentencings
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 California woman who bilked a Vancouver technology start-up business owner and his lender out of $2 million in an advance-fee scheme was sentenced Monday in federal court in Portland to 41 months in prison.
Vancouver police arrested a Vancouver man whom police suspected of prowling in the Central Park area Sunday night.
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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