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2015 graduation season commences in Clark County

Another graduation season is upon us. In the next three weeks, more than 5,000 Clark County high school seniors will take their culminating walk across the stage into a new phase of their lives.

Little-trodden trails open off lower Rogue River

MEDFORD, Ore. — An Ashland-based group has begun clearing overgrown trails within the rugged Wild Rogue Wilderness Area, and a new grant means they can expand their efforts at opening foot access off these Rogue River trails.

U.S. surveillance powers lapse, likely to be restored

WASHINGTON — The National Security Agency lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans' phone records in bulk, after GOP Sen. Rand Paul stood in the way of extending the fiercely contested program in an extraordinary Sunday Senate session.

2015 graduation season commences in Clark County

Another graduation season is upon us. In the next three weeks, more than 5,000 Clark County high school seniors will take their culminating walk across the stage into a new phase of their lives.

Suspect in credit union robbery, stabbing appears in court

A man accused of stabbing a customer at a Vancouver credit union apparently told police that he didn’t intend to hurt anyone. However, he didn’t want to be prevented from leaving because he had just robbed the place.

Photo Galleries

  • Marine field event

  • Parade of Bands

  • Dozer Day preview day

  • Fallen local lawmen honored

  • Therapy dogs visit WSUV

  • Salmon in the Classroom

  • Paddy Hough Parade

  • 18th annual American Red Cross Real Heroes Breakfast

  • John McLoughlin

  • Walk for a Dog

  • Woman shot with stray bullet

  • Seahawks 12th Man Rally

  • Photos of the Week, Jan. 23, 2015

  • Olympia Gun Rights Rally

  • Courtyard Village Apartment fundraiser

Press Talk: The messy race for county chair

Trying to understand the upcoming county chair election is a lot like untangling the wires in Tom Mielke's dorsolateral prefrontal brain.

Stars working for drought awareness

LOS ANGELES — From drought-shaming to eco-boasting, willing or not, celebrities are playing a role in raising awareness about California's debilitating drought.

Flooded rivers don't faze some Houston-area residents

ROSENBERG, Texas — The seemingly ceaseless rain has ended in North Texas and Oklahoma, but residents in the greater Houston area warily eyed the swollen, yet-to-crest Brazos River and the skies, which threatened to drop up to 5 additional inches of rain late Saturday afternoon and evening.

Play it safe on bikes, skateboards

LAKE CITY, Minn. — Learning to ride a bicycle is a part of most childhoods in the U.S. More than 70 percent of children between the ages of 5 and 14 ride bicycles, and 55 percent of those children don't always wear a helmet, according to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. Today in-line skating and skateboarding have also become fixtures for many kids.

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