They say, "Don't work with children or animals," but the Rev. John Bishop does both. Dec. 17 through 20, Bishop and his Living Hope Church will once again host Curly the Camel and Danny the Donkey for their fifth annual Living Nativity production.
A New Jersey-based company with Clark County connections on Thursday announced plans to build a new manufacturing facility in Pennsylvania so it can make more gummy vitamins, in high demand among today's consumers.
It took its time coming but when it did, wow! Wednesday was cold, very cold indeed. Vancouver dipped to 19 degrees, breaking the record of 21 degrees set in 1919. As the clock struck midnight Tuesday, Vancouver had already dropped to 22 degrees, tying the record of 22 degrees in 1919. It is possible at the time of my writing that by midnight Wednesday it dropped below 19 degrees, setting the record low lower. Unlikely, but maybe, since we were at a lower temperature at sunset than on Tuesday.