Members of the board of directors of Vancouver Public Schools will attend a Design II Goal Area Teams meeting from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Robert C. Bates Center for Educational Leadership, 2921 Falk Road. No formal action will take place.
Hazel Dell — A Vancouver woman won $50,000 on a Washington Lottery scratch-off game and says she plans to spend part of the money on her family, a Disneyland trip and laptops for her grandchildren. Frances Delaplaine bought her winning ticket while shopping with her husband on March 22 at a local 7-Eleven. She told lottery officials that she plays lottery games three to five times a week but has only ever won small amounts until now.
Planet Fitness will open its second Vancouver location on Friday at 9919 N.E. Hazel Dell Ave. in the Northgate Village Shopping Center, next to Grocery Outlet. The company’s first Clark County gym opened in 2011 in the Garrison Square retail center off East Mill Plain Boulevard and Garrison Road.
A prosecutor says a 15-year-old boy accused of threatening to kill students at Skyview High School may face additional charges after new information over the weekend revealed the boy searched for "how to commit mass murder" on the Internet.
Darcy Rourk has been hired as executive director of human resources for Vancouver Public Schools. Her annual salary is $130,622. She will begin her new position April 21, filling a vacancy created when Missy Hallead, former assistant superintendent of human resources, took a new job out of state. The board of directors approved her appointment at the March 25 school board meeting.