Hazel Dell Parade of Bands goes up, up and away with superhero theme for Saturday event
When it comes to defining a superhero, Batman and Superman certainly both fit the bill — but to many people, so do firefighters, nurses, soldiers, police officers and other first responders.
Event organizer’s children provide ideas, assistance for kids event with construction equipment
Ranee Nutter relies on some expert help as she plans the kids construction playground that is Dozer Day. Each year, her two children — Jerry, 16, and Sammi, 13 — help her create new attractions at the two-day event, she said.
It will close branch, move staff to ex-West Coast Bank site
Columbia Bank will consolidate its two downtown Vancouver branches into one office in late summer, the bank's CEO said after a bank-sponsored forecast breakfast event on Thursday.
A $4 million improvement project will close the intersection of Northeast 119th Street and Northeast 50th Avenue for several months starting next week, according to the Clark County Public Works department.
Officers, relatives reflect on deaths in the line of duty
Many wearing black mourning bands attached diagonally over their badges, area law enforcement officers gathered Thursday to honor fellow officers who have died in the line of duty.
A rape investigation by the Vancouver Police Department led to the arrest Thursday of two men by members of the Southwest Washington Regional SWAT Team.
She weighed just 15 ounces when born in December
When Harley was born prematurely on Dec. 20, she weighed just 15 ounces. She measured 10 inches. Her tiny arm was shorter than an adult's pinky. Her foot wasn't much bigger than a quarter.
State and national health officials have begun the annual tracking and monitoring season of West Nile virus, and the state Department of Health launched an online dead bird reporting system for residents. Dead birds can signal that West Nile virus is circulating in a community.
The Washington State Patrol will test people applying to be troopers at 7:30 a.m. Saturday at the agency's Southwest Washington headquarters, 11018 N.E. 51st St.
Scott Patterson, C-Tran's director of development and public affairs, has been hired as the next executive director of the Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments.
The board of directors of Battle Ground Public Schools will hold a special meeting Saturday in the main office conference room at Battle Ground High School, 300 W. Main St.
PORTLAND (AP) — Kaiser Permanente Northwest is apologizing to nearly 6,500 members in Oregon and Washington whose blood was tested for HIV without their knowledge or consent.
SWAT team members arrested three Clark County men on suspicion of second-degree felony assault and racially motivated malicious harassment in connection with a disturbance at a Vancouver bar.
Agency will receive pass-through funding, Commissioner Madore will get a seat on its board
Two months after the split between the Columbia River Economic Development Council and Clark County appeared permanent, the two sides say they will give it another go.
Congresswoman hopes Afghan women can maintain the progress they've made after U.S. withdraws
Humanitarianism, women’s rights and military sexual assault were all topics discussed on Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler’s trip to Afghanistan over the weekend.