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.
City council split on whether to let temporary moratorium sunset
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.
Yacolt mayor Carothers bests tie-contest veterans to take home prize for best patriotic neckwear
After the county's smallest town made the biggest star-spangled statement, the trophy for the mayors' tie competition will spend a year in Yacolt.
Prosecutors have charged a Woodland man with raping a 28-year-old woman at a local motel earlier this month.
Meeting Ketsy Roeder was much more nerve-wracking than pulling her out of a flaming Toyota Camry on Interstate 84, Bob Robeck said. When the 44-year-old Yacolt resident went to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland to meet the woman he helped save, he found himself shaking.
Embers from a burn pile are being blamed for causing a shop fire in the Sara area Monday evening.
The Lewis River Mobile Food Bank has enlisted lots of partners in its mission to feed hungry people in north Clark County.
This is the last year the Pomeroy Living History Farm will put on the logging shows with methods used in the 1920s. The event was put on by volunteers devoted to keeping alive the logging heritage. The farm is on Lucia Falls Road, south of Yacolt.
If all goes well, he'll ascend to 11,000 feet on June 21
Joe Barbera and his team will launch a cluster of three weather balloons and a modest payload Sunday morning from a field next to his house.
New lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court challenges decision to give land to Cowlitz Tribe
Man reportedly fled during arrest in La Center, was later found asleep in stranger's home
Shane S. Chandra, 18, of Vancouver faces escape and trespass charges for eluding officers and sleeping at strangers' homes in La Center.
He fled as deputy was putting handcuffs on him
A man who eluded police mid-arrest Wednesday morning, fleeing with one wrist handcuffed, was caught sleeping in someone’s home south of La Center hours after police suspended a six-hour search.
A family of five was rescued Saturday after their raft ran into trouble on the East Fork Lewis River, according to Clark County Fire & Rescue.
Woodland Public Schools has announced its sponsorship of the Simplified Summer Food Program for Children, which ensures that students in low-income areas receive meals during the summer.
It wouldn't be a good idea to procrastinate this year on buying local strawberries for jam or preserves.